HUNTLEY, Lt. Clive Neilson Reynolds

HUNTLEY, 2nd Lieutenant Clive Neilson Reynolds
HUNTLEY, 2nd Lieutenant Clive Neilson Reynolds

Commemorative cross erected at Gallipoli in memory to Lieutenant (Lt) Clive Neilson Reynolds Huntley, 1st Field Company Engineers. An engineering draughtsman from Balmain, NSW prior to enlistment, Lt Huntley embarked with the rank of Second Lieutenant from Sydney on HMAT Afric on 18 October 1914. Subsequently wounded in action at Gallipoli, he was transferred to HS Gascon where, on 4 May 1915 aged 30, he died as a result of his wounds and was buried at sea. He is commemorated on the Lone Pine Memorial.

AWM H03484 Lt. Clive Huntley
AWM H03484 Lt. Clive Huntley

In Memoriam – Published Sydney Morning Herald -Friday 4th May 1928

HUNTLEY.-In loving memory of Lieutenant Clive N. R, Huntley, 1st Field Coy. Engineers, who died from wounds received at Gallipoli May 4. 1915.

So dearly loved, so sadly missed.

Loved son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Huntley, Snails Bay,

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