Private robert mactier vc

2020-02-18 19:54

Help build Private Robert Mactier VC's WW1 digital memorial by adding facts from military records and other evidence, uploading images and adding your stories Search Life Stories Search. Life Stories Records Communities More. HistoryTHE story of Robert Mactier. Private Robert (Bob) Mactier VC enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces on 12th April 1917 in Seymour, Victoria at the age of 26 and 9 months. He was allocated to private robert mactier vc

The garden commemorates Private Robert Mactier who posthumously received the Victoria Cross for his actions during World War One. Robert Mactier was born in Tatura. The operation for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross took place during the Mont St Quentin campaign, on the night of

hemmonacu, france. the grave of 6939 private robert mactier vc ( ), 23rd battalion aif. private mactier was awarded the victoria cross posthumously for conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty. Mr GEPP I was delighted to be invited to attend the 100th anniversary plaque unveiling ceremony for Private Robert Mactier, VC, in Tatura on the weekend. The exploits of Private Mactier are wellknown throughout the community.private robert mactier vc Robert Mactier, VC (from the Australian Dictionary of Biography (adb. anu. edu. au)) Robert (Bob) Mactier ( ), soldier and farmer, was born on 17 May 1890 at Tatura, Victoria, son of Scottishborn Robert Mactier, farmer, and his Victorian wife Christina, ne Ross.

Private Robert Mactier posthumously received the Victoria Cross (VC) the highest honour for duty for his actions on 1 September 1918. Born on 17 May 1890 in Tatura, Victoria, he enlisted in the AIF in March 1917, and served with the 23rd Battalion, 6th Brigade, 2nd Division. private robert mactier vc 6939, Private Robert Mactier VC. 23rd Battalion. Awarded Victoria Cross 23rd May 1919 For most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty on the morning of the 1st September, 1918, during the attack on the village of Mt. St. Quentin. Robert Mactier VC Memorial Garden. Photographs supplied by Kent Watson Sandra Brown. The garden commemorates Private Robert Mactier who posthumously received the Victoria Cross for his actions during World War One. Robert Mactier was born in Tatura. Robert Bob McTier ( ) was born on 17th May 1890 at Tatura, Victoria, son of Scottishborn Robert Mactier, farmer, and his Victorian wife Christina, ne Ross. Two similar posts could be seen further on. An attack on the first position failed and Private Mactier, his company's runner, was sent to investigate. Robert MacTier Robert Mactier ( ) was born at Tatura, Victoria, and worked on his parents' property. Enlisting in March 1917, he joined his battalion on the Western Front in late 1917.

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