Benjamin Barrow Lousada #71 1887-1954, eldest son of Edward Charles Lousada, born in Fulham during his parents' 1887 visit to England. During this year was the funeral of Sir Barrow Helbert Ellis, a de Symons cousin of Tryphena Jael Louisa Barrow, mother of Edward Charles. He was a missionary in Africa and a cleric in rural Australia where his views stirred up heated debate wherever he went! Click here to learn more of his career (find Benjamin Barrow Lousada and click on notes for him). He once took 7/19 in a Traralgon cricket game but his team lost. He had no children.   Private Barrow Helbert Ellis Lousada #82 1890-1916 died in the fighting at Mouquet Farm near Pozieres in 1916 and is commemorated at Villers-Bretonneux. Click on the image for a summary of his service and death. Click here for his WW1 enlistment record dated 12 July 1915 and his Military Medal awarded for bravery in a raid at Fromelles in 1916. He is also commemorated on his parents' graveHe was named after Sir Barrow Helbert Ellis #949 1823-87, a de Symons cousin of his paternal grandmother. He was schooled at Traralgon and his profession was farmer.   Edward Charles Hall Lousada #83 1892-1968 served as an Anglican missionary to the indigenous people of the Northern territory in the years around 1920. In 1942, he witnessed the Queen Mary collide with HMS Curacao off Ireland. Later he worked on the water. He had one sonHe was a doting step-granduncle and he loved his Buick!                Aubrey George Lousada #18 1893-1975, ex-soldier, farmer, draughts and bowls player, and local activist. Served in WW1 with AIF at Gallipoli and the Western Front (where his brothers Barrow and Cecil died). A letter of his from Alexandria followed a bullet wound and the bullet was never removed. En route to France his ship was torpedoed and sank in the Bay of Biscay. For his descendants click here. His mother had died before he got home. Barry Smith, a grandson, found many records of the military service of Aubrey, Barrow and Cecil in Australian National Archives and he also recorded some of Aubrey's recollections of WW1 and his lost brothers (find Aubrey George Lousada in our main genealogy and click on notes for him). He rode a horse in WW1 (see our evidence here). Gunner Cecil St Leger Lousada #85 1897-1918 enlisted on 14 May 1915 aged 17. After the death of Barrow, Aubrey, a sergeant, had Cecil moved to the artillery but in vain - Cecil died on 10 Apr 1918 at Querrieu after injury at Corbie-sur-Somme. Click on the image to see a summary of his service. Click here for his Distinguished Service Order award. He also won the Meritorious Service Medal. He is also commemorated on his parents' grave. Click here for some letters about and from him. He was schooled at Toora and his profession was bank clerk; and he appears in the Bank of NSW Roll of Honour. Horace Frank Lousada (1900-89) with his sister-in-law Mary Lousada nee Truscott. He was a missionary in PNG then an Army Chaplain with the 3rd AIF. He discussed family history with Sir Anthony Baruh Lousada in London in 1978. He had 3 children - Cherry, John Baruh and Ann St Leger. He visited the memorial of his brother Barrow and the grave of Cecil in late 1978. Based on his experience in PNG he unsuccessfully submitted an invention in 1943 to the Australian Army for dropping supplies from planes. His recollections were recorded by the Warragul & District Historical Society in 1987.