Clement Cleveland BELYEA

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BELYEA, Clement Cleveland

Service Number: VX133995
Enlisted: 1 March 1943, In the Field, WA
Last Rank: Warrant Officer Class 1
Last Unit: Army Ordnance Corps AIF
Born: Colac, Victoria, Australia, 20 December 1903
Home Town: Colac, Colac-Otway, Victoria
Schooling: Unknown
Occupation: Clerk & Agent
Died: Illness, Victoria, 18 September 1946, aged 42 years
Cemetery: Colac General Cemetery
Methodist, Section 14, Grave 53
Memorials: Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour
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World War 2 Service

3 Sep 1939: Involvement Warrant Officer Class 1, SN VX133995
1 Mar 1943: Enlisted Australian Military Forces (WW2), SN VX133995, In the Field, WA
18 Oct 1945: Discharged Australian Military Forces (WW2), Warrant Officer Class 1, SN VX133995, Army Ordnance Corps AIF, 2 small craft park ordnance

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Biography contributed by Elizabeth Allen

Clement Cleveland BELYEA was born in Colac, Victoria on 20th December, 1903

His parents were Clement Postle BELYEA & Jane Douglas WHITSON

He married Elsie REID in Victoria in 1936 -        2 children Russell & Helen

He enlisted In the Field in Western Australia on 1st March, 1943 & served with the Army Ordnance Corp and was discharged on 18th October, 1945

Clement died of Illness in Victoria on 18th September,1946 and is buried in the Colac Cemetery 

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3 of his brothers also served as follows

1. Reginald James BELYEA (SN V80340) WW1 and (SN V143355) Army WW2 - discharged 1946

2. Neil Stanley BELYEA (SN VX13942) Army discharged 1946

2. Jack Postle BELYEA (SN 10930) RAAF discharged 1944 

 

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