Albert Stanley Frank GILLETT

GILLETT, Albert Stanley Frank

Service Number: 2827
Enlisted: 12 October 1916, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 3rd Pioneer Battalion
Born: Quorn, South Australia, 16 June 1888
Home Town: Norseman, Dundas, Western Australia
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Contractor
Died: War related illness (Tuberculoses ), North Fremantle, Western Australia, 22 November 1925, aged 37 years
Cemetery: Karrakatta Cemetery & Crematorium, Perth, W.A.
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World War 1 Service

12 Oct 1916: Enlisted AIF WW1, Private, SN 2827, 44th Infantry Battalion, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
29 Dec 1916: Involvement AIF WW1, Private, SN 2827, 44th Infantry Battalion, Enlistment/Embarkation WW1
29 Dec 1916: Embarked AIF WW1, Private, SN 2827, 44th Infantry Battalion, HMAT Persic, Fremantle
15 Aug 1919: Discharged AIF WW1, Private, SN 2827, 3rd Pioneer Battalion

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Mr. Frank Gillett, late of the 3rd Pioneers, A.I.F., passed away on Sunday last at his late residence, 31 Bay-road, North Fremantle, after a long illness caused through war effects. He was born at Quorn, South Australia, and came to this State at the age of nine years. Up to the time he enlisted he resided in the Norseman and Coolgardie districts, and after three years' active service he returned and lived at Narrogin for three years. For the past three years he was a resident of North Fremantle. In the Narrogin and Norseman districts he was well-known as a prominent footballer and cricketer, and was highly respected and popular with all classes.

The funeral took place on Monday at Karrakatta Cemetery, where the remains were interred in the Methodist portion. The casket was borne to the graveside covered by the Union Jack, and the pall bearers were Messrs. F. Ager, vice-president, and L. Harvey, secretary (T.B. Soldiers and Sailors' Association), R. C. Jefferies, W. E. Worrall, R. W. Williams, and F. Miller. The Rev. C. A. Jenkins, who officiated at the graveside, referred to the great courage exhibited by the deceased in his long suffering, which was patiently borne. The chief mourners were Mrs. F. Gillett (wife), Thomas and Albert Gillett (sons), Gladys Gillett, (daughter), Mrs. S. Gillett (mother), Mrs. R. Willcocks (mother-in-law), Messrs. A. B. and A. Gillett (brothers), Mesdames A. Tyson and J.Nioa (sisters), Mesdames A. B. and A. Gillett, and the Misses G. and M. Willcocks (sisters-in-law), Messrs. E. and C. Willcocks (brothers-in-law), Mrs. H. Body (niece), Messrs. L. Tyson and L. Gillett (nephews), and Sisters Alice and Ruth (Methodist Church). Wreaths were sent by the patients of Edward Millen Home, staff and employes of Great Southern Roller Flour Mills, North Fremantle R.S.L., matron and staff Aged Women's Home, North Fremantle, other bodies, relatives and many friends. Numerous communications expressing sympathy have been received by the bereaved relatives. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Co., of Fremantle and Claremont." - from the Perth Daily News 27 Nov 1925 (