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Parsell Vincent Clyde


Born Hobart Tasmania to Richard Leopold and Daisy May Parsell, Clyde Vincent Parsell was a fruit grower before enlisting in the RAN. 

He was assistant cook on “H.M.A.S Cerberus” 

The Mercury 13 Feb 1941

PARSELL.-Vincent Clyde, dearly beloved third eldest son of Richard and Daisy May Parsell of Lower Longley, accidentally drowned at St. Kilda, aged 19 years.









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