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|Name:||Webb, Thomas Theodore|
|Rank:||Chaplain (4th Class)|
|Place of Birth:||Lyndoch (S.A.)|
|Next of Kin:||Alfred Walter Webb - Father ; 34 Broughton Road, Surrey Hills, Vic.|
|Biographical notes:||Son of Alfred Walter Webb and Martha Ann. He married Eva Mary Rawson and was the father of Donald Ian and Ailsa Mary. Source: NTDB, 2008: p.622-624. In 1926 he was appointed Minister to the Crocodile Islands, based at Millingimbi and was Minister there during the Caledon Bay murders. Webb retired from that position in 1939 and returned to Victoria and is the author of 'The Aborigines of East Arnhem Land, Australia' and also 'Spears to spades'.|
|Occupation:||Clerk in Holy Orders|
|Date of Enlistment:||16-Sep-1916|
|Age at Enlistment:||31|
|Service:||Australian Imperial Force|
|Date of Death:||1948-11-14|
|Place of Death:||Melbourne (Vic.)|
|Service History:||Webb embarked from Melbourne on board HMAT A73 'Commonwealth' 19 September 1916. He served in France in Casualty Clearing Station as well as Artillery and Infantry Units. Returned to Australia as Chaplain Third Class (Major) in July 1919.|
|Related link:||Nominal Roll|
Australian Dictionary of Biography : Webb, Thomas Theodor (1885–1948)
Northern Territory Dictionary of Biography edited by David Carment. Darwin : Charles Darwin University Press, 2008: p.622-624.
Australia. Army. Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- History
World War, 1914-1918 -- Northern Territory
|Appears in Collections:||Returned ANZACs|
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