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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


Quinn F G    Pte 64543    Frederick George          6 GSR*    19    Insurance Inspector    Single    C of E      

Address:    Ascot Vale, Leonard's Cres, 101    

Next of Kin:    Quinn, C, father, 101 Leonard's Cres, Ascot Vale    

Enlisted:    11 May 1918        

Embarked:     SS Port Darwin 14 Sep 1918 (Sydney)

Prior service: Senior Cadets, 58B Ascot Vale, 

Citizen Forces, 58th Infantry, 12 months 


*General Service Reinforcements


Relatives on Active Service:

Quinn-S-C-Driver-2888 brother


Stanley Quinn, the eldest son of the Flemington trainer,

C. Quinn, was one of the first to leave Melbourne on active

service, and he has been always in the fighting line ever

since in Gallipoli and France. His other brother, Fred, had

for a considerable time been desirous of following him,

and he duly enlisted last week. Good luck to them. 


Court and Other Echoes. (1918, May 18).

Sporting Judge (Melbourne, Vic. : 1914 - 1918),

p. 2. Retrieved October 27, 2015, from



Stanley's father Charles was a jockey and Flemington trainer:




From the PEGS archives:

Fred: (possibly) 1914 Upper Fourth Form


War Service Commemorated

St Thomas' Grammar School

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