George McLarty

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History

Born in 1880 at Ballarat, Victoria, George McLarty was the son of Archibald and Mary (nee Matheson) McLarty.[1]

In 1903 and 1906 the Electoral Rolls record George as a Cooper living at Victoria Street, Bunbury, Western Australia (WA).[2]

Military Experience

Sapper George McLarty (5386) died of pneumonia on 3 November 1918 and was buried at the Chester General Cemetery, Grave No. 3843. [3]

Obituary

DIED ON SERVICE.
McLARTY— Died of pneumonia, November 3rd. Military Hospital, Chester, England Sapper George McLarty, 1st Australian Tunnelling Company, beloved husband of Daisy (Bunbury, W.A.), youngest son of Mary and the late Archibald McLarty, “Argyle,” Peel street north; after two and a half years' service.[4]


See also

1st Tunnelling Company

References

  1. www.tunnellers.net/profiles___photos/mclarty_george_5386.doc, accessed 25 May 2017.
  2. www.tunnellers.net/profiles___photos/mclarty_george_5386.doc, accessed 25 May 2017.
  3. www.tunnellers.net/profiles___photos/mclarty_george_5386.doc, accessed 25 May 2017.
  4. The Ballarat Star, 07 December 1918.

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