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Frank Hales Potter (1890–1917)

Died on Active Service. Potter.-On the 2nd November, 1917, at 14th General Hospital, France, from gunshot wounds, Lieut. Frank H. Potter, eldest son of J. C. Potter, Bank of New South Wales, Bairnsdale.

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Frank Potter, 1915

Frank Potter, 1915

Australian War Memorial, P04495-001

Life Summary [details]

Birth

16 May, 1890
Wodonga, Victoria, Australia

Death

2 November, 1917 (aged 27)
Wimmereux, France

Cause of Death

war wounds

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