Nine More Australian Soldiers Identified in Fromelles Mass Grave

Posted by admin on Jul 23, 2012

Generations have passed in the Wynn family without anyone knowing whatever happened to Uncle Jack. John ‘Jack’ Wynn was a labourer from West Maitland in NSW, a single man who went off to war in 1915 and like so many others, never returned.

Along with some 5500 of his countrymen, the 19-year-old died during the bloody 12-hour Battle of Fromelles in northern France over July 19 and 20, 1916.

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