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FERGUSON, Leopold Eric Alexis

Leopold Eric Alexis Ferguson

9146, Gunner Leopold Eric Alexis Ferguson

Dermatalogical Hospital Unit

6th Field Artillery Brigade

Died of Wounds – 9th June 1917

Australian War Memorial:

Studio portrait of 9146 Gunner (Gnr) Leopold Eric Alexis Ferguson, Dermatalogical Hospital Unit, of Goulburn, NSW. A clerk prior to enlisting with the AIF on 18 June 1915, he embarked from Sydney aboard HMAT Kanowna on 22 December 1915. Gnr Ferguson transferred to Artillery training on 2 April 1916 and in December was transferred to the 25th Field Artillery Brigade (FAB) to the 106th Battery. He died of wounds on 9 June 1917 in France, whilst serving with the 106th Battery, FAB. His cousin, Captain Leon Dudley Ferguson MC, 45th Battalion, of, North Sydney, NSW, also served with the AIF. He returned to Australia on 1 November 1919.
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ADFA Database

National Archives – Service Record

Australian War Graves

Picture Source – Trove

 
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