Historical information

Tony Pavich was a cousin of John Joseph Gervasoni. He was born near the town of Timor. During World War One he was wounded in the field on 18 April 1918, and admitted to the 3rd Australian Field Ambulance with a gunshot wound to the left leg. He was discharged to duty on 22 April 1918. He was killed in Action on 11 August 1918., during the Battle of Amiens.

Physical description

Photograph of Tony Pavich in World War One Australian army uniform. He served with the 38th Battalion (transferred to the 7th Battalion on 16/09/2016) A.I.F., joining at Bendigo on 09 March 1916 aged 24 years. His mother, Mary Pavich of Yandoit, was listed as next of Kin. His father, Antonio Pavich, was born in Australia.(NAA: B2455, PAVICH ANTONIO ALPHONSUS

Inscriptions & markings

Verso - "Tony Pavich cousin Yandoit (killed))