1st Company Division Train, Australian Army Service Corp (Australian Army)
23/05/1915 (Died of Wounds)
Martin McFlynn was born about 1892 in Sydney, Australia. He was the son of Michael and Ellen McFlynn. His father was from Kildress. Martin attended Sydney Technical School and became an engineer. He enlisted in September 1914. Martin served with the Australian Expeditionary Force attached to the Army Medical Corps at Gallipoli. Private Martin McFlinn was serving with the 1st Company Div. Train of the Australian Army Service Corps when he died of wounds at Gallipoli on 23rd May 1915.
The Anzac and Suvla cemeteries are first signposted from the left hand junction of the Eceabat- Bigali road. From this junction travel into the main Anzac area. At 9.8 kms you will find the cemetery on the left hand side of the coast road. Beach cemetery is situated on what was known as Hell Spit, at the Southern point of Anzac Cove. The graves lie between the Kelia - Suvla Road and the beach.