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Anonymous ? Anonymous ? Anonymous ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Aubrey ? Betty ? Caroline ? Catherine ? Edith ? Gina ? Gordon ? Hazel ? Helen ? Helen ? Hilary ? Jenny ? Karen ? Margaret ? Michelle ? Susan ? Sylvia ? 1852 Henry J A 165 165 1820 Sarah A 197 197 Catherine Abbot D. 1937 William John Abbott Catherine Addy John Alcock Ellen Alley Christopher Andrews Deryn Andrews Gil Andrews Susan Andrews D. 1651 Ann Ann Ann ~1777 Ann 240 240 Ann 1794 ann 223 223 1863 Mary Ann 154 154 Anna 1865 Annie 152 152 Richard Anthony Elizabeth Appleton 1911 Dora Apps 106 106 == Biography ==

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1911 census
1910 Dulcie Apps 107 107 == Biography ==

1911 Horne, Surrey

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1911 census
1883 - 1955 Henry Apps 72 72 Audrey 1850 - 1923 Ann Austen 73 73 ~1710 Elizabeth Austin 307 307 1856 Ellen Austin 161 161 D. 1729 John Austin 1708 Robert Austin 309 309 1858 Sarah W Austin 159 159 John Ayling Katherine (Katy) Ayling Rachel Ayling 1787 - 1864 Ann Baker 76 76 William Baker 1867 Edith Bakhurst 150 150 ~1545 Catherine Banester 472 472 D. 1696 Elizabeth Barber Jn barber John Barber 1865 Eleanor Barker 152 152 1821 Joseph Barker 196 196 1862 Joseph Barker 155 155 1880 Alfred J Barnes 137 137 1827 George Barnes 190 190 George Barnes 1879 Harriet E Barnes 138 138 1735 - 1798 Ann Barratt 62 62 1614 Dorothy Barratt 402 402 ~1594 Edward Barratt 423 423 1727 Elizabeth Barratt 289 289 Elizabeth Barratt 1624 Elizabeth Barratt 392 392 1680 - 1680 Elizabetth Barratt ~1590 - 1657 George Barratt 67 67 1604 Henry Barratt 413 413 1712 Isaac Barratt 305 305 1661 - 1665 Joan Barratt 3 3 1666 - 1668 Joan Barratt 1 1 1733 - 1734 John Barratt 1 1 1738 John Barratt 278 278 1694 John Barratt 322 322 1664 - 1664 John Barratt 4m 4m 1589 - 1661 John Barratt 72 72 1563 - 1644 John Barratt 81 81 ~1600 - 1627 Jonas Barratt 27 27 1723 Mary Barratt 293 293 Mary Barratt 1690 Mary Barratt 326 326 1649 Mary Barratt 368 368 D. 1699 Mary Barratt ~1592 Richard Barratt 425 425 1691 - 1772 Robert Barratt 81 81 1744 - 1744 Robert Barratt 2m 2m 1747 Robert Barratt 269 269 ~1596 - 1677 Robert Barratt 81 81 1743 Robert Barratt 273 273 1616 - 1681 Stephen Barratt 65 65 1646 - ~1647 Stephen Barratt 1 1 1656 Stephen Barratt 360 360 1651 - 1653 Susan Barratt 1 1 1654 Susan Barratt 363 363 ~1598 Susan Barratt 419 419 1717 - 1717 Thomas Barratt 3m 3m 1720 Thomas Barratt 296 296 1660 - 1730 Thomas Barratt 69 69 1620 Thomas Barratt 396 396 1658 Unkown Barratt 358 358 1698 William Barratt 319 319 Susan Barrot Sarah Barton 1786 - 1867 Ann Bashford 81 81 1868 - 1894 Caroline Bashford 26 26 1875 - 1957 Lilian Bates 81 81 ~1940 Daphne Beadle 77 77 James Beattie ~1858 James Beattie 159 159 ~1851 Mary Beattie 166 166 1877 - 1954 Edith Beaumont 77 77 Martha Benwell 1835 - 1865 John James Benzie 30 30 Simpson Benzie 1757 - 1808 Theodosia Best 50 50 D. 1948 Emma Betteridge 1666 Ann Betts 350 350 1662 - 1665 Elizabeth Betts 2 2 1668 Elizabeth Betts 348 348 1672 Freelove Betts 344 344 1671 Mary Betts 345 345 ~1636 - 1680 Robert Betts 44 44 1664 - 1665 Robert Betts 9m 9m 1676 Sarah Betts 341 341 1679 - 1685 William Betts 6 6 1959 Caroline Anne Bevan 58 58 Male Bevan Charles Bicknell 1820 - ~1864 Hannah Bicknell 44 44 1872 Biggs 145 145 Abbie Biggs Abigail Biggs 1771 Abigail Biggs 245 245 1797 Abigail Biggs 219 219 ~1700 - 1760 Abraham Biggs 60 60 1799 - 1875 Abraham Biggs 76 76 1791 - 1797 Abraham Biggs 5 5 1829 Abraham Edwin Biggs 187 187 1868 Ada Helen Biggs 148 148 1865 Albert Walter Biggs 151 151 Place of Residence 'Clydeville' 29 Lyttleton Street Launceston Tasmania Australia
Spouses Name Ada Emma Stokes
Childrens Names Fred Harold, Bessie Winifred, Charles Clyde, Alfred Edwin, Leonard Walter, Reginald Allan, Lillie Evelyn May, Oscar Herbert, Winifred & Blanche

Albert Walter Biggs, known by his second name, was born at Bothwell on 25 Jul 1865 to Alfred Barrett Biggs (1825-1900), schoolmaster, and his wife Harriet Burville (1834-1894). In 1883 Walter moved to Launceston where he was an accountant for the Daily Telegraph. He inherited his father's musical talent, was a bass in the Exhibition Choir in 1891-92, and was an organist and choir master. He married Ada Emma Stokes in Launceston on 15 Dec 1886. They had six sons and four daughters; the first seven born in Launceston between 1888 and 1899, and the last three born in Scottsdale from 1904 to 1909.

In 1902 the family moved to Scottsdale where Walter became a general storekeeper. Mr Laurence C Leech joined him and Biggs and Leech became a household name in the North-East. The partners established branches at Springfield, Nabowla, Forester, Branxholm and Weldborough. Walter retired from the store in 1922 and became the first manager of the Launceston Bank for Savings at Scottsdale. He held the position for 18 years. Walter took a keen interest in community affairs, especially in St Barnabas' Church, Scottsdale, where he was organist and lay reader for many years. He was appointed as a justice of the peace in 1900 and a master of Lodge Dorset and the Ellesmere Chapter. Walter died on 14 Apr 1958 in Scottsdale aged 92 but was buried with his wife Ada at the Carr Villa Cemetery, Launceston, in Section B 271.

Walter's wife, father, sister Isabella Bellion, and other family members are also pictured in the Family Album.

John Biggs (grandson) Sep 2005 & Marion Sargent Jan 2008
1856 - 1856 Alfred Andrew Biggs 1825 - 1900 Alfred Barratt Biggs 75 75 Teacher and Astronomer

Biggs was a schoolteacher in Tasmania 1845-52, in Melbourne 1852-63 and again in Tasmania 1863-80. He was then a bank officer in Launceston 1880-1900.

Career Highlights

Born London, 10 April 1825. Died Launceston, 19 December 1900. School teacher, Tasmania 1845-52; school teacher, Melbourne 1852-63; school teacher, Tasmania 1863-80; bank officer, Launceston 1880-1900

Launceston Bank for Savings 19 Paterson Street Launceston Tasmania Australia
Spouses Name Harriet Burville
Childrens Names Alfred Andrew, Eliza Harriet, Isabella Alice, Emily Laura, Edwin Burville, Albert Walter, Edith Muriel & May Adeline Burville

Alfred Barrett Biggs was born on 10 Apr 1825, the eldest son of Abraham Edwin Biggs (1799-1875), builder and contractor, and his wife Eliza Coleman (1801-1891). Alfred was christened at the Wesleyan Chapel, Battle Bridge, London. He came to Hobart with his family in 1833 aboard the Sir John Rae Reid. He joined the Commercial Bank of Tasmania, but later became a teacher. He taught in Victoria and then Tasmania for 27 years. In 1880 he entered the Launceston Bank for Savings as accountant and head ledger-keeper.

Alfred married Harriet Burville (1834-1894) in Hobart on 22 Feb 1855. Their first five children were born in Melbourne. In Jan 1864 the family moved to Bothwell, Tasmania, to Campbell Town in 1871 and finally Launceston in 1880. Alfred had a fine bass voice and sang in the Exhibition Choir in 1891-92 with his children Walter and Alice who are also in the Album. He also displayed a coin tester which instantly detected counterfeit currency. His daughter May exhibited a watercolour 'Hawke and Pigeon'. Alfred Biggs died in Launceston on 19 Dec 1900. A memorial stone was erected in Royal Park in 1935 on the site of his observatory.

He was noted for setting up the first telephone connection in Australia between Launceston and Campbell Town and for his contributions to seismology, astronomy and music. His original telephones and seismological equipment are in Launceston's Queen Victoria Museum. His story is told in Margaret Giordano's Watcher of the skies, Regal Publications, Launceston, 1995, and John B Biggs' Tasmania over five generations: Return to Van Diemen's Land?, Forty Degrees South, 2011. See also The Examiner, 8 Oct 2005, page 26.

John Biggs & Peter Richardson Sep 2005 .
1893 Alfred Edwin Biggs 123 123 1863 Algernon Burnett Biggs 154 154 1770 - 1771 Alice Biggs 10m 10m 1772 Alice Biggs 245 245 Alice Biggs 1786 Ann Biggs 231 231 1768 Ann Biggs 248 248 1795 - 1805 Ann Biggs 9 9 1806 Ann Biggs 210 210 Anonymous Biggs ? 1966 Anthony Biggs 51 51 1991 Ashleigh Biggs 25 25 1889 Bessie Winifred Biggs 127 127 1841 Caroline Biggs 176 176 1801 Caroline Biggs 216 216 1970 Carolyn Jean Biggs 47 47 1891 Charles Clyde Biggs 125 125 1861 Clare Maria Biggs 156 156 1933 Denise Rita Biggs 83 83 1881 - 1958 Earnest Edward Hobart Biggs 77 77 1927 Edna Biggs 90 90 1923 - 2007 Eileen F. Biggs 84 84 1857 Eliza Harriet Biggs 160 160 1760 - 1790 Elizabeth Biggs 30 30 Elizabeth Biggs 1776 Elizabeth Biggs 241 241 1846 Elizabeth Mary Biggs 171 171 Elizabetrh Susannah Biggs 1849 Ellen Rachel Biggs 167 167 1885 Elsie Murial Biggs 132 132 1850 Emily Biggs 167 167 1821 Emma Biggs 195 195 1909 - 1994 Eric Stanley Biggs 85 85 1980 Eric Stephen Biggs 37 37 Female Biggs Female Biggs 1948 Frank Ian Biggs 69 69 1888 Fred Harold Biggs 129 129 George Biggs 1859 George Pullen Biggs 157 157 1918 - 1950 Gordon C.H. Biggs 32 32 Gordon fought in the Royal Artillery during the Second World War and it appears that he suffered from depression and battle fatigue.  On being demobbed in 1945, he joined the Police Force.  In December of 1950, he caught bronchial pneumonia and died after a short illness.  His wife, Louise Dorothy Dell, was left with three small children, aged six, three and two years of ago.  One of the children, Iris Jones, contacted David Biggs in 2009.  She advised that their mother, Louise Dorothy Dell, had lost touch with her grandparents, Henry William and Lillian, after their father's death.  Iris Jones (nee Biggs) lives in the Isle of Wight. 1895 Grace Winifred Biggs 122 122 Graham Biggs 2005 Hannah Biggs 11 11 Harold Algernon Biggs 1905 - 1906 Harold Algernon Biggs 1 1 1827 Harriet Biggs 189 189 1793 - 1808 Harriet Letitia Biggs 14 14 1823 Harriet Letitia Biggs 193 193 1824 - 1825 Harriet Providence Biggs 1 1 2007 Harrison Biggs 9 9 1920 - 1989 Helen Biggs 69 69 1867 Helen Elizabeth Biggs 149 149 1892 Helen Gwendoline Biggs 124 124 Emmigrated to Canada 1915 1884 - 1954 Henry William Biggs 70 70 2003 Hollie Biggs 13 13 1944 Iris Biggs 73 73 Last know email address of Iris Jones (nee Biggs) as at 2009

IrisLJonesiow@aol.com

Email of February 14, 2009

Dear Biggs Clan

My name is Iris Louise Jones (nee Biggs).

Until my mothers death and receiving my fathers' death certificate, I had no idea about any of his family.

My father was Gordon Biggs and my mother was Louise Dorothy Dell.

I now find that I had aunts and uncles of whom I knew nothing.

Has anyone got a photograph of Henry William Biggs and Lilian M. Wooster, my grandparents?  I would be so grateful to be able to see what they were like.

I am the eldest daughter of Gordon and Louise born in 1944 in Woking (Mum having been evacuated because of the danger of bombing in London).

Kay was born in 1947 at Lavender Hill, Clapham, closely followed by Wendy in 1948.  They are both still living and, like me have children and grandchildren.  So the line goes on!

I was thrilled to find your web site and to read the very interesting histories of the Biggs and Kenworthy families. Thank you so much.

Regards Iris Jones (nee Biggs)

Email of February 16, 2009 from Iris Jones (nee Biggs)

Hi David

In case you don't have the date of birth of Henrys' children, here goes:

Rita born 1916 Lewisham
Gordon Charles Henry born 1918 Lewisham
Sydney N. born 1919 Lewisham
Ivy M. born 1921 Lewisham
Eileen born 1923 Lewisham
Margaret (cannot find a birth recorded?)
June born 1930 Lewisham

I have told Kay about your web-site and she is thrilled.  She wants to know whether any of the above are still alive and if so,where they are living. And also whether there are any other 'Biggs' related to us still living in England.

Wendy is on one of her World Cruises (she is the rich one of our family!!) so I will let her know as soon as she returns.

On looking through the few papers that were left to me when Mum died, I have found a few photographs.  One of my Mum and Dads Wedding, a couple of some of my aunts at one of their Weddings (the family resemblance is striking).  I can't put a name to any of them so perhaps you can help? I will also send one of Kay, Wendy and me about five years ago at the marriage of Kay's daughter, Julie. I will try to send them to you if I can get my head around the technology,

I married Calvin Jones on 26 March, 1966 at St. Mary, Lambeth.  We have two children, Tracy who married Richard Moore and has one son, Adam, and Stephen who is Director of Rainforest Protection at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.  He is studying for his Doctorate at the moment.

Calvin was a departmental Manager at the Standard Chartered Bank in the City of London until 1995 when he took early retirement.

We bought a tiny two-bed-roomed cottage in Ventnor, Isle of Wight for our retirement and are extremely happy.  The address is: 34 Ocean View Road, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, PO38 1AB. As you can guess from the name we have stunning views of the English Channel.

Fondest Regards,

Iris

Email of February 14, 2009

Dear David

Thank you for replying to my e-mail.

Gordon Biggs married Louise Dorothy Dell in 1942 at St Mary Lambeth.

They had three daughters:  me, Kay and Wendy.

Gordon fought in the Royal Artillery during the second world war and it appears that he suffered from depression and battle fatigue.

On being demobbed in 1945 he joined the Police Force.  In December 1950 he caught Bronchial Pneumonia and died after a short illness.

Mum was left with us aged six, three and two years of age.  She lost touch with Henry William and Lilian, our grandparents.

Many thanks
Iris
1905 - 1981 Iris Biggs 76 76 == Biography ==

1911 living Lewisham, London

== Sources ==

Ancestry family trees

1911 census
England and Wales civil registration birth index 1837-1915 ; 1905, Dec qtr, dist Lewisham, County London, Vol 1d, page 1146
England and Wales civil registration death index 1916-2007 ; Sept 1981, Dist Poole, County Dorset, Vol 23, page 0526
1905 Iris Olive Biggs 111 111 1831 - 1906 Isaac Henry Biggs 75 75 1833 Isabella Biggs 183 183 1858 Isabella Alice Biggs 159 159 1921 Ivy M. Biggs 95 95 1944 James Roger Biggs 73 73 1973 Jennifer Anne Biggs 44 44 1835 Jesse Biggs 181 181 1790 Jesse Biggs 1819 Jesse Biggs 197 197 1882 - 1918 Jesse Biggs 36 36 1882 - 1916 Jesse Biggs 34 34 Sapper in 1918 Royal Engineers service number 570104
Postal service
buried Ladywell Cemetery
Grave memeorial ref D.3142
http://www.cwgc.org/find-a-cemetery/cemetery/42006/LADYWELL%20CEMETERY

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Military Service
Service number: 570104
Rank: Sapper
Regiment: Royal Engineers
Unit/ship/squadron: Postal Section
1858 - 1896 Jesse Kenworthy Biggs 38 38 1998 Jessica Nam Biggs 19 19 1881 Jessie Biggs 136 136 1820 Jessy Biggs 197 197 1916 - 1996 Joan Beatrice May Biggs 80 80 1832 - 1867 John Biggs 34 34 1740 - 1818 John Biggs 78 78 1650 - 1720 John Biggs 70 70 1770 John Biggs 246 246 1825 - >1901 John Biggs 76 76 1898 John Biggs 119 119 1925 - 2006 John W. Biggs 81 81 1758 - 1842 John Barratt Biggs 83 83 1793 - 1866 John Kenworthy Biggs 72 72 1861 John William Biggs 156 156 1839 Jonathan Biggs 178 178 1800 Jonathan Biggs 216 216 1802 Jonathan Biggs 215 215 1737 Jonathan Biggs 280 280 Jonathan Biggs ~1794 - 1795 Joseph Biggs 1 1 1930 - 2016 June Murial Biggs 86 86 June Biggs, Membership Number 7.

It is with great sadness that we have been informed of the death of June Biggs. June was a founder member of the Society along with her two sisters. She was very active in the world of Family History and worked hard to ensure the success of the Society.

She was our first Projects Officer and was the Society Secretary from 1979-1985. June became the President of the Society in 1995 and held the position until 2002. June was also a founder member of the Wooster Family Group some 21 years ago.

The Society would like to offer its commiserations and condolences to June's family in their sad loss. There will be an obituary in the Journal.
1970 Karen Biggs 46 46 1947 Kay Biggs 70 70 Kenworthy Biggs ? 1913 - 1999 Kenworthy Leslie Biggs 86 86 Moved to Hever where Olive ada bought land 1944 Kevin Biggs 73 73 1995 Kirsten Biggs 21 21 1896 - 1973 Leonard Walter Biggs 77 77 Leonard Walter BIGGS

Regimental number    38
Place of birth    Launceston, Tasmania
Religion    Church of England
Occupation    Postal assistant
Address    Scottsdale, Tasmania
Marital status    Single
Age at embarkation    20
Next of kin    Father, Albert Walter Biggs, Scottsdale, Tasmania
Previous military service    92nd Infantry
Enlistment date    25 February 1916
Rank on enlistment    Private
Unit name    40th Battalion, Headquarters
AWM Embarkation Roll number    23/57/1
Embarkation details    Unit embarked from Hobart, Tasmania, on board HMAT A35 Berrima on 1 July 1916
Rank from Nominal Roll    Private
Unit from Nominal Roll    Australian Army Postal Corps
Fate    Returned to Australia 1 August 1919
Family/military connections    Brother: 37 Corporal Reginald Allen BIGGS, 40th Bn, discharged, 3 November 1919.

https://www.aif.adfa.edu.au/showPerson?pid=22465
1883 Leslie Reginald Biggs 134 134 1899 Lillie Evelyn May Biggs 117 117 Male Biggs 1934 Margaret R. Biggs 83 83 1916 Marjorie Winifred Biggs 100 100 1864 Mary Edith Biggs 152 152 1830 Marystan Biggs 187 187 Matthew Biggs 1913 Mavis Jean Biggs 104 104 1875 May Adeline Burville Biggs 142 142 1890 Millicent Evelyn Biggs 127 127 1888 Minnie Biggs 129 129 Neil Biggs 1982 Odella Lynette Biggs 35 35 1904 - 1968 Oscar Herbert Biggs 64 64 http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/52118067?searchTerm=%22reginald%20biggs%22&searchLimits=exactPhrase=reginald+biggs|||l-advstate=Tasmania|||l-advstate=Western+Australia|||dateTo|||notWords|||anyWords|||dateFrom|||requestHandler|||sortby=dateAsc Philip Biggs ? 1992 Philip Douglas Biggs 25 25 1968 Philip Paul Biggs 48 48 1838 - 1840 Priscilla Biggs 2 2 1910 Reginald Biggs 107 107 1897 Reginald Allan Biggs 119 119 https://www.linc.tas.gov.au/ww1/Pages/Biggs.aspx

Private Reginald Allen Biggs (Private Ashmead)
Soldier and journalist

R?eginald was the sixth of ten children born to Albert Walter and Ada Emma Biggs in Launceston on 17 April 1897. He attended Lea Hurs' School in Scottsdale run by Mrs Dolly Cottman. Reginald received a prize for his patriotic essay on Empire Day, May 1908, before 150 scholars at the Scottsdale celebrations. In 1909, he won the John Cameron scholarship of £12 12s yearly. It was open to boys under thirteen and given each year to the boy who at the intermediate examination came nearest to gaining a bursary without securing one. As a result, Reginald went to Launceston Church Grammar School for three years. In Launceston, November 1909, Reginald passed the Grade 5 examination in piano conducted by the Universities of Melbourne and Adelaide.

After matriculation, Reginald worked for fifteen months as an office boy for a shipping company before starting as a cadet journalist with the Launceston Examiner. At the outbreak of the war, he was a member of the 92nd Infantry (Launceston), Australian Military Forces; a citizen military force. He was living in Scottsdale when, on 27 February 1916 at the age of eighteen, he joined the AIF with the rank of Private. His older brother, Leonard, a postal assistant and comrade in the 92nd, had joined only two days earlier. Both men were to survive the conflict.

Reginald arrived at Claremont camp for basic training on 1 March 1916. He had volunteered for overseas war service agog with enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. Rejected many times because of his short stature (156cm) and false teeth, he finally gained admission. His experience with the home militia saw him assigned to the signallers. Surviving an epidemic of deadly meningitis that swept the camp, he became part of the newly formed Tasmanian 40th Battalion. Originally planned as two companies each from Tasmania and Victoria, it became a solely Tasmanian battalion in the belief it would be good for public relations. It proved sound advice. Lieutenant General Sir John Monash wrote…

"?The fact that it was composed wholly ??of the men of a small island state, gave it a special stimulus to the highest emulation of all ?????other units. In no other unit was the pride of origin and sense of responsibility to the people it represented stronger than in the 40th."

Reginald proved himself the best signaller of all and won a place in the Headquarters signalling section. In April 1916, Reginald arrived in Broadmeadows Camp on the outskirts of Melbour?ne to undertake extra training. He turned nineteen while there. After final training at Claremont, the brothers embarked on the Berrima (Australian Troopship No.35) in Hobart on 1 July 1916. The Examiner published Reginald's routine aboard the transport under the heading "With the Fortieth" on 19 September 1916.

"Signaller Reginald Biggs, of the 'Examiner' staff kept a diary of the voyage on the troopship on which the 40th Battalion went to England. Largely it is a record of the small daily incidents that mark such a voyage, but there are some items of interest. For instance, no time was lost in forming a Y.M.C.A. branch. This was done when two days' out. Boxing bouts are made possible by supplies of gloves from the Tasmanian Battalion comforts fund. So were many luxuries at the table. Divine service was assisted by the formation of a choir. The monotony of the trip was relieved by such things as physical, boat, fire, and signalling drill, and by a special inspection of kits. Then there was pay day! The transport encountered some heavy weather, and one day a man attached to the transport section who had ventured on to the forecastle head was swept off his feet by a tremendous wave, and sent to hospital with a broken knee."

Reginald's diary, That Other War, documents his wartime experiences. As a signaller, he had to maintain communications between Battalion and Company headquarters, and the Company's frontline office by field telephone. Because of his civilian occupation, he became known as Private Ashmead, after the British wartime correspondent, Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett.

"My penname … was the nickname dubbed on me by my tent mates when I entered camp on enlistment. On learning that the occupation which I had left behind was a cadet journalist, they at once thought of the war correspondent Ashmead-Bartlett who had brought world-fame to the ANZACS for their heroic valour in the campaign on the Turkish Peninsula, Gallipoli."

Reginald saw action in France and Belgium. Although not a frontline infantryman, his duties often took him to within 100 metres of the German defences. Usually, Reginald served in company headquarters; the support trenches 100 metres behind the frontline; and repairing broken telephone lines in open country. Even so, support troops came under fire from German guns and poison gas, causing casualties. Reginald could find himself in the heat of the battle…

"I found that the gun was trained right on me. I flattened out and tried to simulate "dead". It was clear that the gun was aimed at me as I lay there… for his bullets were landing just near my head and kicking up pebbles which hit my face. I thought, "he can't miss me now; it will get me right though the crown of my head!" The streams of bullets stopped. Praying that the gunner was reloading a full belt into his gun, I slithered forward flatter than any snake until I felt the ground dip sharply and slid headfirst into a shell hole. I was trembling uncontrollably and panting with terror."

Reginald was at Armentieres, the town renowned for the song about its famous Mademoiselle.

"Every man in the 40th who went through the early stages of the Battalion's campaign in Belgium and France will feel his pulse quicken at the mention of Armentieres. That was where we began to know "la belle France", underwent our baptism of fire, spent months of toil, danger and misery in the trench system east of it, and enjoyed our leisure during the breaks when we had been relieved from trench life… With the passing of time we all came to regard Armentieres as "our town."

Chateau Rouge, Villers-Bretonneux 1918

The place made such an impression that years later he wrote Armenti?eres and its 'Mademoiselles' detailing its history and his wartime experiences there.

Reginald left the AIF on 3 November 1919 receiving the British War Medal and Victory Medal. Reginald's service dossier, digitised by the National Archives of Australia, is available online. One image of interest (#22) records that while in Launceston, on 20 May 1916, Reginald was charged with refusing to obey a lawful order by a non-commissioned officer. He was fined thirty shillings and confined to barracks for a week with loss of pay of one pound, ten shillings. This resulted from a long-running antagonism between the Company's Corporal and the rest of the men, of whom Reginald became spokesman. In truth, it was a trifling matter, especially compared with the horrors to come. The Corporal who brought the charge against him felt guilty afterward and refunded Reginald the thirty shillings out of his own pocket. The background to the incident makes for interesting reading early in his diary. Apart from this minor offence, Reginald's service remained incident-free. Although, his criticism of the harsh discipline of those in command is a constant theme throughout his account…

"This cruel scourge chafed me constantly. I formed the view that it had originated with the army hierarchy, who had seen to it that they and the "officer class" would never be its victims. Its doctrines were preached from the unholy writ of King's Rules and Regulations and percolated down through the lesser and still lesser "gods" of commissioned rank to be inflicted upon the common soldiers."

Rightly or wrongly, Reginald would no doubt agree with the expression made famous by Alan Clark that it was a war "fought by lions and led by donkeys". With the coming of peace Reginald remarked; what a joy it was: but the greatest boon of all was the freedom from military discipline!

After the war, Reginald toured Canada and America, a trip documented in his book, "See America, Young Man". Eventually, he made his way back to Tasmania meeting family and friends at Launceston before returning home to Scottsdale.

On 5 November 1921, Reginald married Edith Mary Soans at St Johns Church, Launceston. The couple settled at Hobart Road in Launceston. Reginald continued his interest in music. At the 1927 Easter competition at the Albert Hall in Launceston, he won the Open Section (Own Selection) with his cello solo, Berceuse de Jocelyn by Benjamin Godard. He received the award Grand Champion Solo Gentleman. The only mark against his name came in April 1932 when fined ten shillings for a parking offence. After the horrors of the frontline this surely had little impact on Reginald.

After the war, Reginald resumed his career with the Examiner. He spent nine years with the Company before he and Edith moved to South Perth W.A. to further his career and start a family. Leonard, who had served with Reginald in the 40th, moved to Nedlands, about 10kms from his brother.

In January 1937, Reginald, Edith and their two children returned to Scottsdale for a family reunion, with Leonard. No family member had died of the ravages of war or time, which led to a rare happy ending to the conflict.

The diary is the account of a humble infantry private whose service was often in the thick of the horrors, bloodshed, danger and hardships. Sources used to write the diary are…

The letters Reginald sent home from the front
Diaries he had kept in shorthand even while under fire
Clippings of all his articles published by the Examiner
Detailed memories provided by his prodigious recall
Material that he did not witness himself came from contemporaries

The diary of Private Ashmead is an exhaustive account of one man's view of the war and is available online and through LINC Tasmania
1985 Richard Biggs 32 32 1962 Richard Kenworthy William Biggs 55 55 1916 - 2002 Rita L. Biggs 86 86 Robert Biggs 1865 Rosina Caroline Biggs 152 152 1880 - 1964 Rosina Mary Biggs 83 83 1836 Samuel Biggs 180 180 1766 Sarah Biggs 250 250 1728 Sarah Biggs 289 289 ~1920 Shirley Ella Biggs 97 97 1966 Stephen Biggs 50 50 1946 Stephen Maxwell Biggs 71 71 1889 Susan Elizabeth Biggs 128 128 1862 Susan Elizabeth Biggs 154 154 CHECK INTO WHO SHE MARRIED
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Marriages Dec 1881
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BIGGS  Susan Elizabeth    Lewisham  1d 1522
BIRD  Walter     Lewisham  1d 1522
MANN  Alice     Lewisham  1d 1522
RANDLE  Frederick Ernest     Lewisham  1d 1522
1825 Susanna Biggs 191 191 Susanna Biggs Susanna Biggs 1796 Susannah Biggs 221 221 1919 - 1922 Sydney N. Biggs 2 2 Sydnet possible death wansworth london 1922 sept age 2 1831 Thomas Biggs 185 185 1761 Thomas Biggs 255 255 1734 Thomas Biggs 282 282 Thomas Biggs 1785 Thomas Biggs 231 231 1989 Travis Lloyd Biggs 28 28 1936 - 2017 Trevor Kenworthy Biggs 81 81 1828 Walter Biggs 188 188 1843 - 1843 Walter Biggs 2m 2m 1856 - 1940 Walter Frederick Henry Biggs 84 84 Walter Perry Biggs 1948 Wendy Biggs 69 69 1823 William Biggs 193 193 1763 - 1805 William Biggs 41 41 1788 William Biggs 229 229 1735 - 1799 William Biggs 64 64 1686 William Biggs 331 331 1789 - 1870 William Biggs 81 81 William Biggs 1787 - 1840 William Biggs 53 53 1794 William Biggs 222 222 1865 William John Gaskell Biggs 151 151 Charles Bird Eric Bird Sheila