1. Reginald Wigmore Gaby 1876 - 1971 m Mary Bald
2. Ernest Alfred Gaby 1877 - 1971 m Hilda Blee
3. Emily Gaby 1879 - 1888
4. Louis Gaby 1881 - 1886
5. Frank Gaby 1884 - 1943
6. Charles Gaby 1886 - 1970 m Lily Hannan
7. Ellen Harriet Gaby 1888 - 1969 m William Roy Marsden
8. Thomas Bowden Gaby 1890 - 1982 m Florence Anderson
9. Alfred Edward Gaby 1892 - 1918
10. Percy Frederick Gaby 1894 - 1971 m Lois Vera McLaren
The large-scale action in which he won his Victoria Cross was one of the most successful that Australians were ever engaged in. During the advance, in a lone attack, he got through the barbed-wire and drove the enemy off, capturing four machine-guns and 50 men. He then led the company on to its objective. Three days later, while walking along the line to encourage his men, he was killed by a sniper.
Born in Tasmania, Gaby worked as a farmer and then a labourer before enlisting in the Australian Imperial Force in 1916 and volunteering to serve overseas. Serving initially in the ranks, Gaby was quickly promoted, having previously served as a part-time soldier before the war, and was commissioned in 1917. He was one of 64 Australians to receive the award for their actions during the First World War, receiving it for his actions during an attack around Villers-Bretonneux in France during the Battle of Amiens that took place at the start of the Allied Hundred Days Offensive. He was killed three days later, at the age of 26, while leading another attack around Lihons.