Alfred Winckel

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Alfred Otto Winckel
Australian Army Rising Sun Badge 1904.png
Prior occupation(s) Engine driver
Born Ninnes, S.A.
Enlisted 22 February 1916 ,
aged 21 years, 1 month
Died 6 November 1917
near Passchendaele, Belgium
Cause of death 44th Casualty Clearing Station, from wounds sustained on 6 November 1917
Religion Church of England
Length of service 1 year, 8 months, 14 days
Rank Private
Service number 5453
Unit 10th Battalion,
17th Reinforcement
Memorials
Next of kin Mrs Frances Hannah (Anna) Winckel (mother)
Relations Frederick Otto Winckel (father)
Frances Ellen Winckel (sister)
Websites AWM - Roll of Honour
ADFA - The AIF Project
NAA - Discovering Anzacs


Life

Legacy

Alfred Winckel was nominated for the Workers' Memorial by the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen Association as one of the eight trade unionists who had been killed in World War I.

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Family Notices