William Tognini

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==History==
 
==History==
  
William Tognini was born in Daylesford. He enlisted for service during [[World War One]] on 11 December 1915. At that time he was a 22 year old labourer. His next of kin was his father James Tognini of Marybynong Road, Footscray. Gunner William Tognini (16065) was killed in Action in France on 21 August 1918 and was buried at Lone Farm Cemetery. He was later reinterred at Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres, France in 1920.<ref>NAA, B2455 Tognini William.</ref>
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William Tognini was born in Daylesford, the son of [[James Tognini]] and Elizabeth. He enlisted for service during [[World War One]] on 11 December 1915. At that time he was a 22 year old labourer. His next of kin was his father [[James Tognini]] of Marybynong Road, Footscray. Gunner William Tognini (16065) was killed in Action in France on 21 August 1918 and was buried at Lone Farm Cemetery. He was later reinterred at Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres, France in 1920.<ref>NAA, B2455 Tognini William.</ref>
  
 
==Legacy==
 
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Memorial Plaque in the Daylesford Hospital

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History

William Tognini was born in Daylesford, the son of James Tognini and Elizabeth. He enlisted for service during World War One on 11 December 1915. At that time he was a 22 year old labourer. His next of kin was his father James Tognini of Marybynong Road, Footscray. Gunner William Tognini (16065) was killed in Action in France on 21 August 1918 and was buried at Lone Farm Cemetery. He was later reinterred at Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres, France in 1920.[1]

Legacy

Family

See also

Charles Tognini, Brother

Notes


References

  1. NAA, B2455 Tognini William.


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