Dolan, Sydney Robert

Bank messenger who enlisted as a private in the 7th Field Ambulance and disembarked at Plymouth, England in November 1916 before being sent to Etaples, France. He was admitted to hospital in April 1917 for 'defective vision'. He was reprimanded for absence without leave in August 1917 and February 1918. In February 1919, he was reprimanded for disobedience while on active service, forfeiting 29 days' pay and receiving 28 days labouring duties.

Milestone
Born
Richmond, Victoria
05 Feb 1892
Departed Sydney
HMAT Aeneas
30 Jan 1916
Arrived Sydney
HMAT Konig Friedrich
1919
Died
Sydney
07 Dec 1959
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Dolan, Sidney Robert
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05 Jan 1916 - 25 Sep 1919