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Lamp John William




Was born Launceston Tasmania to Charles Adcock Lamp and Mary Evangeslit Lamp and served with

ACMF 18L of C Sigs. Australian Corps of Signals and was killed in New Guinea on the 2nd Nov 1943 

The Mercury 9 Nov 1943

Senator and Mrs Lamp, of Launceston, have been advised that their son, Sig John William Lamp, has been killed in action. Sig Lamp was educated at St. Patrick's College, Launceston, and represented the school in football, cricket, and rowing. He was treasurer of the Sandhill branch of the Australian Labour Party. He was aged 21 years, was unmarried, and had served three years in the Army.





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