|Full name||Arthur Gurr Hinman|
|Date of birth||19 June 1890|
|Place of birth||Launceston, Tasmania|
|Date of death||10 May 1915(aged 24)|
|Place of death||Gallipoli, Turkey|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1911.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
Arthur Hinman was born in Launceston, the third of four children born to Arthur Hinman and Lucy Maud Gurr and the elder brother of Bill Hinman. He was educated at Launceston Church Grammar School. While in his final year at school, he played with Launceston Football Club before studying science at the University of Tasmania. He subsequently studied mining engineering at the University of Melbourne and, during 1910 and 1911, was a regular player for the University Football Club in the VFL competition. Notable events in his career include a burst artery in his arm and missing a match in 1911 because he was on an expedition. After graduating in 1913, Hinman returned to Tasmania to work for the Mount Bischoff Tin Mine.
Hinman enlisted soon after World War I broke out and joined the 15th Battalion, which departed Australia in late December 1914. After a period of training in Egypt, during which he was promoted to Lieutenant, Hinman first saw action at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. He died when retreating after an unsuccessful attempt by the 15th Battalion to take Quinn’s Post on 10 May 1915.
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