The Swanston Hotel Grand Mercure is centrally located in the heart of Melbourne's famed shopping district, just a few steps from the Bourke Street Mall and a short walk from the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre. The Mantra on Jolimont is a modern and stylish apartment hotel, located just east of Melbourne's CBD and opposite the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
With a tram line running right in front of the hotel, the city's attractions are all within easy reach.There are 200 spacious and contemporary rooms, ranging from executive to deluxe standard.
Enlisted 14th October 1914.Australian Imperial Force – Attestation Paper of Persons Enlisted for Service Abroad – Edward Dudley Milbourne Marsh - 14th October 1914. Each room has an LCD TV, work desk, wireless internet access, a full marble bathroom and floor to ceiling windows offering views of Melbourne.The Grand Hyatt features the Collins Kitchen which offers simple, authentic cuisine using the finest local and organic produce, with an open kitchen allowing guests to interact with chefs. Federation Square and the sporting venues at Melbourne Park and Olympic Park are all within walking distance.There are 69 studio style hotel rooms and 64 one bedroom apartments which have fully-equipped kitchens.
The modern Ru-Co bar has a stunning courtyard and an exclusive private area next to the fireplace with an extensive list of drinks and cocktails. The Cocoon Bar is a relaxed lounge style bar with comfortable furniture and great drinks with snacks.
Or for a light breakfast, casual lunch, or evening snack, visit the hotel's Soul Cafe which fronts vibrant Swanston Street. Milbourne MarshTaken and subscribed at Liverpool in the State of New South Wales, this fourteenth October of 1914, before me D.J. Squadron Sergeant Majors will obtain the sizes from each Squadron and furnish the Adjutant with same immediately.
The following Signallers reported for duty, having returned from Signal School, Broadmeadows. Gallipoli – 15th May 1915 20th May 1915Gallipoli6th Light Horse acting as infantry without their horses landed at Gallipoli. Left the peninsular 20th December 1915     Edward Dudley Marsh in his 6th Light Horse uniform.

Photo says 4 troopers of the 7th Light Horse  mounted.1914-1918 4 Troopers of the 7th Light Horse dismounted.
Am keeping communication (per telephone) between the firing line and Head Quarters until the last moment when we finally evacuate this position.
The uncertainty and suspense is somewhat trying as we do not know exactly how much the enemy know of our movements. But it shall not be long now before we make tracks for the beach and incidentally the boats. When the last of all firing line parties, “C” 1, 2, and 3 had passed “X” depot and there was not a man between the enemy and ourselves on Gun Ridge, then we the Rear Guard Party retired for the beach. Ten minutes later we were crossing the beach in two’s and walking along a pier made of bags of sand etc and boarding Navy Cutters. Two or three minutes after arrival at beach the steam pinnace left with the last men to evacuate the position from Gaba Tepe on Gallipoli. That I was one of the very last party, 20 men altogether, to turn our backs upon the Turks and make for the boats, I am very proud. At the same time there is nothing to brag about still the fact remains that had the enemy known anything then we would have had a lively and exciting time. We had left set rifles in the trenches so that after leaving the firing line these kept going off and so the Turks believed we were still there. Truly this evacuation without loss is almost as great as the landing.   Photograph labelled as 4 horse carriage with Australian troopers.
He has been in the trenches at Gallipoli  but I do not know what position he held, and as I want to write an important letter would you let me know as soon as possible if you could furnish any particulars. A P4812 28th February 19166th Light Horse Regiment joined with 2nd Light Horse in defence of the Suez Canal. Milbourne Marsh 6th Light Horse  Regiment was in Hospital and I beg to thank you for sending me the information .

Colmar Storey?)The first and last entries will be signed, and transfers from one Medical Officer to another, attested by their  signatures.
LH 4850 30th June 1917 – Casualty Form – Active Service.Received from Isolation Camp – Marched in and attached to instructional staff. R. 21st July 1917 – Casualty Form – Active ServiceReceived from 2nd Light Horse (Troop) Regiment.
LH 5880 2nd February 1918 – Casualty Form – Active Service6th Light Horse – Rejoined Regiment x Dump Belah.
Regiment – Rejoined x Central Gas School 17th August 1918 - Casualty Form – Active Service2nd Light Horse T.
LH12107 24th August 1918 - Casualty Form – Active Service6th Light Horse – Rejoined x cadre 2nd Light Horse Regiment. Marsh, Sixth Light Horse returned ex “Port Douglas.” Paybook shows promotion Corporal, 28th March 1915. Marsh, Sixth Light Horse returned ex Port Darwin paybook shows promotion corporal twenty eighth three fifteen please verify and advise. According to Australian War Memorial - after Gallipoli he went on with the 6th Light Horse to Palestine and was shot while making a special survey at Beersheba and died at Rafa the next day. 1917 This photo of Dudley's is described as "Inside a Hospital." Could be Jack Marsh (George Milbourne Marsh) on the right.

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