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Coote G J  Pte  3710

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


Private George James Coote.

No title (1916, July 29). Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), p. 27. 



Coote G J    Pte    3710    George James        6 In Bn    23    Labourer    Single    R C        

Address:    Newmarket, Railway Pl, 51    

Next of Kin:    Coote, E M, Mrs, mother, 51 Railway Pl, Newmarket    

Enlisted:    7 Jul 1915        

Embarked:     A40 Ceramic 23 Nov 1915 


Relatives on Active Service: 

Coote G W Pte 3711 father


Date of Death: 8/6/16

CWGC: "Son of George William and Ellen Mary Coote, of 51, Railway Place,

Newmarket, Melbourne, Victoria".



The Memorial Plaque for George James Coote, given to his family for remembrance. 

It was colloquially known as the Dead Man's Penny. Courtesy of the Flemington Kensington RSL.




War Service Commemorated

Anzac Honoured Dead 8/6/16


In Memoriam

No entries in The Argus to 1920.


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