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David Leo Dorgan

Name on Board DL Dorgan
Name on Service
Records
David Leo  Dorgan
Enlistment Age 19
Occupation Clerk, Andrew Jack, Dyson and Co.
Place of Birth Williamstown, Vic
Next of Kin Daniel David and Mary Elizabeth Dorgan
Address 38 Elizabeth St, North Williamstown, Vic
Marital Status S
Enlistment Date 28/06/1915
Service No. 2813
Enlistment Place Melbourne, Vic
Embarkation Place Melbourne
Embarkation Date 10/09/1915
Embarkation Ship HMAT Star of Victoria A16
Unit on Embarkation 5th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of Death 25/07/1916
Unit on Death 6th Australian Infantry Battalion
Rank on Death Private
Cause of Death KIA
Place of Wounding/
Death
Initially buried in the vicinity of Pozieres (No known grave)
Cemetery or Memorial Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, Picardie, France
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Additional Information

David Leo Dorgon attended St Marys School, Cecil St, Williamstown.
He was a clerk at Andrew Jack, Dyson and Co., whole sale stationers and printers manufacturer of Melbourne.

Brother: John W Dorgan (2355) enlisted in the 2nd Pioneer Battalion on 31 January 1916 and returned to Australia in December 1917.

Additional References

Williamstown Chronicle, Saturday19 and 26 August 1916, p2

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