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Michael Malloy (c. 1893–1915)

Pte. Michael Malloy (died of wounds) was a native of Scotland. He was one of the first to enlist. He has another brother, Pte. George Malloy, aged 19, in the same company, also a third brother, aged 17, in the Scottish home defence forces. A married brother, Patrick Malloy, resided at Coledale, South Coast. The two brothers, Michael and George, arrived in Sydney from Scotland in March, 1912. At the time of enlisting they were employed as coal miners in Abermain, Maitland district.

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'Malloy, Michael (c. 1893–1915)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/malloy-michael-34514/text43368, accessed 17 July 2024.

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Michael Malloy, 1914

Michael Malloy, 1914

Australian War Memorial, P01920.026

Life Summary [details]

Birth

c. 1893
Broxburn, West Lothian, Scotland

Death

23 May, 1915 (aged ~ 22)
at sea

Cause of Death

war wounds

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Occupation
Military Service