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Biographies

Brabiner, Private Walter no.3035 19th Battalion 7th Reinforcements, later 4th Battalion “Chardville” Eighth Avenue, Campsie. Clerk Enlisted 30/8/1915, aged 23. Single. Church of England. Next of kin, mother, Mrs J. Brabiner, 16 Quarrie Place, Hyde Park, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Embarked from Sydney per HMAT A29 Suevic 20/12/1915 Still abroad October 1919.

Brack, Air Mechanic Garnet Parry no.4438 4th Battalion, 14th Reinforcements, later Australian Flying Corps Wangee Road, Lakemba. Shop Assistant Born 1898, son of Phillip Conrad & Sarah Brack Enlisted 23/11/1915, aged 18 (i.e. 17). Single, Presbyterian. [Enlisted with E A Glanz from the same street] Next of kin: Mr PC. Brack, father, Wangee Road, Lakemba. Returned to Australia 23/9/1919 Married Jessie E. Larner in 1924 Died 24/1/1968 aged 69 Rookwood Cemetery Garden of Remembrance Wall 3 panel K Roll of Honour, St Pauls Church, Canterbury Lakemba RSC Roll of Honour

Brack, Lance-Corporal Wolsley Parry no.4437 4th Battalion 14th Reinforcements, later 2nd Australian Auxiliary Hospital

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Brackpool, Lieutenant Albert Arnold 56th Battalion Born 1894 in Sydney, son of Albert John and Georgina Eliza Brackpool Enlisted at Sydney Next of kin, father, Albert John Brackpool. Married Veronica J. Burke 1930 Roll of Honour, Croydon Park Methodist Church

Brackpool, Private Harold George Lisney no.6303 4th Battalion Born 1896 in Sydney, son of Albert John and Georgina Eliza Brackpool Enlisted at Sydney 4/3/1916 Next of kin, wife, Annie Brackpool Returned to Australia 26/7/1919 Roll of Honour, Croydon Park Methodist Church

Braddock, Private Alfred James no.2687 39th Battalion 5th Reinforcements Urunga Parade, Punchbowl. Presser Born 1894, son of Alfred & Martha Braddock Enlisted 3/10/1916, aged 21. Single. Baptist. Next of kin, father, Alfred Braddock, Urunga Parade, Punchbowl. Embarked from Sydney per HMAT A24 Benalla 9/11/1916 Casualty List SMH 12/7/1917 Wounded Returned to Australia 18/5/1918 Married Gladys M. Ives in 1919

Wangee Road, Lakemba. Labourer Born 1896, son of Phillip Conrad & Sarah Brack Bradney, Private Alfred Shields no. 1688 Enlisted 24/11/1915, aged 21. Single, 30th Battalion 2nd Reinforcements Presbyterian. [Enlisted with RA. Glanz from “Alfred Ville” Shakespeare Street, Campsie. the same street] Next of kin: Mr PC. Brack, Steward/Cook father, Wangee Road, Lakemba. Born in London, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Casualty list DT 10/10/1916 Wounded Bradney (severely) Enlisted at Liverpool 17/6/1915, aged 40. Casualty list DT 13/10/1916 Progressing Married. Church of England. Next of kin, wife, favourably Mary Ann Bradney, “Alfred Ville”, Casualty listDT7/l 1/1916 Still progressing Shakespeare Street, Campsie. favourably Embarked from Sydney 17/12/1915 per HMAT Casualty list SMH25/1/1917 (Black, W.P) A35 Berrima Casualty list DT 25/1/1917 Returned to duty Returned to Australia 21/12/1917 Casualty list SMH 4/5/1917 Wounded. (Old Died 1926 wound, previously reported, returned to duty) Roll of Honour, Canterbury District [The 2nd A.A.H. at Southall took limbless patients awaiting repatriation] Bragg, Private John Frederick no. 19452 SMH 31/12/1917 Listed for return to Australia by Steamer “O”. 2nd Field Ambulance, formerly Australian Returned to Australia 5/11/1917 Medical Corps October 1917 Reinforcements Died 12/10/1968 aged 72. “Mylora” Chalmers Street, Belmore. Clerk Rookwood Cemetery Garden of Remembrance Born 1899 in Sydney, son of Frederick E. and

Canterbury's Boys  

The names of over 1,900 men and five women associated with the Canterbury District who enlisted in World War I, for service with the Austral...

Canterbury's Boys  

The names of over 1,900 men and five women associated with the Canterbury District who enlisted in World War I, for service with the Austral...

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