Arthur William ALLMOND


ALLMOND, Arthur William

Service Number: 3359
Enlisted: 16 September 1916, Adelaide,South Australia
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 50th Infantry Battalion
Born: Durham,England, 1872
Home Town: Magill, Campbelltown, South Australia
Schooling: Public School,South Australia
Occupation: Postal Employee
Died: Killed in action, Belgium, 26 September 1917
Cemetery: No known grave - "Known Unto God"
Memorials: Adelaide National War Memorial (South Australia), Adelaide Postmaster General's Department WWI Honour Board , Menin Gate Memorial (Commonwealth Memorial to the Missing of the Ypres Salient)*, Rose Park Memorial Trees* , Rose Park M To the Fallen - Burnside District*
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World War 1 Service

16 Sep 1916: Enlisted Australian Army, Adelaide,South Australia
10 Feb 1917: Involvement Australian Army, Private, SN 3359, 50th Infantry Battalion, Third Ypres
10 Feb 1917: Embarked Australian Army, Private, SN 3359, 50th Infantry Battalion, HMAT Seang Bee, Adelaide

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Husband of Katie Anne ALLMOND

Arthur Allmond was only in the field for approximately 1 month before he was killed in action. He joined his battalion the 50th on August 25th 1917 and was killed in action on September 26th 1917. According to records he was buried near Westhoek, 2 miles SW of Zonnebeke. Due to the German advance and constant shelling the grave was subsequently lost. At this time the 50th was in action at Polygon Wood and it is assumed that he was lost in this battle.

Like many AIF men he was found guilty of being AWL on August 20th and lost 2 days pay as a result.