Joseph H. Kinane

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Joseph H. Kinane
Born 1889
Died 1958
Occupation Brewery employee
Known for Phoenix Brewery
Home town Warrenheip
Spouse(s) Miriam Elizabeth Kinane
  • Coleman Kinane (father)
  • Emma Haughton (mother)

Joseph H. Kinane was a brewery employee in Warrenheip, Victoria, <1915.

History[edit | edit source]

Joseph Henry Kinane was born in Warrenheip, Victoria, in 1889, the son of Coleman Kinane and Emma Haughton.[1]

He was employed at the Warrenheip brewery, and served in the AIF and was wounded at Gallipoli:

WOUNDED SOLDIERS. PRIVATE JOSEPH H. KINANE. private Joseph H. Kinane, of Warrenheip, was for a number of years employed at the brewery of Messrs Magill and Coghlan, in that township. The young soldier, who was educated at the Warrenheip State school, worked for a time with has father, and was among the first in the Ballarat district to enlist for the front. His father and brother are still living, at Warrenheip.[2]

Kinane was wounded on 25 April 1915 in the landing at Anzac Cove, where he was shot in the thigh.[3] He was wounded several times at Gallipoli over the next few months, including a gun shot and shrapnel wounds to the head. He was later wounded in France before returning to Australia in July 1918 with gunshot wounds to his arm.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Australian Birth Index, Victoria, 1889, Ref. No. 8360
  2. 1915 'WOUNDED SOLDIERS.', The Evening Echo (Ballarat, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), 15 May, p. 1. (FOURTH EDITION), viewed 28 Dec 2018,
  3. National Archives of Australia, World War I records, SERN 144, accessed 28 December 2018

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