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Stuart Gordon Brown (1892–1972)

Stuart Gordon Brown, c 1915 photographer unknown

Stuart Gordon Brown, c 1915 photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

STUART GORDON BROWN was born at Corinda, near Brisbane, on 11th July, 1892, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. G. Brown, and received his education at the Bowen House School, Brisbane, and the Ipswich Boys’ Grammar School. On 6th April, 1913, he joined the Bank’s staff at Warwick, Q., and was sent to Chinchilla, Q., on 24th May, 1913.

He enlisted on 30th July, 1915, and fought with the 25th Infantry Battalion, winning promotion on the field to sergeant in August, 1916. On 27th September, 1918, he was made company quartermaster sergeant.

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Stuart Gordon Brown, c 1915 photographer unknown

Stuart Gordon Brown, c 1915 photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

Life Summary [details]

Birth

11 July, 1892
Corinda, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Death

4 January, 1972 (aged 79)
Queensland, Australia

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