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Clarence Westley Constable was born in Ballarat. He enlisted from Ballarat on 10th July 1915, aged 18 and single, employed as a bicycle mechanic. He was posted to the 46th Infantry Battalion, with Regimental No. 3711. He received a bullet wound to the head during the fighting in the Albert area on 5th April 1918. He was admitted
to the 5th Australian Field Ambulance and proceeded through the medical evacuation system to the 2nd General Hospital in London. He died there on 19th May 1918, and is buried in the Brookwood Cemetery in Surrey, UK.
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