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Private 979

4th Battalion

Bulli, New South Wales

His wife Hilda Louise of Trafalgar, Victoria

Randwick NSW 2/9/1914

Age 23 years 6 months, 5'6" 10 stone 5 pounds, grey eyes and black hair

Church of England


He was killed in action at Gallipoli 19/5/1915

He was first buried in Shrapnel Gully and then the 4th Battalion Parade Ground Cemetery Gallipoli Turkey.

None that can be identified

2/9/14 He enlisted in Randwick
20/10/14 He embarked Sydney on HMAT Euripides
He was in the school cadets
His wife Hilda Louise resided in Trafalgar
She is granted 52 pounds per annum from 13/9/15. She died in 1958 aged 67
His effects consisted of 1 purse, 1 chain, 1 medal, 1 diary, 1 cigarette case, letters coins in purse, 1 curio damaged, badges, 1 brooch, 1 testament, and a box containing cigarette cards. These were received on 6/3/16.
He has a son called Arthur Norman Gribble who, from 13/9/15, receives 20/- per two weeks. This started at 13 pounds per years.
Allison N Gribble of Trafalgar died 13/10/15
Hilda received the medals, plaque and scroll in the 1920s
The Reverend H A Gribble of 125 Princes Street St Church Hill Sydney NSW asks for grave photo
His father Arthur Hazelhurst Gribble was born in Geelong in 1870 served as well. He died in 1951 in Glenelg South Australia
He was the brother of Clement Gribble.



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GRIBBLE, Arthur Norman

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