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WIFFEN, ROYCE ALEXANDER

 Korea Casualty

LAUNCESTON. - Private Royce Alexander Wiffen, youngest som of the late Mr. and Mrs Alexander Wiffen, Wivenhoe, and adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J: Trickett of Launceston, was killed in action in Korea on June 22. He was aged 24. He had served two years in the Army, the last 12 months on active service in Korea.

Before he enlisted Pte. Wiffen was employed by J. W. Pepper and Son and by the Australian Aluminium Commission at Bell Bay

Advocate (Burnie) 15th July 1953

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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