Patrick Bugden
Patrick Joseph Bugden VC (17 March 1897, Tatham, New South Wales – 28 September 1917, Ypres, Belgium) was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was approximately 20 years old and a private in the 31st Battalion, Australian Imperial Force during the First World War when he displayed the bravery for which he was posthumously awarded the VC.

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Patrick Bugden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Patrick Joseph Bugden VC (17 March 1897, Tatham, New South Wales – 28 September 1917, Ypres, Belgium) was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, ...
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Biography - Patrick Joseph Bugden - Australian Dictionary of ...
Patrick Joseph Bugden (1897-1917), soldier, was born on 17 March 1897 at South Gundurimba, New South Wales, eldest child of Thomas Bugden, farmer, and ...
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Private Patrick Joseph Bugden VC - Queensland Museum South Bank
A brief history of how Private Patrick Bugden VC was awarded the Victoria Cross, held at Queensland Museum South Bank.
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Life during the war for Private Patrick Joseph Bugden VC ...
A brief look at life during the war for Private Patrick Bugden VC.
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Private P J Bugden, VC - Australian War Memorial
Private Patrick Joseph Bugden VC. Patrick Joseph Bugden . P02939.025 Patrick Joseph Bugden P02939.025. Date of birth: 17 March 1897. Place of birth: ...
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Roll of Honour - Patrick Joseph Bugden | Australian War Memorial
Service Number: 3774. Rank: Private. Unit: 31st Battalion (Infantry). Service: Australian Army. Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918. Date of death: 28 September ...
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Pat Bugden | LinkedIn
View Pat Bugden's professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world's largest business network, helping professionals like Pat Bugden discover inside  ...
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Patrick Joseph Bugden – Parliament of Australia
Eldest child of Thomas Bugden, farmer, and his wife Annie, née Connolly, both native-born. His father died when Bugden was 6, leaving four children; and his ...
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Paddy Bugden won VC for his bravery - Australians at War
NAME: Patrick 'Paddy' Bugden ... Paddy Bugden was a religious man who took every opportunity to attend church even in the throes of war. He was also a ...
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Paddy Bugden VC Family History - RootsChat
I've been living in the town of Alstonville, NSW for two years, and there is a monument to the local war hero, Patrick Joseph (Paddy) BUGDEN ...
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Biography - Patrick Joseph Bugden - Australian Dictionary of ...
Patrick Joseph Bugden (1897-1917), soldier, was born on 17 March 1897 at South Gundurimba, New South Wales, eldest child of Thomas Bugden, farmer, and ...
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Patrick Joseph Bugden VC (17 March 1897, Tatham, New South Wales – 28 ... Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 7, Melbourne University Press, 1979,  ...
Private Patrick Joseph Bugden VC - Queensland Museum South Bank
A brief history of how Private Patrick Bugden VC was awarded the Victoria Cross, held at Queensland Museum South Bank.
Cardinal Confers Papal Awards on Three Outstanding Australians
Feb 7, 2013 ... But for the Chancellor of the Australian Catholic University (ACU), the Papal ... Patrick Bugden, long time member of the Sydney Archdiocesan ...
Private P J Bugden, VC - Australian War Memorial
Twenty-year-old Pat Bugden, a hotelkeeper from the north coast of New South Wales before enlistment in the 31st Battalion, was posthumously awarded the ...
Bugden - Sydney Area, Australia - LinkedIn
View the profiles of professionals on LinkedIn with last name Bugden located in the Sydney ... University of Technology, Sydney, St. Vincents College, Potts Point NSW ... Current: Chartered Accountant at Patrick Bugden (Self-employed); Past: ...
*Briefing Room No.6 | - Families and Friends of the First AIF
Mar 25, 2009 ... One of the names inscribed on the Lismore War Memorial featured in Memorial Way No. 7 is that of Private Patrick Bugden VC. In Briefing ...
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A History of the University of Oxford from the Earliest Times to the Year 1530: Henry ... At the age of seven teen she was married in Lismore to Patrick Bugden, .
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... Law Society, Chair of the Solicitors Board and Deputy Chancellor of the Queensland University of Technology. ... Mr Patrick Bugden – FCA (Executive Officer).
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View the profiles of people named Pearl Bugden on Facebook. Join Facebook to ... Studied at Harvard UniversityLives in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador · Gail Ducey Bugden ... Ryan William Patrick Bugden. Studied Guitar at  ...
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Patrick Joseph Bugden VC (17 March 1897, Tatham, New South Wales - 28 September 1917, Ypres, Belgium) was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British ...
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Richard P. Hilton, Ken Kirkland and Kevin Padian, 2003
California has produced a rich trove of Mesozoic fossils: dinosaurs, flying reptiles, and especially, since most of the state was submerged under water during the Mesozoic Era, marine reptiles. Hilton, a professor of geology at California's Sierra College, presents a comprehensive guide to these remains, and a history of those who discovered t...
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Ian Ferguson. Private Patrick Joseph Bugden Private Patrick Joseph Bugden ( 1897-1917): He was a member of the 31St Battalion, and his brave actions were noted at Polygon Wood in Belgium, between the 26m and 28m September, 1917.
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Private Patrick Bugden ofthe 31st Battalion, who fell in the next 'bite', at Polygon Wood, and was awarded a posthumous VC, rests at VIII.C.5. Some 119 New Zealanders also lie here. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the cemetery features a ...
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... 65 Patrick Anthony Porteous, 112 Patrick Carlin, 55 Patrick Donohoe, 56 Patrick Graham (soldier), 57 Patrick Green, 57 Patrick Joseph Bugden, 83 Patrick Mahoney, 59 Patrick McHale, 59 Patrick Mullane, 71 Patrick Mylott, 60 Patrick Roddy, ...
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View From a Park Bench: Forgotten Heroes - Patrick Bugden. V.C.
Private Patrick John Bugden, 31st Battalion, Victoria Cross action at Polygon Wood, near Ypres. It was a posthumous award.
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Patrick Bugden VC age 20 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Budgen enlisted in the A.I.F. at Brisbane on 25 May 1916, listing his civilian occupation as a hotel keeper. After completing a period of basic training, he embarked for England in September 1916 and arrived in Plymouth in December. Shortly afterwards he was admitted to hospital sick, before being sent to France in January 1917 and being taken on strength by the 31st Battalion in March.[2] In May 1917 he was again admitted to hosptial with influenza, before being released and returning to his unit. During the period 26 September to 28 September 1917 at Polygon Wood, Zonnebeke, Belgium, an advance was held up by strongly defended pillboxes. Private Bugden, despite devastating machine-gun fire, twice led small parties against these strong points and, successfully silencing the guns, captured the enemy at the point of the bayonet. On another occasion, he rescued a corporal from capture when, single-handed, he rushed up, shot one of the enemy, and bayoneted the other two. On five occasions he rescued wounded men under intense shell and machine-gun fire, showing an utter contempt and disregard for danger. He was killed during one of these missions Now lies in Hooge Crater Cemetery, Belgium.
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nancy leathem: “BUGDEN SHIRE" Bugden's Part 2.
I can only dream of being a fly on the wall at this meeting, or saying Gundurimba that many times! Northern Star Lismore, NSW  5 July 1918 “BUGDEN SHIRE;" 'According to advertisement a public meeting is to be held in the South Gundurimba Hall to-night to discuss the question of altering the name of Gundurimba to Bugden, South Gundurimba to South Bugden, and Gundurimuba Shire to Bugden Shire to perpetuate the memory of the late Pte. P.
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TYKES ON TOUR: Alstonville
Alstonville show grounds 25th - 28th November 2013. Alstonville showground’s is really nothing to write home about, It has a huge shed that you can park under (great for running repairs on your vehicle) or outside grass parking.
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Not just a game | Northern Star
THERE is one thing fanatical Manly supporter Patrick Fitz-Bugden does not want to hear when his beloved Sea Eagles go head to head with the Auckland Warriors.
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Halton Hills Tennis Club’s Junior boys’ team tests out Rexall Centre | Your online newspaper for Georgetown and Acton, Ontario
theifp.ca is your source for what’s on in Georgetown and Acton plus up-to-the-minute news and sports events pulled from the headlines of the Independent Free Press community newspaper.
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Paddy Bugden’s VC on display at Queensland Museum | Far North Coaster Magazine
The Victoria Cross won by Private Paddy Bugden forms part of an exhibition opened at Queensland Museum today. Paddy, whose memory lives on through a statue
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Anzac Day | Mayor Simon Richardson
A moving ceremony this morning at RSL Life care Aged care centre- the Patrick Bugden VC Gardens. The march and service was conducted with respect, unity and emotional reflection.
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Echoes of War: Passchendaele
Menen German Military Cemetery The Menen German war cemetery is a military cemetery in the Belgian town of Menen territory and partly in Wevelgem. 47, 864 German soldiers lie within, making it the largest in Flanders.
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Plenary Summary – November Meeting of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference 2012 « ACBC Media Blog
Mass at Mary MacKillop Chapel AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCE MEETING HELD AT MARY MACKILLOP PLACE, MOUNT STREET, NORTH SYDNEY, NSW 26 – 30 November 2012 The Mass of the Holy Spirit was concelebrated on Tuesday in the chapel of Mary MacKillop Place, North Sydney at 7 am. The President of Conference, Archbishop Denis Hart, was the principal celebrant and preached the homily The President welcomed the observers from the Australian Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes (Catholic Religious Australia) Sr Annette Cunliffe rsc Sr Marion Gambin rsj Rev.
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