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James Alexander Cormack

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Given name
James Alexander
Family name
Service number
Additional information
Rank (legacy)
Unit at embarkation
2nd Battery 7th Brigade Aus Field Art
Service (legacy)
World War 1
KIA 23/7/1917
Veteran Notes/Bio

Artillery, A.I.F. Killed in Action 23rd July 1917
Son of William and Elizabeth Cormack, Kintore Street, Wahroonga.
He was listed as a Postal Assistant, also a Presbyterian, educated at Warrawee Public School.
He enlisted at 18 years and was killed in action and was buried in the Kandahar Farm Cemetery, NeuveEglise, Heuvelland, WestVaanderen, Belgium, Grave 11.C.7.
On the Wahroonga War Memorial, he is shown as having enlisted in 1915. The honour roll of St. Johns Presbyterian, (now Uniting Church Wahroonga), records that Alexander Cormack was Killed in Action. His name also appears on the Honour Roll at St. Andrews Anglican Church Wahroonga and Warrawee Public School.

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