Back to Gravesites         


If you could spare a few dollars to help with the running costs of hosting this website to keep it alive would be very much appreciated.

Thankyou from Gravesites of Tasmania in advance.

Chugg, Harold Windermere


Born 29th August 1897 Longford Tasmania to Alexander Tasman and Annie Elizabeth Chugg (nee Carter) was a farmer when he enlisted 5th July 1916 at Claremont.  He embarked 9th September 1915 from Hobart on “HMAT Ballarat” with the 26th Battalion.


Four months later he was killed in Action 5th November 1916 and is commemorated on the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, France

Another young Tasmanian in the person of Priyate Harold Chugg has given his life in freedom's cause. News has been received of his death, killed in action on September 10. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Chugg, of "Belmont” and was 18 years of age.  Examiner Launceston 9th Dec 1916






Please note that there might be information from other websites or brochures "reprinted" here- under the laws of "fair use". In every instance -we hope- we have provided a direct link to the owners web site. We do not claim rights or ownership to any of their information. We do thank them sincerely for their efforts. We have in every instance made a good faith effort to contact and request 'reprint' permission. Nonetheless, we do want to be certain that nothing gets lost due to web site disappearance and the like, so it appears duplicated here.

Tasmanian War Casualties, Honouring the past, building understanding.

Copyright © 2016 Tasmanian War Casualties