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Perrett, Stanley Charles (2015)

Place of Birth: Geelong, VIC

Age: 22 years 3 months

Enlistment Details: Thursday, 14 January 1915 – Melbourne, VIC

Service Number: 2015            view online service record

23 Lyne Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Next of Kin:
Norah Perrett (mother)
23 Lyne Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Embarkation Details:
Date: Saturday, 17 April 1915
Ship: HMAT Hororata A20
Port: Melbourne, VIC
Unit: 7th Infantry Battalion – 5th Reinforcements

KIA: Wednesday, 19 July 1916
Place: France

Stanley Charles Perrett. AWM P07769.001.

There is no Lyne Street in Port Melbourne, perhaps it should by Lyons Street.

Brother: George Alfred Perrett

Private, 59 Infantry, killed in action 19 July, 1916, France, age 23, commemorated VC Corner Australian Cemetery, France.

Parents: Alfred and Norah PERRETT, born Geelong, educated Nott Street SS. His mother was shown as 23 Lyne (Lyons?) Street, but shortly after at 485 City Road, South Melbourne Circular returned from 485 City Road, Brother, 254, George Alfred PERRETT enlisted from there, February, 1916. Perrett was killed in action during the 5th Division’s attack on German positions at Fromelles on the night of 19/20th July 1916.

Additional research by Brian Membrey


  • Brian Membrey
    Posted October 18, 2016 7.49 pm 0Likes

    “I knew Perrett. We were together at Fleurbaix on the 19th July, 1916. He had an impediment in his speech and stuttered. I was wounded on that day when we lost so many of my Battalion near Fromelles. The last I saw of Perrett that day was as he lay badly wounded of a stretcher in No Man’s Land. Pte. W. Smith of my Coy. told me afterwards that Perrett died before he could be brought back” (Cook, James Aboyner, 1197, 57th A.I.F)

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