Alias served as Whnsky; stated that Whynsky was the correct spelling; Whensky; Whinsky
Place Vehesky (?), Russia (probably Ukraine)
Ethnic origin Ukrainian? / Polish?
Religion Roman Catholic
Father M. Whnsky [Whynsky]
Arrived at Australia
on Ca 1910
Residence before enlistment Helidon, Qld
Occupation 1915 labourer, quarryman, 1920 stone dresser
Service service number 1010
unit 25th Battalion
place Gallipoli, 1915; Western Front, 1916
casualties WIA 1916
final fate RTA 13.02.1917
Naturalisation Served as naturalised British subject
Residence after the war Helidon, Qld
Died 18.12.1920, Brisbane (suicided)
Digitised service records (NAA) (Whnsky)
Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM) (Whynsky)
Medical case file (NAA) (Whnsky)
Queensland's 'forgotten' Ukrainian Anzacs honoured for service // Courier Mail
Leaped from bridge. Ex-soldier's tragic fate. 'As well end it all'. - Daily Standard, Brisbane, 20 December 1920, p. 6.
Dive to death. - Daily Mail, Brisbane, 21 December 1920, p. 4.
The bridge tragedy. - Queensland Times, 22 December 1920, p. 5.
River tragedies. Man jumps over bridge. - The Week, Brisbane, 24 December 1920, p. 19.