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Martin T W   Pte  3176

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


Private Thomas William Martin, circa October 1915.



Martin T W    Pte   3176    Thomas William      23 Inf Bn    28    Labourer    Married    Pres        

Address:    Moonee Ponds, Maribyrnong Rd, 32    

Next of Kin:    Martin, Elizabeth, Mrs, mother, Orbost    

Enlisted:    24 Jul 1915        

Embarked:     A73 Commonwealth 26 Nov 1915    


3176 Cpl T W Martin wrote to the Red Cross Missing and Wounded Enquiry Bureau from Havre on 24 Dec 1916 regarding 3010 Pte W H Aspinall, reported missing at Fleurbaix on 19 July 1916.  Martin reported having seen Aspinall since the 19th July, but it transpired that he had confused him with a brother.  Martin described himself as "formerly 58th Australians, now 15th ALMT Battery, HS Glenart Castle".


Martin later served as a lance sergeant and returned to Australia on 22 December 1918 as a member of the 58th Battalion.


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