Frederick Nicolas Weller

Fred was the fourth of seven children to Pastor George and Emily Weller He disembarked at Suez a month later, and was promoted to Corporal at Hog’s Back (Egypt) in May 1916. Along with all the other thousands of troops he then moved from Alexandria to Marseille, and then to northern France. Within a day of arriving in the north he received gun shot wounds to his back and legs, dying the next day.


Frederick Nicolas Weller Birth: 1890 Coburg Enlistment: 13 July 1915, Melbourne Address at Enlistment: 16 Boronia Street, Canterbury Occupation at Enlistment: Clerk Military Number: 4669 Joined: 7th Battalion, 14th Reinforcement Rank: Corporal Age: 25 years old

Height: 6’ (182.9 cm) Eyes and Hair: Blue eyes, light brown hair Next of Kin: Mother, E Weller Embarked: 28 January 1916 Death: 21 July 1916, Armentières, France


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