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|Name:||Domney, Albert Thomas|
|Place of Birth:||London (England)|
|Next of Kin:||Julia Domney - Mother ; 18 Cricfield Road, Fulham, London, England.|
|Biographical notes:||Albert Thomas Domney, single, died at 40 from injuries received in a fall from a ladder.|
|Age at Enlistment:||18|
|Place of Enlistment:||Brisbane (Qld.)|
|Unit:||52nd Battalion 3rd Reinforcement 49th Battalion|
|Service:||Australian Imperial Force|
|Date of Death:||1939-12-13|
|Place of Death:||Kangaroo Point (Qld.)|
|Service History:||Domney was part of the Fourth Contingent that left on the SS 'Montoro' 11 October 1915 after being sworn in 6 October 1915. He embarked from Brisbane, on board HMAT A46 'Clan McGillivray' on 1 May 1916. He transferred to 49th Battalion and received a gun shot wound to the shoulder on 16 September 1918. Domney returned to Australia 15 January 1919 on the HT 'City of Exeter'.|
|Related link:||Farewell Smoke Social Programme Fourth Contingent October 1915.|
Always faithful : a history of the 49th Australian Infantry Battalion, 1916-1982 by Frederick Cranston. Brisbane, Qld. : Boolarong Publications, 1983.
"His death", Courier-Mail, 14 December 1939: p.7.
"Departing Darwin on the SS 'Montoro' in 1923", Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 7 April 1923: p.3.
Unit War Diary
52nd Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. France : 52nd Australian Infantry Battalion, 1918.
Darwin Returned Services League (RSL): a concise history of its conception and development by Clive Francis (Frank) Geddes, OAM edited by Norman S. Cramp. Darwin : Darwin Returned Services League (RSL), 2013: p. 51.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Northern Territory
Australia. Army. Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- History
|Appears in Collections:||Returned ANZACs|
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