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Boyd, Angus (3772)

Place of Birth: Port Melbourne, VIC

Age: 22 years 6 months

Enlistment Details: Thursday, 30 September 1915 – Melbourne, VIC

Service Number: 3772            view online service record

233 Ross Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Next of Kin:
James Boyd (father)
233 Ross Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Embarkation Details:
Date: Tuesday, 8 February 1916
Ship: HMAT Warilda A69
Port: Melbourne, VIC
Unit: 24th Infantry Battalion – 9th Reinforcements

DOW: Friday, 4 May 1917
Place: France

Brothers: Daniel Douglas Boyd and William Boyd.

Private, 24 Infantry, died of wounds, 4 May, 1917, France, aged 24, commemorated Grevillers British Cemetery, France.

Parents: James and Hannah BOYD, born Port Melbourne, educated Nott Street SS, 60 Derham Street. Enlisted as a 22-year-old slaughterman with his father at 233 Ross Street, circular returned from that address, brothers 4138, Daniel Douglas BOYD returned wounded May, 1918; 2170, William BOYD returned wounded August, 1916. Noted as one of three casualties at the unveiling of the City Mission Honour Board, Standard, 8 September, 1917.

Additional research by Brian Membrey

1917 ‘PORT WAR CASUALTIES.’, Port Melbourne Standard (Vic. : 1914 – 1920), 19 May, p. 2. , viewed 05 Apr 2017,


  • Brian Membrey
    Posted February 12, 2017 11.40 am 0Likes

    “I have seen his grave in the Military Cemetery at Grevillers. There is a cross with his name on. “Died of Wounds” is on the cross. He was a particular pal of mine. His name is Angus and he was working for a butcher at Cranbourne, Victoria when I first met him, that was about six months before War started. He was in A. Coy., 3 Plat”. (A. BG. Baker, 1782, No. 11 Convalescent Camp, Rouen)

  • Brian Membrey
    Posted June 19, 2017 3.01 pm 0Likes

    BOYD. -At the Third Australian Clearing Station, died of wounds, Private Angus Boyd, loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyd, of Spring street, Port Melbourne, cousin of Mrs. M. Watt, of Nott street, Port Melbourne.

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