Gerald Thomas Sadleir (1908-09) was the youngest son of Mr. Wm. Sadleir, "St. Finda,"
Sandford Road, and was killed in action on May 15th. He was in Australia at the beginning of the war and came over with the Australian Imperial Force, being attached to the Lewis Gun Section. An elder brother, has also been killed in France.
Gerald Thompson Sadlier Australian Forces (no other information yet)
Possible data- 'The Argus' newspaper Melbourne, Victoria. 'Killed in action'. Listed dead on 22 June 1917. List no. 313. Lieutenant/Corporal
Irish Times. Sadleir-May 15, killed in action, Corporal Gerald Thomas Sadleir (Lewis Machine Gun), Australian Imperial Force, son of Mr and Mrs W Sadleir, “St Finds,” Sandford Road, Dublin.
The Weekly Irish Times. Ireland’s Roll of Honour. June 23, 1917. Corporal Gerald Thomas Sadleir, Australian Imperial Force (Lewis Machine Gun), who was killed in action of 15th May, aged 21 years, was the youngest son of Mr and Mrs W Sadleir, “St Finda,” Sandford Road, Dublin. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial in France.
Source: Tom Burnell