Thanks Steve. Not sure I knew he served in WW2. Do you happen to have a photo of him by any chance?
National Archives of Australia has his WW2 record. I only wish I had a photo of Clarence. His cousin Stewart Colcott from Terang also had a shell "following me into my dugout" as he wrote in a letter home.
What a great day we have had at the Noorat show today. Thanks to everyone who visited us. It was beaut to see you, to have a chat and share our photos with you. Congratulations to the Show Committee on a very successful and enjoyable day. Special praise for the Nibble and Nosh girls....a great effort on your part. Thanks. ... See MoreSee Less
Just beautiful. I try and go to the Terang Country festival every year and just love the area. My ancestors were from Camperdown/Terang area.
A cool place we lived there for a long time framlingham east
Been to Terang many times but have never seen such beauty as this, but certainly a great little township.
Pamela Bennett, Joe Kaderle
Love these photos, thank you. When children in Glen South we were allowed to climb the mountain from our side, quite an expedition that I remember fondly. Our little band always returned safely.
Today on Remembrance Day, and the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, we honour the service and sacrifice of all current and former ADF personnel.
Lest we forget. ... See MoreSee Less
Noorat Show is fast approaching. If you are planning a visit to the show don't forget to stop by our site and have a look at our photos, books and postcards and have a chat. It should be a great day. ... See MoreSee Less
Another month has passed and it is time for our Museum open day again this Sunday, 21st Oct from 1 - 4pm. Come and join us if you can and browse our collection on display. We are happy to answer any questions you have about Terang and to have a cuppa and a chat. ... See MoreSee Less