Martin Wiseman


Born 1888

Place Riga, Latvia

Ethnic origin Latvian

Religion Protestant

Family

Wife Violet Wiseman; daughter Edna (1913-1922)

Arrived at Australia

Residence before enlistment Semaphore, SA

Occupation Stevedore & labourer

Service
service number 2756
enlisted 28.05.1915
POE Keswick, SA
unit 10th Battalion, 50th Battalion
rank Private
place Gallipoli, 1915; Western Front, 1916-1917
casualties WIA 1916, 1917
final fate RTA 16.12.1917
discharged 13.08.1918

Naturalisation Served as naturalised British subject

Residence after the war South Australia

Died 3.03.1967, South Australia

Materials

Digitised service records (NAA)

Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM)

South Australian Red Cross Information Bureau file

Application for assistance (NAA)

Blog article

Russian

English

Newspaper articles

Narrow escape from death. Lumper falls 30 ft. - Daily Herald, Adelaide, 5 December 1914, p. 3

Women at variance. - Daily Herald, Adelaide, 2 March 1916, p. 3

Personal notes. - The Register, Adelaide, 15 September 1917, p. 10