Wartime death honoured: family pays tribute to the uncle they never knew

By Janice Harris
Updated April 14 2015 - 9:38pm, first published 5:00pm
REMEMBERING UNCLE NORMAN: Graeme Trethewey and his aunt Merle Barrett with the memorial plaque presented to their family by the Australian Government in remembrance of Norman Thomas Trethewey who died of his wounds on the Western Front in World War I. Photo: JUDE KEOGH. 0406anzacplaque2

THE Trethewey family treasure a circular bronze plate with the inscription of the name of Norman Thomas Trethewey, one of their forebears who died from wounds received on a battlefield in Belgium in World War I.



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