Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour
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Trooper John Patrick Nolan

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4th Light Horse Regiment
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Mrs W Dugdale
Image of plaque on tree S190 for John Nolan
Image of Service Medal - British War Medal Image of Service Medal - Victory Medal

John was born in Gordon, VIC to William Henry Nolan and Sarah Greene. John had a brother, William, who is also remembered in the Avenue.

John was a driver and gave his address as Bacchus Marsh, VIC when he enlisted in the AIF, 8th Light Horse Regiment, Reinforcements on the 5th of October 1916, aged nearly 22. He embarked with the Camel Corps aboard the HMAT A44 Vestalia in December, disembarking at Suez, Egypt in January 1917.

In February 1917 John joined the 4th Light Horse Training Regiment and a month later was attached to the 4th Light Horse Brigade Headquarters. In April 1919 John forfeited two days pay for leaving camp without permission and a month later lost one day's pay for riding in shorts. He embarked from Kantara aboard the Essex in June, returning to Australia in July and was discharged from the AIF in September.

John died at Caulfield, VIC in 1939, aged 45.

He is listed on the Roll of Honour for Bacchus Marsh, held by the RSL at Bacchus Marsh.

Location of Tree Number S190

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Tree Position (accuracy ±1 tree) latitude = -37.68719532699867 longtitude = 144.4654083251953

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Last updated by lee, Fri, 27 Oct 2017 11:47:59