Edward Ernest DUNDAS

DUNDAS, Edward Ernest

Service Number: 2113
Enlisted: Not yet discovered
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 8th Light Horse Regiment
Born: Ulster, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, date not yet discovered
Home Town: St Kilda East, Port Phillip, Victoria
Schooling: Portora Royal School, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
Occupation: Grazier
Died: New Zealand, 3 April 1955, cause of death not yet discovered, age not yet discovered
Cemetery: Hokitika Municipal Cemetery, Westland District, West Coast, New Zealand
Block RSA No.1, Plot 128
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World War 1 Service

7 Apr 1916: Involvement Private, 2113, 8th Light Horse Regiment, --- :embarkation_roll: roll_number: '2' embarkation_place: Melbourne embarkation_ship: HMAT Barunga embarkation_ship_number: A43 public_note: ''
7 Apr 1916: Embarked Private, 2113, 8th Light Horse Regiment, HMAT Barunga, Melbourne

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Biography contributed by Geoffrey Gillon

Enlistment date-12 October 1915
Place of enlistment-Melbourne, Victoria

8th Light Horse Regiment, 15th Reinforcement.

Address-'Roscor', Alma Road, East St Kilda, Victoria

Age at embarkation-19
AWM Embarkation Roll number-10/13/4
Embarkation details
Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A43 Barunga on 7 April 1916

8th Light Horse Regiment

Discharged 8 October 1919

Next of kin
Father, Robert W Dundas, 'Roscor House', Belleck, County Fermough, Ireland.

NAA: B2455, DUNDAS Edward Ernest

He is remembered, along with Edwin Vere Proctor [21st Battalion, C Company] on the Portora Great War Roll of Honour at Enniskillen, Portora Royal School.

Also on this Great War Roll of Honour, are Australian soldiers, F.C. Crossle and J. de C. Harrison 





Biography contributed by Geoffrey Gillon

Also on this Great War Roll of Honour, are F.C. Crossle and Captain John de Courcy Harrison who served with the 10th Infantry Battalion in WWI, but no record of Australian soldier, F.C. Crossle has been found.

Biography contributed by Geoffrey Gillon

He later lived in New Zealand and served with New Zealand forces in WWII. Died aged 59.