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My father Thomas Patrick Mackay joined the above corps during WW2 and was posted to Darwin.His occupation was as a Joiner &Fitter, running his own business. My question is what were the duties in…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Allen Oct 18, 2019.

 

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Elizabeth Allen replied to Marianne Flack's discussion Australian volunteer defence corps
"Marianne,  There are two Thomas Patrick MACKAY listed - if he was the one born 1914 there are two pages online for him He was discharged in 1936 https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/ViewImage.aspx?B=9296758 Elizabeth"
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My father Thomas Patrick Mackay joined the above corps during WW2 and was posted to Darwin.His occupation was as a Joiner &Fitter, running his own business. My question is what were the duties in this Corp, what was my father’s duties, the family story is that he was making portable buildings & Crutches for the Red Cross. if you can assist me I would be gratefulRegardsMarianne Flack née Mackay.See More
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Posted on April 21, 2015 at 17:22 — 12 Comments

WW1 enlistment record. Jack Mackay

Mackay: Jack WW1 enlistment records
Could you please explain his infantry and what A.A.M.C. means, and what he would have done. Did he serve in active service at all?

No 2910
84th infantry Kalgoorlie
Transferred 21st A.A.M.C. 9 mths. Ex

Charlotte Mackay. Mother.
Father dead
Thank you
Marianne

Posted on April 9, 2015 at 0:55 — 3 Comments

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