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Clement Parsons Tayler (1894–1937)

Clement Parson Tayler, n.d. photographer unknown

Clement Parson Tayler, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

CLEMENT PARSONS TAYLER was born on 2nd October, 1894, at Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, the son of Mr. J. Sinclair Tayler and Mrs. Alice Tayler. He was educated at Hamilton College, Hamilton, Victoria, and joined the service of the Bank at Melbourne on 9th April, 1911.

Clement Parsons Tayler enlisted in the A.I.F. in July, 1915, and became a member of the 57th Battalion, 15th Brigade. He served in France in several engagements, and was promoted from private to sergeant. He became very ill with trench feet while on active service, but was afterwards able to do clerical work on the Staff.

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'Tayler, Clement Parsons (1894–1937)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/tayler-clement-parsons-21570/text31800, accessed 25 April 2024.

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Clement Parson Tayler, n.d. photographer unknown

Clement Parson Tayler, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

Life Summary [details]

Birth

2 October, 1894
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Death

15 December, 1937 (aged 43)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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