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Norman Austin was born in Albert Park and was employed in Brunswick as an engineer. He was 20 years old when he enlisted and was allocation to the Australian Flying Corps with his Regimental No. 3825. He embarked on HMAT Boonah from Adelaide on 22 October 1918 but fell seriously ill and was taken ashore at Perth and placed in the Woodman's Point Quarantine Hospital where he died of pleuro-pneumonia. He is buried in the Quarantine Cemetery in Western Australia. á
Tree No. 3825