Not sure if this is him as states he was single?
Barrier Miner, Wednesday 23 December 1936
DEATH OF MR. PETER KEOGH
The death occurred at the Broken Hill and District Hospital today of Mr. Peter Keogh, aged about 69. Mr. Keogh, who was born in Ireland, came to Australia as a child.
He enlisted and served at the Boer War and also in the Great War. Since the Great War he has been employed along the line of lode, and up to the time of his death was employed at the Central Mine. Mr. Keogh was single.
His funeral will leave the Federal Palace Hotel, Bromide-street, at ll a.m. to-morrow under the direction of Tom J. Mallon.
No family attended his funeral. Full name given as Peter Henry KEOGH in probate notice (he died intestate).
There was another Peter Henry KEOGH in Tasmania, also a miner; he served in WWI and was 37 in 1915. He was born in New York, USA. Interestingly, there was a Peter KEOGH who enlisted in Tasmania in the Boer War...bit confusing!