Did you know that the first airman killed in military flying training in Australia (1917) aged 22 is not commemorated on the CWGC database however he is remembered on the Roll of Honour. He was flying one of the first "Maurice Farman Shorthorns" introduced into service with the Australian Flying Corps (AFC) at Point Cook in 1916. My research uncovered this error and I have taken steps with the CWGC representative in the United Kingdom to ensure that his commemoration is added, even though 91 years have now past. (19/11/1917) He was killed at Werribee near Point Cook Air Base in Victoria . His body was returned home from Melbourne to Sydney for burial. I applied for his death certificate which showed his final resting place. I thought I would send an email to the cemetery with an explanation and ask if there were any details they could supply me about where exactly he is buried so I could get my nephew to take a photo. The reply was a list of charges for disclosing that type of information! Sounded like "Tell someone who cares"!