Randolph Monteith Wylie

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Randolph Monteith Wylie

Service No: 1101
Place Of Birth: Bothwell, TAS, Australia
Place Of Enlistment: Pontville, TAS, Australia
Next Of Kin: Wylie, M (father)

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Embarkation Details 1101

Service No: 1101

Rank: Private

Roll Title: 15 Infantry Battalion (December 1914)

Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918

Date Of Embarkation: 22 December 1914

Place Of Embarkation: Melbourne

Ship Embarked On: HMAT Ceramic A40

Australian War Memorial Embarkation Record

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