Kenneth Wilfred NOBLE

NOBLE, Kenneth Wilfred

Service Number: S10115
Enlisted: 13 March 1941, Noarlunga, South Australia
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 88 ASD Platoon
Born: Port Pirie, South Australia, 30 April 1915
Home Town: McLaren Vale, Onkaparinga, South Australia
Schooling: Clements Gap & Napperby Schools
Occupation: Builder
Died: Port Pirie, South Australia, 16 September 1957, aged 42 years, cause of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: Port Pirie General Cemetery, South Australia
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World War 2 Service

13 Mar 1941: Involvement Private, SN S10115, 88 ASD Platoon
13 Mar 1941: Enlisted Noarlunga, South Australia
13 Mar 1941: Enlisted Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Private, SN S10115
29 Mar 1946: Discharged
29 Mar 1946: Discharged Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Private, SN S10115

My Uncle Ken

My Uncle Ken passed away on September 16, 1957. I was born 26th November 1959, and named Anthony Kenneth Noble, and I grew up known as Kenny (using my second name - being named after this great bloke.)

Uncle ken was a builder of anything. Most of his activities were in the District of Napperby, just east of Port Pirie in the foot hills of the Flinders Ranges were he was born to Richard Percival Noble and Johanna Ruby Noble (nee Gates), the eldest of 6 siblings;

Kenneth Wilfred Noble
Verna Jean Budd(nee Noble)
Doreen Elva Franks (nee Noble)
Lewis Leburn Noble
John Maxwell Noble (uncle Jack)
Clyde Arnold Noble (My Dad)

As a builder he kept a Journal which is in my possession, and even though I never met him I use to always look up to him.
The main photo attached hung in the lounge room at my parent's home in Napperby.

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