||death mourning, wars conflicts, world war i 1914-1918
|Themes this item is part of:
||Albert Edward Kemp Mourning Collection, Albert Edward Kemp, AIF (1884-1917), 6th Battalion Diary Extract, September 1917, Public Life & Institutions Collection
||Text: Australian Imperial Expeditionary Forces/This is to Certify that, according to the records, No 6800A/Private Albert Edward Kemp,/6th Battalion,/Australian Imperial Force./was killed in action/at (no record available) on 21st September 1917/The official notification of the above is contained in Cable No C.I.B.L./1914, from the Commandant, A.I.F. Headquarters, dated London, 13th/October, 1917, confirmed by Mail from the Commandant, A.I.F. Head-/quarters, dated London, 15th October, 1917/Melbourne, 29th January 1918.
||Australian Imperial Expeditionary Forces, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 29 Jan 1918
||Private Albert Kemp - 6th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force (AIF)
National Archives of Australia effectively holds the rest of the Kemp collection, in series B2455/1 - barcode 7368872 - KEMP ALBERT EDWARD. It includes his enlistment papers, medical examination and war records. Some of the records relate directly to the Kemp collection the Museum is acquiring, including information about his tree in the Avenue of Honour. It also includes what appear to be receipts for the medals in this collection.