Anzac March

The list of ANZAC dead buried at the cemetery are :-

Cpl.William Campbell 5th Australian Engineers 11th Nov. 1918 Of Clare Mount Western Australia.
L/Cpl.Samuel Cooke 41st Bn.Australian Infantry 4th Nov. l918 From Canada.
Pte.Lyle Cox 58th Bn.Australian Infantry 16th Nov. 1918 Barnedown Victoria.
Pte.Walter Cox 24th Bn.Australian Infantry 22nd Sept. 1916 Gippsland Victoria.
Pte.Roy Doust 54th Bn.Australian Infantry 30th Oct. 1916 Clarence River New South Wales.
Cpl.George Easton Australian Machine Gun Corps 4th Nov. 1918 Camperdown Sydney New South Wales.
Pte.Charles McGoldrick 1st Bn.Australian Infantry 16th Sept. 1916 Port Kembla New South Wales.
Pte.John Maxwell 26th Bn.Australian Infantry 10th Sept. 1916
Pte.Reginald Scanes 53rd Bn.Australian Infantry 6th May 1918 Erskineville New South Wales.


The ANZAC march started after the first world war to commemorate the contribution from the ANZAC forces. They went on until the late 1950's. Today the Northamptonshire Branch of the Western Front Association holds an Anzac service at the Towcester Road cemetery to remember 11 members of the Australian forces from the First World War who died in Northampton and other servicemen from Australia and New Zealand who are buried elsewhere in the county. This particular photograph has Mr Gibbs as the mayor.





Anzac parade 1956 with Bob Stent.



Anzac parade 2006 Towcester Road Cemetery



Anzac Parade 1952/3 St MArys Choir entering Towcester Rd Cemetary for annual service Colin Eastwood in Choir 5th row