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Private 624

1st Field Artillery

Templestowe

His father W Richardson Malvern Rd East Malvern. Formally of Mardan, Victoria

Sydney 4/9/1914

Age 22 years and 4 months, 5'7", 10 stone, brown eyes and brown hair.

Church of England

Bushman

He was killed in action on 28/7/18

He was buried in Querrieu British Cemetery France

He was from the Mardan area


4/9/14 He enlisted in Sydney
18/10/14 He embarked Sydney on A8 Argyllshire
He disembarked Suez
1/7/15 He transferred to the 3rd Infantry Battalion at Tel 'el-Kebir and then on same date to the 1st Field Artillery at Anzac
10/8/15 He was in hospital in Alexandria
28/7/18 he was killed in action
He was the brother of Frank Richardson
Eric Barclay Richardson was the name given by his brother Hugh when applying for the Gallipoli medal

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RICHARDSON, Eric

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