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Lawler Dolph James


OS D. J. Lawler, only son of Mr and Mrs A. H. Lawler Derwent Terrace, New Norfolk, previously reported missing, when HMAS Perth was sunk, is now officially presumed to have lost his life on March 1.

Born 5th September 1922 Geeveston Tasmania to Albert Henry and Flora Jessie Lawler (nee Blair).

He is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.

In Memory of

Able Seaman Dolph James Lawler

H1493, H.M.A.S Perth, Royal Australian Naval Reserve

who Died age 19

on 01 March 1942

Son Albert Henry and Flora Jessie Lawler, of New Norfolk, Tasmania

Remembered with Honour


Commemorated in Perpetuity by

the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

The Mercury 7 Feb 1946




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