Patrick Kendall Barton QUINN (1894-19..)

9th Infantry Brigade AIF

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Lieutenant: 728 Patrick Kendall Barton QUINN.


Born: 18th May 1894. Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia. Birth Cert:

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Wife: Charlotte Helen Quinn. nee:.

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INFORMATION

Rabaul Garrison

Outdoor group portrait of officers of the Rabaul Garrison of the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force. All except two went on to serve overseas with the AIF. Identified from left to right, back row: Lieutenant (Lt) Harold Woodford Johnson (later promoted Major and awarded Military Cross); Lt John Malbon Maughan (later promoted Major and awarded Distinguished Service Order); Lt Ivan Brunker Sherbon (later promoted Captain, awarded Military Cross, killed in action in France on 14 November 1916); Lt Victor Horatio Buller Sampson (later promoted Major and killed in action in France on 19 July 1916); Lt John Ellesmere Westgarth (later promoted Major in the Light Horse); Lt Patrick Kendall Barton Quinn (served as Lieutenant in 35th Battalion); Lt Alan Forbes Anderson (later promoted Major and Mentioned in Despatches); Lt John Ambrose McDOWELL (later promoted Major and Mentioned in Despatches); Lt Robert Partridge (appointment terminated 4 March 1915); Lt Rupert Markham Sadler (later promoted Lieutenant Colonel, awarded Military Cross, Distinguished Service Order, Mentioned in Despatches, also served in the Second World War); Lt Herbert Leslie Bruce (later promoted Major and awarded Military Cross); and Lt William Charles Meredith Penly (later Lieutenant in 55th Battalion). Front row: Lt Lionel Babington Ravencroft; Major Alexander Windeyer Ralston (later promoted Lieutenant Colonel, awarded Distinguished Service Order, Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George and Mentioned in Despatches on three occasions); Lieutenant Colonel John Paton (later Temporary Brigadier General and awarded Order of St Stanislas - 2nd Class (with swords) (Russia) and Mentioned in Despatches on two occasions); Captain (Capt) Sydney Percival Goodsell (later promoted Major and awarded Croix de Guerre (France) and Mentioned in Despatches); and Capt Charles Edye Manning ( later promoted Major, Mentioned in Despatches and killed in action in France on 7 August 1916).

(photo Australian War Memorial H15065)

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Family Information

Patrick was a married 23 year old Clerk from "Villa Maria" Garland Road Narramburm, N.S.W. upon enlistment.

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