NSW Government employees granted military leave

NameSurnameDepartmentCitationBranch OccupationEmployment Status (if Temporary)Military UnitStatus Decorations Remarks
J RAITONWater Conservation and Irrigation CommissionQ, p.336Not accepted for active service abroadDetails
L MADDISONDepartment of Attorney General and of JusticeI4, p. xxiRegistrar of ProbatesDetails
AACOTTMetropolitan Board of Water Supply and SewerageS, p.14Details
P EADDISONDepartment of Attorney General and of JusticeP1, p.60Kiama Petty Sessions OfficeClerk of Petty SessionsDetails
W CABBOTTMetropolitan Board of Water Supply and SewerageS, p.14Details
G WADAMSMetropolitan Board of Water Supply and SewerageS, p.14Details
RobertADDISONRailways and TramwaysC, p.3072Permanent Way, RailwaysSpawlerDetails
HerbertABELLRailways and TramwaysD, p.29Traffic, Railways34th BattalionKilledDetails
ThomasADAMSONRailways and TramwaysC, p.3070Locomotive, RailwaysFiremanDetails
WilliamADAMSRailways and TramwaysC, p.3070Locomotive, RailwaysCleanerDetails

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This index includes the names of over 10,000 NSW Government employees reported to have been granted military leave, or to have enlisted as nurses and military or navy personnel during World War I, 1914-18. Please note it is not a complete list of all persons employed by the government of NSW who enlisted for war service during WWI.