In Honour of Patrick McGuinness

Always an emotional time, this year’s ANZAC Day took on a depth of meaning I’d hitherto not experienced. While always aware of those who paid the ultimate price, it was only recently that I learned about my great uncle, Patrick McGuinness who died as a result of critical wounds in Villers-Bretonneux, France. Peter Terpkos, my daughter’s partner, is a keen family historian focussing on those who served in the World Wars. He wrote the following article on Patrick McGuinness after

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