NAA, B884 (WWII service records)
Place Warsaw (WWI); Czenstochowa, Poland (naturalisation)
Ethnic origin Jewish
Mother Rachel Amstead
Wife Bertha Amstead (Field), married 1921, Queensland
Arrived at Australia
disembarked at Sydney
Residence before enlistment Glen Innes, NSW, Sydney, Brisbane
Service 1 (Depot)
discharged 6.06.1916 MU
Service 2 (WWII)
service number V206795
POE Ripponlea, Vic.
unit Australian Defence Canteen Service
Residence after the war Brisbane, 1925 Mackay, Eimeo; 1930 Manilla, Tamworth; 1933 Muswellbrook, 1936 Cairns, 1942 Elwood, Melbourne; Ballarat; 1949 Mackay, 1954 New Farm, Brisbane
Died 1954, Queensland
Digitised naturalisation (NAA)
Digitised WWI service records (NAA)
With "Battler". - The Capricornian, Rockhampton, 3 April 1926, p. 6.
Alleged betting shop raided by police. - Daily Standard, Brisbane, 3 June 1929, p. 5.
"You're a nice fellow". - Daily Standard, Brisbane, 7 December 1929, p. 8.
Death of Mr. J. Amstead. - Daily Mercury, Mackay, 17 March 1954, p. 3.