NameGeorge Robert Taylor, SN 3008, Service RecordAlternative nameRobert Taylor, SN 3008, Service RecordBiographyDate of Birth: December Qtr 1889, Brackley Northamptonshire, England
Date of Death: 17 August 1918, Bray-sur, Somme, France
Buried: St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
George's parents were George Taylor and Laura Maria Turner. George was living at Strathpine and his occupation was a farmer when he enlisted on 8 September 1916 at Brisbane. Left Australia on the same ship, A74 Marathon, as Privates Arthur Wolno/Walno  and Alexander McDonald , both of whom were killed and from the Pine Region. George died of wounds in hospital 17 August 1918 as a result of a gunshot wound. George shows as Robert Taylor on electoral rolls 1915 to 1917 living at Strathpine. Also as R. Taylor on honour board.Date01 January 1914 - 31 December 1920CustodianNational Archives of Australia - 01 Feb 1998 - PresentLocation of originalsOriginals held by the National Archives of Australia - NAA: B2455, TAYLOR G RLanguageEnglishOriginal formatLink to external source : Paper files and documents
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