• John Arthur Maxwell

Army / Flying Corps

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  • Birth

    Glenorchy, TAS, Australia

  • Enlistment - WW1

    Tasmania 7315, Australia

Stories and comments
    • The men of C Company 26th Battalion
    • Posted by jaydsydaus121, Wednesday, 13 October 2021

    Mercury (Hobart, Tas), Wednesday 4 October 1916, page 5 TASMANIA NEXT-OF-KIN WANTED. Official notification has been received that Private J. A. Maxwell, 26th Battalion, died on the 10th September at War Hospital, Ormiston, being previously reported ill. The next-of-kin of this soldier is stated to be Mr. W. A. Maxwell, Burnie, but no trace of Mr. W. A. Maxwell can be found. The military authorities would like Mr. Maxwell to communicate with District Headquarters, Hobart. World (Hobart, Tas), Monday 14 April 1919, page 4 ITEMS OF INTEREST. A Soldier's Letters. The Defence Department advises that letters addressed to the next-of-kin of Private J. A. Maxwell, 26th Battalion (deceased), Mr. W. A. Maxwell (brother), Branxholm, have been returned unclaimed. Will he or any person knowing Mr. Maxwell's address please communicate with the district paymaster. Anglesea Barracks, Hobart, at the earliest opportunity.