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MADDOCKS Alfred Edward Leslie

Service number V80242

In 1924 Les worked as a gardener and lived in Telegraph Road, Beaconsfield. He married Ina Isabelle Forscutt. They moved to Bradley Street, Newport, Victoria. Les was then employed as a petroleum pump system operator. His employment would have involved the functioning of the equipment, including pumps, valves and to check temperatures, ensuring all meters were working correctly.

Died on the 26thJanuary 1979 at Newport, Victoria.

Cremated on the 30thJanuary 1979 at Fawkner Cemetery, Victoria.

Name MADDOCKS, Alfred Edward Leslie
Service Number V80242
Rank Private
Roll Recruit Depot Battalion
Conflict First World War 1914-1918
Embarked None
City None
Ship None
Age 19 years
Birth Place 8thMarch 1899, Melbourne East, Victoria
Father Edward George Maddocks
Mother Emily Kate (Densley) Maddocks, Melbourne Street, Murrumbeena, Victoria
Religion Church of England
Occupation Farm Hand
Residence Murrumbeena, Victoria
Enlisted 4thJune 1918
Height 5 feet, 4 inches
Complexion Fresh; Eyes- Grey; Hair- Dark Brown