1. Memorial:Beach Cemetery, ANZACSp. Mem. 2.
2. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.123
3. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour37D GQS

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Early Life :

Born on Curragh Camp, Kildare, Ireland, the son on John and Frances. He married December 1908, at Karachi.

Service Life:


Unit / Ship / Est.: Supply and Transport Corps 

Action : Gallipoli 

The Gallipoli Campaign was fought on the Gallipoli peninsula 25th April 1915 to 9th January 1916. in a failed attempt to defeat Turkey by seizing the Dardanelles and capturing Istanbul. Ill-conceived and planned, the initial effort by the Royal Navy failed to force passage through the Dardanelles by sea power alone. It was then realised that a land force was needed to support the project by suppressing the Turkish mobile artillery batteries. By the time all was ready the Turks were well aware and well prepared. Despite amazing heroics on the day of the landings only minor beachheads were achieved and over the succeeding 8 months little progress was made. Eventually the beachheads were evacuated in a series of successful ruses.

Despite Gallipoli rightly becoming a national source of pride to Australians and New Zealanders, far more British casualties were sustained, and these days the substantial French contribution is almost forgotten.

Staff Sergeant, Mian Meer (1904).

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : St John the Evangelist No. 1483 E.C.Pakistan
Joined : Quetta No. 2333 E.C. Pakistan
Joined : Mooltan No. 1307 E.C. Bengal

20th April 1904
20th July 1904
16th August 1904

He was a joining member of Mooltan in 1908 and resigned 30th June 1911, probably on posting having joined Quetta Lodge on the 19th of the same month.

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