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Eoin Lindsay Smith (1891–1915)

Smith.—Killed in action at the Dardanelles about 27th June, Eoin Lindsay Smith, 8th Light Horse Regiment, dearly beloved youngest son of John and Euphemia A. Smith, Grassdale Estate, Grassdale, aged 24 years.

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Eoin Smith, 1915

Eoin Smith, 1915

Australian War Memorial, P03713.001

Life Summary [details]

Birth

1891
Branxholme, Victoria, Australia

Death

27 June, 1915 (aged ~ 24)
Gallipoli, Turkey

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Occupation
Military Service