Their bodies are buried in peace; but their names liveth for evermore.
Their Duty Done
A tribute to the men and women of the East Gippsland Region who Died as a result of their participation in World War One : 1914 - 1919
779 Private James Gall - Sarsfield Died of illness 31 July 1915
….. enlisted with his brother
Many brothers enlisted together as did James and John Joseph Gall. James, at 25, was twelve years younger than John and it was probably a case of “look after your little brother” when they sailed together with the 1 st   Light Horse on 6 February 1915. When James arrived in Egypt he contracted measles  and for a time was a patient in the Heliopolis hospital perhaps even under the care of local girl, Nurse Bicknell, before proceeding to the front. He then became ill with enteric fever (typhoid) and was being evacuated home on the hospital ship Somali when he died and was buried at Pieta Cemetery in Malta. He is remembered on both the Bairnsdale and Sarsfield Honour rolls. His brother John returned home in 1918. 
We have been unable to locate a photograph of Private James Gall, if you know of one, please make contact. Our group would appreciate your assistance.