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HILL Clarence Juan

Service number 550

Clarence returned to Australia on the 24th June 1917. Discharged in 1919. Clarence, his parents and siblings, immigrated to Australia in 1890.

In 1919 Clarence married Margaret Alice Newbold in Derby, England.

In 1936 Clarence lived in Woods Street, Beaconsfield and his occupation was carrier.

Died on the 10th June 1958 at Caulfield Convalescent Hospital, Kooyong Road, Caulfield, Victoria.

Buried on the 12th June 1958 at Springvale Botanical Cemetery.

Bendigo Advertiser (24th June 1917)

“Australian Imperial Forces.

326th Casualty List.


Clarence Juan Hill.”

Name HILL, Clarence Juan
Service Number 550
Rank Private
Roll 4 Machine Gun Company 2-9 Reinforcements (April-December 1916)
Conflict First World War 1914-1918
Embarked 6thDecember 1916
City Melbourne
Ship HMAT Orsova A67
Age 27 years
Birth Place 6thFebruary 1888, Barrowash, Derbyshire, England
Father Edwin Hill, 142 High Street, St Kilda, Victoria
Mother Mary Hannah (Foden) Hill, 94 Dover Street, Richmond, Victoria
Religion Church of England
Occupation Farm Labourer
Residence Berwick, Victoria
Enlisted 8th October 1916
Height 5 feet, 5 ¾ inches
Complexion Medium; Eyes- Blue; Hair- Brown