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Jack Wilfred Armitage (1895–?)

Jack Wilfred Armitage, n.d.

Jack Wilfred Armitage, n.d.

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

JACK WILFRED ARMITAGE, the son Mr. Edward and Mrs. Bridget Armitage, was born at Maryborough, Queensland, on 2nd December, 1895. He was educated at the Boys’ Grammar School in Maryborough, and joined the service of the Bank in that town on 10th September, 1912. He was transferred to Scone in April, 1914.

He enlisted in December, 1915, and received his sergeant’s stripes with the 42nd Battalion in June, 1916. In September of the following year he was promoted to the rank of company sergeant-major and warrant-officer, class II. In January 1919, he was appointed regimental sergeant-major and warrant-officer, class I. He had been on active service in France for nearly three years.

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Jack Wilfred Armitage, n.d.

Jack Wilfred Armitage, n.d.

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

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2 December, 1895
Maryborough, Queensland, Australia

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