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Darley, Thomas Henry (1874–1946)

army officer

Thomas Darley, being decorated with the Order of the British Empire by Sir Robert Munro Ferguson, 1919

Thomas Darley, being decorated with the Order of the British Empire by Sir Robert Munro Ferguson, 1919

Australian War Memorial, P03533.005

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Thomas Darley, being decorated with the Order of the British Empire by Sir Robert Munro Ferguson, 1919

Thomas Darley, being decorated with the Order of the British Empire by Sir Robert Munro Ferguson, 1919

Australian War Memorial, P03533.005

Life Summary [details]

Birth

1874
London, Middlesex, England

Death

31 October, 1946 (aged ~ 72)
St Peters, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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