This project is for those who have WikiTree profiles of Australians and New Zealanders who were Anzacs and to honour their service. We shall remember them.
The main aims are to grow the trees of these Anzacs and learn more about their subsequent lives.
Anzac stands for Australia New Zealand Army Corps, which started in WWI and the landing at Gallipoli Cove where over 10,000 Anzacs were killed. Anzac Day in Australia and New Zealand is on the 25th of April, the day of the landing at Gallipoli, and is probably Australia and New Zealand's most important national occasion. Anzac Day is now for all Australian and New Zealand Military Personnel from all wars.
How To Join
- Leaders: Terry Wright and Irene Dillon.
- Coordinators: Damian Larcombe
- Answer our G2G welcome post to join the Anzacs project and get a badge.
- Add anzacs to your followed tags.
- We use Military and War Google Community (Please include your WikiTree ID when requesting to join) for communication.
- Anzacs Project Member List.
- Here is what our members are working on.
You may also want to
- Add military_and_war to your followed tags
- Check out the main project page for all guidelines related to the project.
- Add the line [[Category:Anzacs Project]] to the text area of your profile page. This will add you to the list of participants on the category page.
- Add your name to the list below, along with a note about what you're working on in this project right now.
Anzac of the week
Beside your name below, please keep track of what you're currently working on for this project. This is both for your own reference, and to aid collaboration amongst the project participants. If you are going to be temporarily inactive in the project (eg. on vacation), please note that here. Thanks!
- John Walker - Entering data of tree relatives that have military records and currently working out how to cite naa records.
- John Andrewartha - My Anzac cousin Betty Jeffrey OAM and other members, together with any Anzac profile, and connect them with their records on the RSL Virtual Site - example of Betty
- Liz Newport - Currently adding names to extended family
- Terry Wright - Currently adding information on some of my WW11 Diggers
- Peter Knowles - Currently reviewing older profiles for war service not yet entered.
- Harold Cislowski - Interested in learning more and promoting a WW1 VC winner from Mont St Quientin (a cousin's great uncle)
- Terry Gill - Currently adding names to family tree
- Graeme Rose - Learning to use tables in profiles. It just takes practice.
- Mark Rogers - Currently adding names of extended family
- Faye Stent - currently adding anzac profiles for extended family and close relatives
- Lauren W - Currently adding all ANZACS in the profiles I manage
- Veronica Williams - planning to add profiles of my 4 known WWI Anzacs on my maternal side, but am travelling overseas at the moment so it may take time. Will actually be at Gallipoli early November! Think I have a few more for WWII on the paternal side too.
- Irene Dillon - Currently adding names of extended family, firstly in World War I, then moving on to World War II followed by family who served in the Boer War.
- Eric Harry Daly - currently adding names on Boer, WW1 and WW2 Anzac's
- David Pryde - Being new I am adding my family as fast as possible so that I can get my Anzacs identified and recognised.
- Rhonda Lucas - Adding Anzac profiles to my existing profiles.
- Kerrie Anne Adams - Adding ANZAC to my existing profiles for Boer War, WWI, WWII, Korean Conflicts especially from my Hicks Military Page
- Carol Ann Mason - Adding names of extended family who served in World War I and World War II.
- Shoshanah Luckie - Adding profiles of family and family friends who served in World Wars 1 and 2.
- Thomas Heath - Adding profiles of the three family members who served in the New Zealand military during WWII and the one family member who served in the New Zealand military during WWI.
- Kathy Thompson - Sorting out direct line profiles, and adding connections to those relations who served in WW1 and WW2.
- Jeff Thomas -- Identifying relatives who served in NZ forces during WW1 and WW2
- Cara Kajewski - Adding my Great Uncle and Grandfather as ANZACs in WW2
- Brian Rule - currently adding anzac profiles for extended family and close relatives
- Dee Baker - adding my great grandfather and great great uncle as ANZACs in WW1.
- Tracey Allison Adding any ANZAC Profiles found
- Oops, I've put my name in wrong space could someone put it on the list please. Jennifer Wilson
- Lianne Trevarthen - I have added a couple already from my extended family tree, and have several others to add once I have their profiles sorted. More served in Gallipoli in my wider family than I realised, and a couple that served in both wars.
- Mary Bugg - currently researching and updating profiles for extended family members who served in World War 1.
- Diane Darcy - My grandfather and his two brother's served with the AIF during World War I and my father served with the AIF during World War II. I am interested in adding all my extended family and other profiles that I may work on who have served their country during the Wars.
- Tony Woods - I'm doing a few cemeteries and trying to ensure our ex-service men & women are correctly represented.
- Neil McNicol - just a 'newb' on wikitree, but intend to research and update profiles of extended family who served in WW1.
- Thomas Buckingham - Adding My great/great great grandfathers who fought in ww1 and ww2 and also great/great great uncles.
- Jenny Grainger - Still sorting out direct line profiles, and will be adding connections to my two uncles William Patterson Grainger, James Henry Grainger and those relations who served in WW1.
- Gillian Thomas - Focusing on WW1, as I come across relatives that were veterans.
- Amy Utting - Focusing on WWI relatives
- Coral Blackwell Jones - Have been working on my services relatives for some time and thought I might be able to lend a hand with this project when I get some free time
- Michael Dufty - Entering details of some relatives who served in Gallipoli
- Ken Evans - entering details of those of my extended families who have served, mostly Second World War but quite a few First World War; adding Categorisations; improving biographies, etc. I am conscious of more than 100 of my Dad's family (Arthur Evans). Also working on a category recognising every one of Australia's Army Generals; 183 of some 250 are deceased. Many of these are also Notables. After that is achieved, I'll take a deep breath, and then would like to launch into improving/filling out Unit profiles.
- Sarah Black - Entering details for profiles of family members and profiles I manage that have served in the Great War as well as 2nd World War. Have recently finished 2 profiles both from WW1 - Allan Woulds Bradley and Alexander William Hinds
- Karen Heenan-Davies Researching two Heenan soldiers killed in WW1 to add to the Everyone Remembered website
- Badges: A List of Badges you can Add to left Hand side of your Anzac Profiles
- Anzac Background image - a great ANZAC background image you can add to your ANZAC profiles this image was made by Nicky Blacklock
Wikitree Roll of Honor Pages
- Wikitree Roll of Honor - The Wikitree Roll of Honor Page is a page to add Military Personnel from any country and any war there are links on this page to Killed in Action,Prisonor of War,Wounded in Action and Missing in Action pages there are also links to various Medal pages
- Worldwide Military Resource Page - for searching records for anything military worldwide
Help finding and reading Anzac Records
- has offered to help any members that are having trouble
- finding and reading Anzac records if you would like any
- help just email Eric he is more than happy to help
Related External websites
- youtube 'And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda' was written by Eric Bogle to remember the 50,000 Anzacs that died in the Battle of Gallipoli during WWI; the Film Clip that goes with the song is very moving.
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