Nicholai Charles Uppeneeck

Nicholai Charles Uppeneeck
South Australia Police Gazette, 1924

Alias Uppeneek

Born 24.03.1884

Place Riga, Latvia

Ethnic origin Latvian

Religion Church of England

Mother Elizabeth Uppeneeck


Wife Ettie Lavinia Uppeneek (nee Grigsby), children Eileen Vera, Jean Lorraine, Elsie May, Shirley Tonie, Reginald

Residence before arrival at Australia Had Russian naval experience on submarines

Arrived at Australia
from South America
on 1.01.1911
per Glenmark
disembarked at Adelaide

Residence before enlistment South Australia

Occupation 1917 fitter, 1932 motor mechanic

Service (Depot)
service number 3117
enlisted 15.02.1917
POE Adelaide
unit 9th Light Horse Regiment
rank Private
discharged 29.06.1917, MU

Naturalisation Applied 1918

Residence after the war 1918 Sydney, Adelaide


Digitised application for naturalisation (NAA)

Digitised service records (NAA)

Application to enlist in the AIF (NAA)

Alien registration (NAA)

Department of immigration file (NAA)

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Newspaper articles

Sent to gaol for unlawful possession. - News, Adelaide, 19 September 1942, p. 3.

Woman refused dealer's licence. - News, Adelaide, 5 February 1943, p. 3.

Man aged 64 gaoled. - Advertiser, Adelaide, 13 August 1949, p. 13.