John Simpson Kirkpatrick died of ballistic trauma on May 19, 1915 in Gallipoli, Turkey. Ballistic trauma is another name for gunshot wound.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick died on 19 May 1915.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick, known as the Simpson of "Simpson and his donkey", was born on 6 July 1892.
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John Simpson Kirkpatrick was famous because of his donkey and the work they completed together [saving the troops]
John Simpson Kirkpatrick was 5'8" and weighed 12 stone (76 kg)/approx 167 pounds.
No, he was from the U.K.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick (known as John or Jack Simpson) was born on 6 July 1892 in South Shields, United Kingdom. He died 19 May 1915 while he and his donkey were rescuing wounded troops.
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The real name of the man known as "the man with his donkey," was John Simpson Kirkpatrick. He took Simpson as his surname and dropped Kirkpatrick from his name.
John Simpson enlisted in the Australian army in Perth on 23 August 1914
John Simpson Kirkpatrick joined the Australian Army Medical Corps as a stretcher bearer under the name of "Jack Simpson" immediately at the outbreak of World War I. Simpson then landed at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915.
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Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick (1892-1915) was an Australian medic in World War 1. He carried wounded soldiers on the back of a donkey to safety. John walked through shrapnel fires and survived many times but he was unlucky to die while performing a rescue during a battle. Kirkpatrick was actually a deserter from an earlier stint in the British merchant marine, who volunteered as "John Simpson" to be a stretcher bearer in the war. He was an ANZAC medic in the Gallipoli Campaign of the first World War.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick was born on 6 July 1892 in South Shields, County Durham, England.
John ' Simpson' Kirkpatrick.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick, at the outbreak of World War I, immediately joined the Australian Army Medical Corps as a stretcher bearer under the name of "Jack Simpson".
No. Simpson went to war before he ever married, and he died before his 23rd birthday.
Yes. He was a stretcher-bearer with the ANZACs who originally landed at Gallipoli.
He died at war, therefore didn't return to have a job.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick
one day duffy (Jack Simpson Kirkpatrick's donkey) came back to the beach hospital with an injured soldier but no Jack Simpson Kirkpatrick for he had been shot through the heart trying to save another soldier
John Simpson Kirkpatrick was born on 6 July 1892 in South Shields, County Durham, England. He died on the morning of 19 May 1915, following a night of vicious fighting after the arrival of Turkish reinforcements on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
John Simpson was 23 when he died