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Pte. Maurice Surrey "R.E.Sanders" Dane
Australian Imperial Forces 37th Btn.
from:Kentish Town, England
(d.8th Jun 1917)
Maurice Dane was the son of Mrs. Ellen Marian Surrey Dane, of 20A, Lissenden Mansions, Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London, England. He served with the AIF under the name of R.E.Sanders and lost his life on the 8th of June 1917 during the Battle of Messines. He was 21 years old and is believed to be buried at Bethleem Farm Cemetery in Belgium where his name is commemorated on a special memorial.
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