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Green A V    A-g Cpl    1011

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918

                    FIGHTS FOR THE FLAG

                  CORPORAL VICTOR GREEN

                               Winner 1 Aug 1917

Green A V    A-g Cpl    1011    Albert Victor            36 Aust Heavy Artillery Group    26    Soldier    Single    C of E       

Address:    Queenscliff, Barracks   

Next of Kin:    Green, John, father, 60 Wellington St, Flemington   

Enlisted:    27 Apr 1917       

Embarked:     SS Indarra 26 Nov 1917   




One of the must promising pedestrians of a few seasons back was Corporal Victor Green, who is now at the front with the Australian Forces. He won a number of races at Gurney's Flemington running grounds, and sprinting handicaps at Shepparton, Frankston, Paynesville and other Victorian centres.  


Corporal Green, who is 26 years of age, enlisted at Queenscliff over a year ago, and received his first stripe after two months' training, and a month later earned the gunlayer's badge. He is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. Green, of Flemington, and a nephew of Constable J. Kelly, officer in charge of Marong police station.


PEDESTRIAN AND PATRIOT. (1917, August 1). Winner (Melbourne, Vic. : 1914 - 1917), p. 8. Retrieved September 18, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article154546600





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Flemington Branch ANA

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