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Jasper Louis McCormick (1899–1957)

Jasper Louis McCormick by unknown photographer, c 1917

Jasper Louis McCormick by unknown photographer, c 1917

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

JASPER LOUIS BEVERLEY McCORMICK, the son of Mr. J. F. McCormick, of the National Bank, Koroit, and Mrs. McCormick, was born at Geelong on 23rd February, 1899. He was educated at Ballarat Grammar School, and joined the service of the Bank on 26th January, 1917, at Geelong. Thence he was transferred in May to Beechworth.

He enlisted in January, 1918, and embarked in the following August. On arrival in England he joined the Public Schools Unit attached to the 14th Battalion, and was promoted in February, 1919, to the rank of sergeant.

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Jasper Louis McCormick by unknown photographer, c 1917

Jasper Louis McCormick by unknown photographer, c 1917

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

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Birth

23 February, 1899
Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Death

20 January, 1957 (aged 57)
Victoria, Australia

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