Henry (Harry) Stanley Angell was the sixth of twelve children (fourth son) of William Angell and Barbara Ellen Angell (nee Rhodes)
Born in Kew, Victoria, he enlisted 17 Aug 1914, aged 22 years, single, 6ft tall and weighing 171 lbs, with fair complexion, blue eyes and fair hair.
At the time he was living at 45 Gladstone Street Kew, and his mother was listed as next of kin. He later lived at Trafalgar Street, Brighton.
He had had four years previous naval service.
With the 6th Infantry Battalion Pte No 283 Harry Angell embarked on HMAT Hororata A20 on 19 Oct 1914.
He was wounded and reported missing in action at Gallipoli and a Court of Enquiry on 26 Apr 1916 pronounced that he had been killed on 25 Apr1915.
There is no known grave, but he is remembered on the Lone Pine Memorial, Panel 26; on the Honour Roll at the Australian War Memorial (Panel 45); on the Memorial Plaque to Bayside’s Fallen, Green Point,
Brighton Beach, Victoria; and in the Brighton Avenue of Honour on Point Nepean Road (Nepean Highway) and North Road, Brighton, Victoria.