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Number Private 5029

Battalion 21st Battalion

Place of Birth Melbourne

Next of Kin His wife Mrs. Grace Hogan of Mt Eccles.
He was the son of Arthur Butler and Agnes Hogan of Mt Eccles

Date and place of enlistment Leongatha 1/3/1916

Physical details on enlistment Age 35 years 11 months,

5' 5", 10 stone, grey eyes and brown hair

Religion Roman Catholic

Occupation Farmer

Date and place of death

He was killed in action on 4/7/1918 at Hamel

Location of grave or memorial

He was buried in the Villers Bretonneux Military Cemetery France

Relationship to Woorayl Shire

He came from Mt Eccles, as did his family

Military History

Son of Arthur Butler Hogan and Agnes Barr Hogan of Mt Eccles. Husband of Grace Hogan of �Hamel� Malvern Ave Roseville NSW
He had a son Ray who was in force in WW11
1/3/16 He enlisted in Leongatha
3/7/16 He embarked Melbourne on the HMAT Ayrshire
2/9/16 He disembarked Plymouth
18/10/16 He was in hospital with influenza at Fargo
12/11/16 He went to France via Folkstone
17/2/17He was ill in hospital in Rouen
He went to England to recover
8/8/17 He rejoined his unit via Le Harve
18/8/17 He rejoined his unit
4/10/17 He was missing in action in Belgium, then not missing
4/7/18 He was killed in action


HOGAN, Arthur

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