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Born at Toodyay, Western Australia.<ref name="WarRecord" />
 
Born at Toodyay, Western Australia.<ref name="WarRecord" />
 
He was living at Rose Cottage in Toodyay (with his mother; his father was deceased) when he enlisted on 18 January 1916.<ref name="WarRecord" />
 
He was living at Rose Cottage in Toodyay (with his mother; his father was deceased) when he enlisted on 18 January 1916.<ref name="WarRecord" />
At that time he was aged 38 and 7 months, and was working as a Telephone Linesman.<ref name="WarRecord" />
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At that time he was aged 38 and 7 months, 5'6½", weighed 140 lbs, and was working as a Telephone Linesman.<ref name="WarRecord" /> He had brown eyes and black hair.<ref name="WarRecord" />
His military service number was 1646.<ref name="WarRecord" />
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Joined 51st Battalion AIF, leaving Australia on 17 April 1916 on board [[wikidata:Q67194653|HMAT A60 ''Aeneas'']]. His military service number was 1646.<ref name="WarRecord" /> Departed Alexandria 6 June, arrived Plymouth 16 June.
 
He was killed in France on 3 September 1916.<ref name="WarRecord">National Archives of Australia, item B2455, DONEGAN H J.
 
He was killed in France on 3 September 1916.<ref name="WarRecord">National Archives of Australia, item B2455, DONEGAN H J.
 
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Brother: J.F. Donegan of 110 Rupert Street, Subiaco.<ref name="WarRecord" />
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Brother: [[J.F. Donegan]] of 110 Rupert Street, Subiaco.<ref name="WarRecord" />
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Anglican.<ref name="WarRecord" />
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:03, 8 September 2019

Herbert James Donegan
(c.1868 Toodyay, Western Australia – 1916 France)
Birth: 1868-07-03, Toodyay, Western Australia
Death: 1916-09-03
Parents: Charlotte Donegan
Siblings: Herbert James Donegan (c.1868 Toodyay, Western Australia – 1916 France)
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Born at Toodyay, Western Australia.[1] He was living at Rose Cottage in Toodyay (with his mother; his father was deceased) when he enlisted on 18 January 1916.[1] At that time he was aged 38 and 7 months, 5'6½", weighed 140 lbs, and was working as a Telephone Linesman.[1] He had brown eyes and black hair.[1] Joined 51st Battalion AIF, leaving Australia on 17 April 1916 on board HMAT A60 Aeneas. His military service number was 1646.[1] Departed Alexandria 6 June, arrived Plymouth 16 June. He was killed in France on 3 September 1916.[1]

Brother: J.F. Donegan of 110 Rupert Street, Subiaco.[1]

Anglican.[1]

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