I'm 72 years young; an ex serviceman who served 12 years in the Australian Regular Army in the foodstuffs and stores section in the Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corps (RAAOC).
I live at Cleveland, in beautiful sunny Queensland in one the best and safest countries in the world - AUSTRALIA.
I am a Researcher into Australian Military History, especially World War 1 and World War 2 and have published a number of books involving Nominal Rolls into Queenslanders who served in World War 2 from records (Army Pay History and Allotment Cards) held at the National Archives at Cannon Hill, Brisbane.
I also have access to the World War 1 DVA files held in the National Archives which are now OPEN to the public and with these records can locate where and when they died after their discharge.
I also have in my possession the Dunwich Asylum Admission Forms - 1866 - 1946 with gaps as some admission forms, especially from 1910-1927 are missing. If you are seeking an inmate who was in Dunwich Asylum I could help you. They may have been admitted and discharged and/or died in the Asylum. They are full of family history and includes where and when they were born; their parents and spouse's name; children of inmate and musch more. so please get in touch and I will be glad to send you the relevent information.
I am a member of Find-a-Grave and have placed most of those who died within the Asylum on this site. Also those who died in World War 2 are on this site and am now putting together their relevent information.
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