Martin Aide

Martin Aide
Australia's Fighting Sons of The Empire. Portraits and Biographies of Australians in the Great War, Sydney, 1919, p. 228

Born 5.10.1880

Place Riga, Latvia

Ethnic origin Latvian

Religion Church of England


Wife Louisa Madeline Aide (nee Boseley), married 1906, Perth; wife Mary Kerr-Neill, son Edward, b. 1928, and Frank

Arrived at Australia
from South Africa
on 09.1900
disembarked at WA

Residence before enlistment Denmark, Albany, WA

Occupation Farmer

service number 6712
enlisted 16.06.1916
POE Albany, WA
unit 11th Battalion
rank Lance Corporal
place Western Front, 1917-1919
casualties WIA 1917
final fate RTA 18.07.1919
discharged 6.10.1919

Naturalisation 1914

Residence after the war 1922 Dongolocking; 1931 Perth, 1937 Bassendean, WA

Died 29.04.1942, Perth


Digitised naturalisation (NAA)

Digitised service records (NAA)

Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM)

Digitised Red Cross wounded and missing file (AWM)

Investigation Branch file (NAA)

Assistance and medical file 1 2 (NAA)

Pensions file (NAA)

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