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Bertie Albert Eastcott was born 30 November 1885 in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia to John Edward Henry Eastcott (c1857-1900) and Rosanna Charlotte Esther Elizabeth Adams (1862-1941) and died 23 January 1948 in 42 Astrolabe Road, Daceyville, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Anne Devlin (1882-1955) 1916 in Waverley, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Australia.
BERT EASTCOTT.

Bert Eastcott, a brother of Mr. Eastcott of the West End Ham and Beef shop, was among the returned wounded who arrived in Sydney yesterday. He has had quite enough for any man, as he has lost his right arm, and got a bullet through his wrist and through his head besides being gashed in the chest. Received his injuries through the bursting of 11inch shell. His arm was blown thirty yards away. In fact he was thrown in among 300 dead and his mate said 'Poor Bert has gone,' but someone saw him move and he was rescued. Strange to say, he just recovered conciousness in time to see his mate blown to pieces. Bert does not think Constantinople can be taken. He hopes to have a trip to Lithgow shortly.

Democrat, 27 November 1915, page 6



Children


Offspring of Bertie Albert Eastcott and Anne Devlin (1882-1955)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Irene Laurel Eastcott (c1918-1984)






Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 27763/1886
¶ Death
  • EASTCOTT, Bert Albert.—January 23, 1948 (suddenly), at 42 Astrolabe Road, Daceyville (late 4th Batt., 1st AIF), beloved husband of Annie and dear father of Irene, aged 62 years. R.I.P.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 January 1948, page 10



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