|GOLDSACK MEN WHO SERVED THE COMMONWEALTH DURING THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918|
|British Cemetery at Verdun c. 1918|
|The Commonwealth War Graves Commission Lists 14 Goldsack Men who gave their lives for their Country. To date, 10 of those men have been connected to my Goldsack research.|
|Private ROY FREDERICK GOLDSACK, son of Henry Goldsack, Reigate, Surrey. Died: Sunday June 30, 1918, aged 20.
Private JOHN GEORGE WILLIAM GOLDSACK, son of John George and Jane elizabeth Goldsack, Eltham, London. Died: Sunday September 29, 1918, aged 23.
Private GEORGE GOLDSACK, son of Edward Henry and Ada Goldsack, Newton In Makerfield, Lancashire. Died: Thursday October 12, 1916, aged 18.
Private WILLIAM GOLDSACK, son of George William and Isabel Goldsack, Dover. Died: Sunday September 26, 1915, aged 24.
Private THOMAS TINDALL GOLDSACK, son of Thomas William and Maria Louisa Goldsack, Crossways, Surrey. Died: Saturday September 25, 1915, aged 26.
Private STEPHEN EDWARD GOLDSACK, son of Stephen and Ellen Goldsack, Folkestone. Died: Tuesday July 4, 1916, aged 37.
Private ALFRED GEORGE GOLDSACK, son of William George and Lucy Goldsack, Canterbury. Died: Saturday May 1, 1915, aged 25. (NZEF)
Private EDWARD JOHN GOLDSACK, son of Henry and Ellen Goldsack, Dover. Died: Friday August 10, 1917, aged 29.
Petty Officer (1st Class) ALBERT JOHN GOLDSACK, son of Henry and Sarah Ann Goldsack. Died: Thursday December 5, 1918, aged 41. (HMS"Victory")
Troop Baker STANLEY GORDON GOLDSACK, son of John Thomas Samuel and Julia Goldsack, St. Margaret's At Cliffe. Died: Wednesday January 30, 1918, aged 27. Mercantile Marine, SS "Minnetonka". Lost at Sea.
|Unlinked Goldsack's who died for their Country.|