LAMB, Cecil Walter
|Conflict||Second Anglo-Boer War
World War 1
|Service Arm||Colonial Forces
Citizen Military Force
British Expeditionary Force
|Unit||NSW Naval Brigade; NSW Artillery; WA HQ|
|Date of Birth||11 Aug 1869|
|Date of Death||15 Nov 1915|
This page is part of a Nominal Roll that is a Register of Western Australian Officers in Colonial Forces 1902 as they transitioned into the Commonwealth Forces. The longest serving officer was appointed on 1 November 1878 and the latest entry for promotion is the 18 April 1905. There are a total of 162 entries.
LIEUTENANT LAMB. (1897, December 31). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 5. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14180595
Cecil Lamb returned to England and served during World War 1 in a British Field Artillery Unit.
This soldier has been researched by The Australians in the Boer War Database Project. Information can be accessed on this link.