Jack Vick Calder, Somerset LI

1895 May 23 Born Langport, Somerset.

1901 census at Bow Street, Langport Eastover, Langport

1911 census he is a pupil at West Somerset County School

1915 Oct 17. Lands in France

1919 Jun 10. Service Battalions. The undermentioned Cadets to be temp. 2nd Lts. under the provisions of the Royal Warrant dated 30th Dec. 1918, promulgated in Army Order 42 of 1919: —SLI. - Jack Vick Calder. He was therefore demobed the same day

1920 Dec 20. Joined ADRIC with service no 1295. Posted to M Coy

1922 Jan 22 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Sep 25. Somerset L.I.—The undermentioned 2nd Lts., late Serv. Bns., to be 2nd Lts.: — Jack Vick Calder.

1924 Jun 18 Married in Somerset to Cicley Edith Packwood

1924 Jun 19. Leaves UK for Australia. He is a "farmer"

1931 On Electoral Roll at Wimmera, Victoria

1936 Electoral Roll • Kerang, Wimmera, Victoria, Australia 53 Noland Street - butter maker

1945 Dec 22. Somerset L.I. 2nd Lt. J. V. Calder (61004) having attained the age limit of liability to recall, relinquishes his commn., retaining the rank of 2nd Lt

1954 in Kerang, Victoria, Aus. Electoral Roll. A butter factory Employee. With Cicely Edith Calder

1967 May 12. Application will be made to the Supreme Court that Letters of Administration of the Estate of CICELY EDITH CALDER late of 31 Mc-Coombe Street Rosebud Home Duties deceased Intestate be granted to JOHN VICK CALDER of the same -address

1977 Electoral Roll at Moorabbin East, Higinbotham, Victoria

1979 Aug 21 Died In Springvale, Victoria, Aus