Colleen Hurley and Iris Paulson discussed their grandfather’s service with the 4th and 11th Light Horse during World War 1. Private Frank Fisher enlisted in 1917, and served in the Middle East. Frank was born in Claremont in Queensland and lived on the Cherbourg Mission, working there as a stockman before enlistment, and as a mediator after returning in 1919, with a limp that his family attribute to wounding in the war. Frank died aged 56 in 1936, and his family express a great deal of pride in his war time service and have done some of their own research in Brisbane and Canberra on the details of his service. Also discussed in the interview briefly are cousin Cecil Fisher who served in the Korean War, and Colleen Hurley’s father in law Archie Driscoll, who served with the Army at Tobruk in World War 2.