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Pte. William Joseph David Hynes
Australian Imperial Force 37th Btn. A Coy
from:68, Mary St., Preston, Victoria, Australia.
(d.8th Jun 1917)
William Hynes served with the 37th Battalion, he had enlisted in Melbourne in March 1916 giving his name as William Wilson. William embarked from Melbourne onboard HMAT Persic on the 3rd of June 1916. Whilst at Larkhill Camp in England he signed a statuary declaration on the 16th of September 1916 declaring his true name. He lost his life on the 8th of June 1917 and was laid to rest in the Bethleen Farm West Cemetery.
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