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BURKIN Arthur John Edward
41 Battalion
23rd Machine Gun Company
25 November 1916
HMAT A18 Wiltshire
7 February 1917

The Chronicle 8 February 1918, p3 Honours List reported Gnr Arthur JE Burkin of Eudlo killed in action.

Arthur John Edward Burkin, a storekeeper in Eudlo, enlisted for Service Abroad in the Australian Military Forces on 25 November 1916 aged 22 years. He served (Service no. 3035) with the 4th Infantry Battalion, 7th Reinforcements and embarked at Sydney for overseas service aboard the HMAT A18 Wiltshire on 7 February 1917. He was killed in action in the field in Belgium on 3 October 1917, aged 23 years

  • Flanders
  • Menin Road
  • Ypres
BURKIN Arthur John Edward
BURKIN Arthur John Edward
Killed in action
3 October 1917
Freezingburg Ridge, Ypres, Belgium
23 years

Menin Gate, Ypres Belgium

Maroochy Shire Honor Roll, Shire Chambers, Bury Street, Nambour

Eudlo Roll of Honour, Eudlo Community Hall, Rosebed Street, Eudlo

Eudlo In Memoriam, Eudlo Community Hall, Rosebed Street, Eudlo

Image of Burkin with machine gun courtesy of Sunshine Coast Libraries, Picture Sunshine Coast Menin Gate image courtesy of Australian War Graves Photographic Archive

Craig Ward

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