At the moment I am putting together some information on the 40 or so young men who were born in the little hamlet of Cargo, NSW and enlisted in the Great War. Cargo was not a place of enlistment and some or most of these men walked or joined marches to enlist many miles from home. My very first soldier on my list joined up leaving a wife and three children. Im not too sure yet if he deserted her to do it but his records show that he did desert his service when in England recovering from a knee injury. Injured not as a result of his war effort. He was missing for 3 years and as a consequence his wife divorced him and his war medals were retained. So, what do I write about him. I feel I should not elaborate too much as I don't wish to upset any of his descendants, although the records are there on line for all and sundry to read. After finding that out of the four so far that I have researched, two were KIA and another died of his injuries, there he is living it up in England. Do I just gloss over him and any others who may have done the same? Considering the size of Cargo, 40 men to enlist was well above the average per capita.