- Recieved extensive second degree burns as a result of an accidental plane crash (American Bomber loaded with petrol and bombs) on awaiting troops ready for deployment. Died after admission to hospital.
- GAMBRILL -In loving memory of NX89776, L./ Cpl. Allan Wesley Gambrill , 2/33 Inf. Btn., accidentally killed in New Guinea September 7, 1943. Fondest thoughts by his loving sister Molly, and father W.C.Gambrill. Freemans Reach, Windsor. Source: The Sydney Morning Herald, Page 10, 7 Sep 1933.
GAMBRILL - NX89776, L./Cpl, Allan Gambrill, 2/33 Btn., died of injuries accidentally received September 7 1943. Beloved nephew of Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Jones, and cousin of Rona, Charles (ret., N.G) and Ron. Lower Portland , also dear nephew of Miss Ethel Gambrill of Cremorne. Source: The Sydney Morning Herald, Page 10, 7 Sep 1933. 
- Our sincere condolences are offered to the retatives of Pte. Allan Wesley Gambrill, who were advised on Monday that he had died on the previous day as a result of injuries accidentally received at a northern battle station. The only son of Mr. W. Garmbrill and the late Mrs. Gambrill, of Freeman's Reach, the late Pte. Gambill was a popular young man of unusual promise, and Mondays news came as a sad experience indeed to his many district friends. Source - Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 15 Sep 1943, Page 2. 
- GAMBRILL - September 8, 1943, accidentally killed in New Guinea. NX89776, Private Allan Wesley, dearly loved brother of Molly and son of W.C.Gambrill, Freemans Reach, Windsor NSW.