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FROSTROP Patrick John
6258
Private
15 Battalion
20 Reinforcement
Kureelpa, Nambour
Yes
18 October 1884
Mackay, Qld
27 March 1916
HMAT A46 Clan Magillivray
7 September 1916
Brisbane

QER 1915 Labourer living at Kureelpa via Nambour
7/9/16- Overseas - 1/11/16 - Plymouth 16/11/16 - Training Rolestone - 21/12/16 - Sailed for France per Princess Clementina 22/12/16 Estaples - 31/12/16 - Proceeded to 15th Batt - 6/1/17 - 15th Batt to 20th Reinforcement - 3/2/17 Wounded in Action - GSW Left Leg & Foot - transferred to England per Australia - 25/2/17 - Admitted 3rd L.G.H. Wandsworth - 24/4/17 - transferred to Brookland ,Weybridge 8/3/17 - admitted1st ADH Sick Whilston sick whilst on furlo Bulfor- 23/6/17 - Admitted Headquarters Sick Bulfor - 29/5/17-Proceeded OS to France per Downes via Southampton - 8/6/17 - 4th ADBD from England - 23/6/17 - to 15th Battalion - 22/6/17- Rejoined Battalion -7/7/17- Transferred 13 Field Amb - DIORRHOEA TFD sick to Hospital - 14/7/17 Back to duty - Rejoined Battalion - 15/12/1917 - Sick to Hospital - Septic Right Foot - 15/1/18 AIBD from Hospital M 1 - 2/2/18 To Unit M O CO b213 Rejoined 15th Battalion - Killed in Action

General information
Patrick was the son of Andrew Frostrop & Bridgett Annie Mulherin - His father passed away 7th June,1888 leaving his mother to cope with 3 small children aged 4,2, 3 1/2 months. Eventually his mother was admitted to Goodna Asylum where she died 17th June, 1892 aged 36 years. Patrick's grandparents Hans & Mette Frostrop raised him from the aged of 2. He was a member of the Mackay Rifles for 3 Years

  • Somme
  • Western Front
FROSTROP Patrick John
FROSTROP Patrick John
Killed in action
Did not return
17 August 1918
Somme France
32 years
Heath Cemetary (Plot 1V, row C Grave no 1 Harbonnieres France

Australian War Memorial - Roll of Honor - Panel 75

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