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Francis Perrin Dingle was born in Croydon North S.A., but enlisted from Ballarat. He was 23 years old, single and employed as an electroplater. He joined the 32nd Infantry Battalion with Regimental No. 4518. Later he was transferred to 50th Infantry Battalion. He was severely wounded and evacuated to the 3rd Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, where he died on 21st October 1917 while being treated. He is buried in the Lijessenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium.
Tree No. 2816