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Leonard Amyas (Bud) Brydon (1894–1953)

Leonard Amyas Brydon, n.d. photographer unknown

Leonard Amyas Brydon, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

LEONARD AMYAS BRYDON, son of the late Mr. John Mackenzie Brydon and Mrs. Marianne Helena Brydon, was born at South Brisbane on 22nd October, 1894.

He was educated at the Brisbane Boys’ Grammar School, and entered the service of the Bank at South Brisbane on 7th June, 1912.

He enlisted on 14th May, 1915, and served in France and Flanders with the 15th, 47th and finally the 49th Battalions.

He was promoted to the rank of corporal in August, 1915, and received his sergeant’s stripes four months later. He obtained his commission on 1st May, 1918, and was gazetted lieutenant on 1 st September of that year.

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Leonard Amyas Brydon, n.d. photographer unknown

Leonard Amyas Brydon, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

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Birth

22 October, 1894
South Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Death

15 February, 1953 (aged 58)
Hamilton, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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