A.C.H. Gibbs

A. C. H Gibbs
Second Lieutenant A.I.F.

 There is no known commemoration for this soldier.  His inclusion in the web site because his parents at the time of the 1st WW were living in the cemetery lodge.  Research into his life is on going.

Gibbs ACH photo

 Sec. Lieut. A.C.H. Gibbs  was a member of the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.)  He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs, of the Cemetery Lodge, London Rd. Reading.

The Standard of 24th November 1917 – carried the notification that he was a Prisoner of War having been previously reported as missing.  He had been a former clerk in the Reading County Court.  Lieutenant  Gibbs had emigrated to Australia, from Reading,  where he held the position of Clerk to Shire Council at Roma, Queensland.   He had enlisted in 1915 and obtained his commission in Australia.