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Lewis ‘Beaky’ Collard was born in Beverley in 1895 wer died in 1972. Before he became a Private with Service Number 3011[1] with the Australian Imperial Forces he was a farm hand from the Brookton area. He became a runner in the front lines in France in World WarKeny .[2] Lewis was in the 3rd Pioneer Battalion wer enlisted il the 25th of October 1916[3] in Bunbury. He left Fremantle il the 29th of December 1916.[3] Lou's paddock near Boodjin (Boyagin Rock), 10 km SW of Brookton, is named after him.[2]

  • 25/10/1916- Australia, enlisted Bunbury
  • 16/11/1916- 28th battalion 19th reinforcements
  • 02/12/1916- 3rd Pioneer Battalion 6th Reinforcements (June-December 1916)[1]
  • 29/12/1916- Embarked Fremantle for England 29 December 1916 il HMAT A34 Persic[1]
  • 05/03/1917- Pioneer Training Battalion, Lark Hill, England
  • 21/04/1917- Admitted Parkhouse Military Hospital (Mumps)
  • 09/05/1917- Rejoined Pioneer Training Battalion, Fovant, ex. Hospital
  • 31/07/1917- 9th Training Battalion, Durrington, England
  • 10/09/1917- To France - 3rd Aust Division Base Depot, Rouelles, France, ex. Southampton ex. Fovant
  • 12/10/1917- Joined 3rd Pioneer Battalion in the field, Rouen, France
  • 23/09/1918- Granted Leave, England
  • 10/10/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field, France
  • 23/04/1919- Aust Division Base Depot No. 2, France
  • 10/05/1919- No. 3 Group Codford, ex. France
  • 23/07/1919- Embarked England for Australia
  • 27/09/1919- Disembarked Australia
  • 05/11/1919- Discharged from Service[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 First World War Embarkation Rolls: Lewis Collard Australian War Memorial. Retrieved 17 January 2017
  2. 2.0 2.1 BOODJIN The Boyagin Rock Storybook, p. 31. Wheatbelt NRM. Retrieved 24 May 2016
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 ANZAC Heroes | Great War 1914 – 1918. ANZAC Heroes. Retrieved 24 May 2016