Private Joesph Alexander Dunn embarked with the main body on the 16 October 1914, He was wounded in Gallipoli. He died in France on the 30 September 1916.
- On 15 September 1916 Dave was transferred to D Company. Five days later during a lull in fighting Dave was shot in the back by German sniper whilst he was repairing defences
- He was treated by No 2 Field Ambulance, but continued to deteriorate and 6 days later was admitted to St John's Ambulance Hospital where he lived for another 12 days.
Private Thomas Crawford was a motor mechanic before he enlisted. He embarked on the 7 December 1916 on the Port Lyttelton. He was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium on the 4 October 1917. The Battle of Broodseinde took place on this day and is most likely where Private Crawford was killed.
Private Monty Ingram in his war diary gives a very vivid and first hand account of the battle. His last words in his diary on his account of the 4 October 1917 are:
'Such was the day and night of October 4th 1917. Never shall they be forgotten.