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Private 519

21th Battalion

Melbourne, Victoria

His mother, Mrs. Daisy Cashin of Tarwin Lower, widow

Boolarra 13/1/1915

Age 21 years and 2 months, 5'7", 144 pounds, and light brown eyes

Church of England

Farm hand

He was missing in action on 3/5/1917 at Bullecourt and dead at a Court of Enquiry held on 20/7/1917.

He has no known grave and is remembered on the Memorial at Villers Bretonneux

He was from Tarwin Lower

He is on the Meeniyan Honour Roll
13/1/15 He enlisted in Boolarra
10/5/15 He embarked Melbourne on HMAT Ulysses
29/8/15 He was at Gallipoli
1/1/16 He had mumps and was admitted to the General Hospital Mudros
He was ill in Heliopolis and Giza Egypt
31/5/16 He embarked Alexandria
5/6/16 He disembarked Marseilles
20/11/16 He went to France having been in England
27/1/17 He joined units
In March he suffered from exhaustion
31/3/17 He rejoined his battalion
3/5/17 He was missing in action
20/7/17 He is declared to have been killed in action on 3/5/17 by a Court of Inquiry
7/8/21 Mrs. Cashin wrote asking for the location of his grave.
Daisy asks for a pension as a widow and a mother of a dead soldier
He is remembered on Villers Bretonneux Memorial



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TAYLOR, Henry Charles

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