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Frederick John Larter was born in Geelong, but enlisted from Moonee Ponds. He was 34 years old, unmarried, and employed as a clerk. He was posted as a Sapper to 2nd Australian Field Company Engineers, Regimental No. 2496. While serving on the Western Front he became ill, and entered the medical evacuation system. He died on 27th November 1918 of broncho-pneumonia (Spanish Flu) and is buried in the Janval Cemetery, Dieppe, France.
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