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Page history last edited by Lenore Frost 4 years, 2 months ago

Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


Bert McDonald in uniform, 1918.  Courtesy of the McDonald family.


McDonald B K                Bert Kimpton                25    Clerk    Single    Meth        

Address:    Essendon, Hoddle St, 61    

Next of Kin:    McDonald, William R, father, 61 Hoddle St, Essendon    

Enlisted:    1 Mar 1918        

Embarked:     Did not embark     Discharged medically unfit



Bert McDonald from the Moonee-Ponds-Methodist-Football-Club,

1914, courtesy of Val Latimer.



Bert McDonald is on the far left of the front row of the North Essendon Methodist

Cricket Club photo, 1912-1913.  Courtesy of the McDonald family.


Back Row:  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

Middle Row:  1 R McGann, 2 I Ryan, 3 G McRae, 4 T Lumb, 5 G Grimson, 6 V McRae, 7 S Fox.

Front Row: 1 B McDonald, 2 L Baker, 3, 4 I Todd, 5 S Lumb, 6.



The family home at 61 Hoddle Street, Essendon.  It is now demolished.  The street number

would now be in the vicinity of 51 to 53 Hoddle Street.  Courtesy of the McDonald family.



Bert McDonald is in this photo of Grade 5, Essendon State School in 1902. 

Courtesy of the McDonald family.



War Service Commemorated

Moonee Ponds Methodist Church

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