Also named on Toowoomba Mothers’ Memorial.
Lachlan Tuesley was in Egypt with the 2nd Remount Unit to look after and train horses of the Australian Light Horse Brigade. In March 1916 he was kicked by a horse and spent six weeks in hospital at Maadi. He returned to Australia in June when the unit was disbanded and joined the Home Service Corps as a guard. While on home leave in Toowoomba in late February 1917 he became ill and died a few days later. He was buried with full military honours. He was survived by his wife and their five children.