Place Uleaborg (Oulu), Finland
Ethnic origin Finnish
Father Mikael Paakola
Wife Charlotte Paakola (nee Oborn)
Residence before arrival at Australia Lived in Norway for 3 years, in Sweden for 2 years, in France for 1 year
Arrived at Australia
per Loch Keal (Lokhi?)
disembarked at Wallaroo, SA
Residence before enlistment Adelaide, East West Railway line, Hammock Hill via Port Pirie, SA
Service service number 1969
unit 48th Battalion
place Western Front, 1916-1917
casualties WIA 1917
final fate RTA 21.12.1917
discharged 27.02.1918 MU
Residence after the war Hammock Hill, Port Pirie, SA, Broken Hill, NSW, Strathalbyn, Haslam, Streaky Bay, Port Adelaide, SA
Died 14.11.1954, Springbank, South Australia
Digitised naturalisation (NAA)
Army pay file (NAA)
Family tree on Ancestry.com
Man committed for sentence. - News, Adelaide, 13 February 1933, p. 3.
Mitchell D.G. "Backs to the wall". - The Northern Champion, Taree, 12 November 1938, p. 8.
Mitchell D.G. This war - And the last. A digger's reactions. - The Mail, Adelaide, 14 October 1939, p. 4.