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Hardiman K C    Pte    2282

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


All-Australia Memoria Victoria'

p 46


Hardiman K C    Pte    2282    Kevin Coleman        22 Inf Bn       24    Storeman    Single    RC       

Address:    Kensington, Macaulay Rd, 27, Clarence Hotel   

Next of Kin:    Hardiman, Annie, Mrs, Mother, Clarence Hotel, Macauley Rd, Kensington   

Enlisted:    27 Mar 1915       

Embarked:        A20 Hororata 27 Sep 1915


Relatives on Active Service:

Hardiman G P Pte 1951 brother

Hardiman R V Pte 1123  brother



M. Hardiman, licensee of the Clarence Hotel, Kensington, is in receipt of information to the effect that her son, Pte. K. Hardiman, who was recently reported wounded in France, is now out of danger.


SOCIAL BREVITIES. (1917, March 29). The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter (Moonee Ponds, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), p. 3 Edition: Morning.. Retrieved May 6, 2012, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article74602092



HARDIMAN - Parents:  Mrs Hardiman, Kensington.  Sons enlisted:  G P Hardiman, Pte, 7th Batt; b at Kensington, Oct 31, 1895;  educ Christian Brothers Col.; enl Melb Jan 1915.  War service: Egypt; Gallipoli (Lone Pine; wounded Aug 1915, dis med, unfit, Jul 1916.) - K C Hardiman, Pte, 22nd Batt; b at Kensington, July 7, 1892; educ Christian Brothers' Col,; draper:  enl Melb Aug 1915.  War service:  France (wounded Feb 15, 1917; leg amputated.)

All-Australia Memorial Victoria p 46



War Service Commemorated

Essendon Gazette Roll of Honour Wounded

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HARDIMAN. - On the 25th October, at his
mother's residence, 25 Warrick street, Ascotvale,
Kevin Coleman, dearly beloved fifth son of Annie
and the late Michael Joseph Hardiman, aged 37
years, late of 22nd Battalion, A.l.F. 
Requiescat in pace.



HARDIMAN - The friends of Mrs. ANNIE
HARDIMAN of 23 Warrick street, Ascotvale,
are respectfully invited to follow the remains of
her dearly beloved son, Kevin Coleman, to the
place of Interment, Melbourne General Cemetery,
Carlton.  The funeral will leave St. Brendan's Church,

Wellington street, Flemington, THIS DAY (Friday,
26th October.

The Argus 26 October 1928



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