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Livermore, Albert (6830)

Place of Birth: Westfield, Sussex, England

Age: 32 years 7 months

Enlistment Details: Friday, 7 September 1917 – Port Melbourne, VIC

Service Number: 6830            view online service record

Falstaff Hotel, Spencer Street
Melbourne, VIC

Next of Kin:
Louisa Livermore (mother)
12 Crown Street (Oldtown)
Eastbourne, Sussex, England

Embarkation Details:
Date: Wednesday, 21 November 1917
Ship: HMAT Nestor A71
Port: Melbourne, VIC
Unit: 24th Infantry Battalion – 20th Reinforcements

DOW: Saturday, 15 June 1918
Place: War Hospital, Napebury, St Albans, England

Private, 24th Infantry, Died of wounds 15 June 1918, England, aged 33, commemorated Hammersmith Old Cemetery, London, England.

Mother: Mrs Louisa Livermore (Essex, England), born Essex, England. Perhaps a marginal inclusion – he enlisted in Port Melbourne as a 32-year-old platelayer, address as the Flagstaff Hotel, West Melbourne. His cause of death is somewhat unclear – he was invalided back to England with a gunshot wound to the thigh, but at the time of his passing some five weeks later was also shown as suffering from bronchitis and pneumonia. No circular returned.

Additional research by Brian Membrey

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