World War 11 Casualties
Jackson Athol Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jackson, of “Montello," and formerly of Wynyard, have received advice that their second son, Gunner Athol Charles Jackson, died of wounds on September 1 while serving with the A.I.F abroad.
The late Gunner Jackson, who was in his 23rd year, was well known at Wynyard, where he was educated at the Convent School. He had five brothers, of whom two are serving with the fighting forces, one having been last heard of in Malaya, and the other being with the R.A.A.F.
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