The Hector Vasyli Memorial commemorates an eleven year old newspaper boy who was killed 9th June 1918 when welcoming home soldiers & The Dungarees March commemorates those men who marched from Warwick to Brisbane, November 1915, to enlist in the 1st A.I.F. The March started with 28 (30) men leaving Warwick, Queensland on 16 Nov 1915. Their march followed the Southern railway line, through Allora, Clifton, Greenmount, Cambooya, Toowoomba, Helidon, Gatton, Laidley, Rosewood, Ipswich and Oxley ending in Brisbane with 125 recruits, a total of 160 miles.
The Dungarees March
Includes; Nominated in Warwick but not enlisted; Fredrick J. Watson, (Frederick James Watson, Reserve A Coy No6 Depot Batt - 11/25 Reinf #4565) - Enlisted in Clifton; Harry Agnew Morris #4499, K.I.A., -
Enlisted in Cambooya; Fred Smith #642, - Enlisted in Toowoomba; William Wells #252, and Enlisted in Ipswich; Kilcoy, William George Walker #247.
(Hector Vasyli, this person is not currently know to be part of my family tree.)