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Williams, Edward Homer (1885–1915)

by Colin Choat

Edward Homer Williams (1885-1915), was the eldest son of Allan Williams (d.1931) and Harriot Williams (nee Homer) and brother of Edith Williams, Allan Crowther Williams (1889-1976), Elsie Williams, and Henry Stuart Homer Williams (1892-1918). He was living at Burrenbring station, near Nebo, Queensland, owned by his parents, when he volunteered for service in World War I. He was the first volunteer in the district and in late 1814 the unmarried Williams went to Cairo and then to Gallipoli as a member of the 5th Light Horse Regiment. He was killed in action at Gallipoli on 28 June, 1915.

Original publication

  • unpublished, 2011

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Colin Choat, 'Williams, Edward Homer (1885–1915)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 29 May 2020.

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