184 Private Henry James (Harry) JUBY (d. 25 April 1915)

Killed in Action at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915

Ian Valentine based on www.aif.adfa.edu.au & research by Mary Norris

Killed in action 25th April 1915

184 Private Henry James (Harry) Juby was born in Oct-Dec 1885 (Lexden Vol 4a, page 512), the son of the late William Frederick & Eliza Ann Goodwin (formerly Juby), at Elaine House, Park Road.  He traded as an ironmonger.  He emigrated to Australia on the SS Osterley  arriving the 9th September 1909. 

He enlisted on the 28th August 1914 and served in E Company, 2nd Bn of the Australian Imperial Force.  He embarked on the 18th October 1914 from Sydney, NSW on board the Transport A23 Suffolk and disembarked at Alexandria on the 8th December 1914.

He served in Egypt & Gallipoli and was killed in action on 25th April 1915 at Gallipoli, Turkey, aged 29. 

He has no known grave.  His name is enscribed on Panel 1 of the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, and on Panel 33 of Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour.  He is also named on the Wivenhoe War Memorial.  He was awarded the 1914-15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

This page was added on 21/01/2016.

Comments about this page

  • His mother was Elizabeth Ann, originally Beaney, who married John Arthur Frederick Goodwin in 1896 following the death of William Frederick Juby 1885.

    By Terry Garland (19/08/2018)
  • Only came across this when we found that Henry Juby, my wife’s great uncle was killed at Gallipoli
    His emmigration date was unknown to us.

    By David Chambers (04/03/2017)
  • David, Glad we have been able to help. If your wife has anything she could write about her great uncle, we would be pleased to add it to the page. Are there any family photographs of him?
    Peter Hill, Chairman, Wivenhoe History Group

    By Peter Hill (05/03/2017)

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