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William John GOODE (Lance Corporal 44)
Birth: 1889 Orange, NSW, Australia
Death: 8 May 1915 (age 26) Wounds received in action; Alexandria, Egypt WW1
Cemetery or Memorial: Chatby Military Cemetery Cairo, Egypt
Father: Dr. George GOODE ( - 12 February 1902)
Mother: Harriette ( - 9 August 1919)
William was educated at Kings College, Goulburn. He gave his occupation as Marine Engineer when he enlisted 21 August 1914 at Randwick, and his next of kin his mother Harriette Goode of Potts Point.
William served in the 4th Battalion A.I.F. He departed Sydney on the 'Euripides' 20 October 1914 and took part in the first landing at Gallipoli 25 April 1915.
His brother (Lieutenant 119) George Noakes Macauley GOODE (b. 1884 Camden) died from wounds on 7 June 1917 at "Hun's Corner" Messines France.
William was wounded in action (gunshot wound head) at Gallipoli 4 May 1915 and lay for days in no mans land before being found and transferred to hospital in Egypt.
Lance Corporal William John GOODE died in hospital 8 May 1915 from wounds recieved in action at Gallipoli age 26.
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