Corporal Ernest Frederick Clayton

Australian Infantry, A.I.F.

Died: Sunday 29 July 1917 (aged 21)

Connected records

Record:
CLAYTON, ERNEST FREDERICK
Additional information:
Son of Amy Clayton, of Main St., Greensborough, Victoria, Australia. Native of Talbot, Victoria.
Cemetery:
KANDAHAR FARM CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
II. F. 8.
Country:
Belgium

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Record identifier:
People (P10836489)
Name recorded:
Private Ernest Frederick Clayton 69
Unit:
39th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of enlistment:
4 March 1916
Date of fate:
29 July 1917
Record identifier:
First World War Nominal Roll (R2299453)
Name recorded:
Private Clayton, Ernest Frederick 69
Unit:
39th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
First World War Embarkation Roll (R1943262)
Name recorded:
Private Clayton, Ernest Frederick 69
Unit:
Record identifier:
People (P10546537)
Name recorded:
Private Ernest Frederick Clayton 69
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
27 May 1916
Record identifier:
People (P10316601)
Name recorded:
Corporal Ernest Frederick Clayton 69
Unit:
39th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of death:
29 July 1917
Record identifier:
Roll of Honour (R1713299)
Name recorded:
Corporal Clayton, Ernest Frederick 69
Unit:
39th Australian Infantry Battalion
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Name:
Lieutenant J G Clayton
Context:
joined
Date:
31 Jul 1917
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: 2 Life Guards (page 194)