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Gilbert Edgar (Edward) Hayne (1888–1960)

Gilbert Edgar Hayne, n.d. photographer unknown

Gilbert Edgar Hayne, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

GILBERT EDGAR HAYNE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albion Hayne, was born at Ipswich, Queensland, on 18th April, 1888. He was educated at the Boys' Grammar School at Ipswich, and entered the service of the Bank at Brisbane on 23rd February, 1909. His subsequent transfers were to Eumundi in December, 1910; Ipswich, 1911; Brisbane, 1913; and Rockhampton, June, 1915.

He enlisted in October of that year, and was eventually promoted to the rank of sergeant in the Australian Army Pay Corps.

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'Hayne, Gilbert Edgar (Edward) (1888–1960)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/hayne-gilbert-edgar-edward-20038/text31172, accessed 13 April 2024.

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Gilbert Edgar Hayne, n.d. photographer unknown

Gilbert Edgar Hayne, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

Life Summary [details]

Birth

25 April, 1888
Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

Death

1960 (aged ~ 71)
Australia

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