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Morris  F  Lieut

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


Morris F    Lieut        Frank              23 Inf Bn    41    Mechanic    Married    C of E       

Address:    Flemington, Shields St, 86   

Next of Kin:    Morris, E E, Mrs, 86 Shields St, Flemington   

Enlisted:    28 Dec 1914       

Embarked:     A14 Euripides 10 May 1915   


Relatives on Active Service:

Morris-F-A-discharged son



Captain Frank Morris, who died on Wed-
nesday at the Essendon emergency hospital,
was invalided from Gallipoli in February,
1916. He was captain in the 23rd Battalion,
A.I.F. Before the war he had had a long
military experience. He was for 11½  
years in the Garrison Artillery, and was a
lieutenant with the 61st Battalion Senior
Cadets. He commanded "A" sub-command
guard at Queenscliff in 1915 before embarka-
tion for the front. Since his return he had 
been area officer at North Melbourne, and CO.
58th Battalion, Senior Cadets. At the time of
his death he was an inspector under the
Width of Tyres Act for the Country Roads
2 August 1919  




MORRIS. In honourable memory of our comrade,

Captain Frank Morris, who died at Essendon

Emergency Hospital on July 30, 1919, (Inserted by

the 23rd Battalion Association.)

Family Notices. (1919, August 2). The Argus

 (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), p. 13.



War Service Commemorated

St George's Anglican Church

Regimental Register

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