Sydney Colin Holt

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Sydney Colin Holt
Death of a paternal grandmotherPrudence Eliza Whitmore
December 1929
Note: The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) - Wed 17 Dec 1930 - Page 1 - Family Notices
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn Holt
September 16, 1934
Note: According to the Vic Death Index, died 1934 aged 80 at "MELB N", index 8128
Note: The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) - Mon 17 Sep 1934 - Page 1 - Family Notices
Note: Victoria Deaths 1836-1985
Note: The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) - Mon 17 Sep 1934 - Page 1 - Family Notices
Death of a brotherReginald John Holt
1960
Death of a fatherSydney George (George) Holt
1961
Death of a brotherAllan Raymond Holt
1982
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Birth: 1914 27Bruthen, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1960Traralgon, Victoria, Australia
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Engagement - CHAMBERS - HOLT The Argus, Sat 11 Oct 1947 - page 10 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/22513157 CHAMBERS-HOLT. - Shirley Edith, younger daughter of the late Mr. A. E. and of Mrs. Chambers, Pakington street. Kew, to Sydney Colin, third son of Mr. and Mrs, Syd. Holt, Elgin street. Morwell, Gippsland.
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Air Cadet Training Morwell Advertiser, Thu 31 Aug. 1944 - page 4 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/66130430 Cycled 1640 Miles in 14 Months. The record of A. T. C. Cadet, Sydney Colin Holt, of Yinnar South, Victoria was disclosed recently when he was accepted by the R. A. A. F. for enlistment in Aircrew. Living some 20 miles from the nearest Training Centre at Yallourn Holt was trained by correspondence So keen was the however that at least once a fortnight, he would cycle to his local A. T. C. Squadron Headquarters to get further help. The round trip of 40 miles taking four hours was completed at night after he had finished work on the farm, and he reckoned his total mileage in 14 months was over 1640 miles. Holt left school when he was 13 1/2 years old and although he held Merit Certificate, he had not tackled such subjects as Trigonometry or Algebra. He secured an A. T. C. Proficiency Certificate with an average of 78 per cent, securing 69 per cent for Trigonometry. Training by correspondence for Cadets in the Air Training Corps is provided for all youths, who through distance and other circumstances, are unable to attend a Squadron. The value of A. T. C. Training as a means of entry to the R. A. A. F. both in Ground Staff and Aircrew musterings is well known but it is also of great benefit to youths seeking advancement in post war years.