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DIXON, Henry Stanley


Private 2206

29th Battalion

Wodsley Sheffield Yorkshire England

Joseph Ashby Dixon His mother worked at Wharncliffe War Hospital Sheffield

Melbourne, Victoria 15/7/1915

Age 20 years 6 months,

Farm labourer

He was wounded in action on 7/11/16, was taken to No 36 Casualty Clearing Station & died the same day

Heily Station Cemetery Mericourt L'Abbe 2 miles from Corbie

He worked for Mr Alfred Bickle Goad of Dumbalk, Victoria

15/7/15 He enlisted in Melbourne
18/2/ 16 He embarked Melbourne on HMAT Ballarat
10/5/16 He left Alexandria
20/5/16 He arrived at Marseilles
He was in the 29th Battalion on the Lewis Gun
7/11/16 He was wounded in action and went to No 36 casualty Clearing Station
7/11/16 He died of wounds and was buried the same day in Heilly Station cemetery Mericourt L'Abbe 2 and half miles from Corbie
He worked for Mr. Alfred Bickle Goad of Dumbalk
The Clerk of Courts Korumburra received a statement of death 4/12/17 as a request required for the probate of his will
He had a National Mutual Insurance Policy.
All medals went to his father


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