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    Posted: 02 Apr 2012 at 12:05
The following picture shows Private Gill's incription in the Commemorative Area of the Australian War Memorial.
 


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Private Frank Morley Gill, Service No: 188, "C" Section 3rd Field Ambulance, A.A.M.C. A.I.F.
Age: 22 Date of Death: 22/08/1915 Cause: Killed in action.
Family notes: Son of James and Mary Ann Gill, of The Birches, Congresbury, Somerset, England.
 
Other Notes The 3rd Field Ambulance War Diary for 22/8/1915 shows the following in relation to Private Gill's death;
 
   "Killed - Shrapnel wound of head. This man was killed in his dugout when partaking in in
    evening his meal. Buried in Anzac Beach Cemetery."
 
Grave Reference II. F. 17. Beach Cemetery, Anzac.Additional Information:
Other memorials: Private Frank Morley Gill's name is located at panel 182 in the Commemorative Area at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra Australia.
 
His CWGC entry may be viewed here;
 
His AWM entry may be viewed here;
 
The above photograph (along with others which will be posted soon) was generously donated by Mr. David Wookey. Frank Morley was Mr. Wookey's grandfather's brother.
 
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