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Clark Maxwell Gray – 1896-1916
East Melbourne Historical Society,

Clark Maxwell GRAY

Regimental Number
2374
Rank
2Nd Lieutenant
Known As
Max or Dolly
War Service
Egypt, Western Front
Prior Military Service
Served for 2 years in the Senior Cadets, New Zealand; 2 years in Senior Cadets, Victoria; 1 year in the Melbourne University Rifles, Citizen Military Forces.
Enlistment
31 May 1915 at Melbourne, VIC
Embarkation
16 Jul 1915 from Melbourne, VIC, on the HMAT A64 Demosthenes
Next of Kin
Father, W Gray, Presbyterian Ladies College, Albert Street, East Melbourne, Victoria
Date & Place of Birth
06 Dec 1896, Dunedin, New Zealand
Parents
William and Mary GRAY, Presbyterian Ladies' College, East Melbourne, Victoria. Native of Dunedin, New Zealand
Marital Status
Single
Siblings
Alastair (Gunner), Hugh
Occupation
Student
Physical Description
5 feet 7 3/4 inches, 154 pounds (172.1cm, 69.8kg)
Eyes dark grey, Hair dark brown, Complexion dark
Distinguishing Features
birthmark right arm
Religion
Presbyterian
Fate
Killed in Action, 19 Jul 1916, Fromelles, France – Aged 20
Place of Burial
No known grave
Commemorated
V.C. Corner (Panel No 13), Australian Cemetery Memorial, Fromelles, France
Positively Identified
No

Seeking DNA Donors

Fromelles Association of Australia

Contacts

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We also urge any family members to contact and register with the Australian Army
(Contact: army.uwc@defence.gov.au or phone 1800 019 090).

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