Archibald Maltman MCINTYRE

MCINTYRE, Archibald Maltman

Service Number: 7089
Enlisted: 3 September 1917, Brisbane
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 25th Infantry Battalion
Born: Liverpool, England, 19 September 1887
Home Town: Eumundi, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
Schooling: Grammar School, Malpas, Cheshire, England
Occupation: Fitter & Turner
Died: Machine Gun Fire With Bullet Penetrating His Stomach, France, 4 July 1918, aged 30 years
Cemetery: Crucifix Corner Cemetery
Plot 7, Row C, Grave 15, Crucifix Corner Cemetery, Picardie, France
Tree Plaque: Eumundi Avenue of Honour
Memorials: Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Eumundi & District Roll of Honour, Nambour Heroes Walk, Nambour Maroochy Shire War Dead Memorial
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World War 1 Service

3 Sep 1917: Enlisted AIF WW1, Private, 7089, 25th Infantry Battalion, Brisbane
16 Nov 1917: Involvement Private, 7089, 25th Infantry Battalion
16 Nov 1917: Embarked Private, 7089, 25th Infantry Battalion, SS Canberra, Sydney

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Biography contributed by Elizabeth Allen

Archibald Maltman McINTYRE was born on 19th September, 1887 in Liverpool, England

His parents were Archibald Malcolm McINTYRE and Charlotte Eliza SWINNERTON who married in Liverpool on 6th December, 1875

He arrived in Brisbane on 28th July, 1910 on the ship SS Everton Grange

He enlisted in Brisbane on 3rd September, 1917 and embarked on 16th November, 1917 from Sydney on the SS Canberra with the 25th Infantry Battalion, 21st reinforcements

Archibald was Killed in Action due to machine gun fire with a bullet penetrating his stomach - he was buried where he fell and reburied in Crucifix Corner Cemetery