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metadata.territoryanzacs.dc.title: Charles Branson
Name: Branson, Charles Henry
Rank: Private
Service Number: 661
Place of Birth: Weymouth (England)
Next of Kin: Henry and Marian Branson - Parents ; 6 Glendinney Avenue, Weymouth, Dorset, England.
Occupation: Labourer
Date of Enlistment: 26-Jan-1917
Age at Enlistment: 26 years 7 months
Place of Enlistment: Darwin
Unit: 41st Battalion
Service: Australian Imperial Force
Date of Death: 1918-10-14
Place of Death: St. Quentin (France)
Place of Burial: St. Sever Cemetery Extension (France)
Service History: Branson left Melbourne on board HMAT A29 'Suevic' on 21 June 1917. He died of wounds received on 1 October 1918 while with 41st Battalion, 11th Machine Gun Company, 10th Reinforcements.
Related link: Embarkation Roll - HMAT A29 'Suevic'
Darwin Returned Servicemens' League (RSL) : a concise history of its conception and development by Clive Francis Geddes. Darwin : Clive Francis Geddes, 2011: p.36.
Unit War diary
The Forty-First : being a record of the 41st Battalion A.I.F. during the Great War, 1914-18 by Frederick William MacGibbon. Perth : John Burridge, 1992.
"Probate Notice", Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 15 February 1919: p.9.
Roll of Honour
Nominal Roll
Service Record
"Shipping News", Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 10 June 1915: p.8.
Commonwealth War Graves - St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen - Charles Henry Branson
metadata.territoryanzacs.dc.subject.*: ANZAC
Australia. Army. Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- History
World War, 1914-1918 -- Northern Territory
Appears in Collections:Fallen ANZACs

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