LETTE, LOUIS FRANCIS JOHN
Son of W. D. Lette of Penguin - Private Lette died of enteric fever 16th October 1900.
Trooper Wadley, in a letter mentions him in these cordial terms
“One of our men died a few weeks ago with the fever, Lew Lette. He used to be at Young’s. There is a few know him about the Swamp. Petrie has his pony. He was a fine bloke, brave as a bulldog”
(Trooper Wadley died later of the same disease)
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