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Fahey Jack Patrick


Born 4 May 1916 7 Burnett Street Hobart Captain Fahey was the son of Thomas James and Ellie Cecilia Fahey (nee Hill).  He was a printer living in Devonport when he enlisted in the army. 

FAHEY.-Died of wounds, July 25 1942, A.I.F. abroad, Jack Patrick, dearly loved husband of Betty, Devonport, father of Margaret, and fifth son of Mrs. and the late T. J. Fahey of Bellerive, and brother of Tom.  Rex, Viv. (A.I.F.). William. Muriel,  Jim, Gwen.and Betty. R.I.P._

The Mercury 10 Aug 1942






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