Photographed at the Dease Studio, 117 Barrack Street Perth WA
Image courtesy of the State Library of Western Australia: 108296PD

Rank: Private

Regimental Number: 1461

Place of Birth: Perthshire, Scotland

Address: Melville Street, Osborne Park, Perth, Western Australia

Next of Kin: Wife, Mrs Mary Christie,
Melville Street, Osborne Park, Perth,
Western Australia

Enlistment Date: 20 November 1914

Unit Name: 16th Battalion

Date of Death: 2 May 1915

Cause of Death: Killed in Action

Place of Death: Gallipoli, Turkey

Year of Photo: 1914

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Private Christie landed at Gallipoli on the very first Anzac Day 25th April 1915. The Andrew Christie Anzac Cup is presented to a footballer from the Subiaco Football Club on the home ground fixture closest to Anzac Day each year.

"Mr Christie was a prominent member in cricket and football circles being a member of the Subiaco Football Club. He was closely associated with the St Andrew's Presbyterian Church and filled many important offices"
~The Daily News 2nd June 1915 pg.5