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Record:
WYLIE, FRANK
Additional information:
Cemetery:
VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

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Name recorded:
Wylie, F
Memorial:
Frizinghall WW1 Memorial Organ And Plaque (WMR 28445)
Location:
Frizinghall, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Wylie, F
Memorial:
Bloomfield Presbyterian Church; WW1 (WMR 6343)
Location:
Belfast, Antrim
Record identifier:
People (P10808636)
Name recorded:
Private Frank Wylie 4916
Unit:
50th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of enlistment:
24 November 1915
Date of fate:
4 September 1916
Record identifier:
First World War Nominal Roll (R2270796)
Name recorded:
Private Wylie, Frank 4916
Unit:
50th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
People (P10501030)
Name recorded:
Private Frank Wylie 4916
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
9 March 1916
Record identifier:
First World War Embarkation Roll (R1897755)
Name recorded:
Private Wylie, Frank 4916
Unit:
Record identifier:
People (P10283713)
Name recorded:
Private Frank Wylie 4916
Unit:
50th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of death:
4 September 1916
Record identifier:
Roll of Honour (R1680411)
Name recorded:
Private Wylie, Frank 4916
Unit:
50th Australian Infantry Battalion
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Name:
Second Lieutenant Wylie
Context:
other
Date:
2 Sep 1916
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 1 Battalion South Wales Borderers (page 499)