MICHAEL JOYCE. PHILIP PHELAN.  WILLIAM WINTER

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MICHAEL JOYCE. PHILIP PHELAN. WILLIAM WINTER

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E. EA. A. 666. Michael JOYCE. Private 12138, Private, 1st Essex Regiment. Died 27th September 1915. From Cork Ireland.

E. EA. A. 666 Philip PHELAN. Private 8/1599 Otago Regiment. New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Son of Mrs F Phelan Fox Street, Cobden, Greymouth, New Zealand. Died 30th September 1915.

E. EA. A. 666 William WINTER. Private 770, 20th Australian Infantry. He enlisted at Liverpool, New South Wales 30th March 1915 aged 22 and 11 months, occupation, baker. He was born at Brisbane, Queensland. His brother, A Winter of Dunow Street, Brisbane later at Christchurch, New Zealand, was his next of kin. He was shot and wounded in chest and right lung at Gallipoli 24th September 1915 and treated the same day 13th Casualty Clearing Station, Mudros. He was invalided to Malta and admitted into St Elmo’s Hospital in Malta 1st October 1915 from Hospital Ship, Gloucester Castle. Died of his wounds 3rd October 1915.

All at rest in Addolorata Cemetery, Malta. Division E. Row EA. Grave A666.

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