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John Horsley (1889–?)

John Horsley, n.d. photographer unknown

John Horsley, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

JOHN HORSLEY, Jnr., son of Mr. John Horsley and Mrs. K. A. Horsley, was born at Bega, New South Wales, on 9th December, 1889. He was educated at the Bega Grammar School, and joined the service of the Bank at Bombala on 15th May, 1906. His subsequent transfers were to Cooma in February, 1909; Taralga, May, 1910; and Goulburn, November, 1911, as ledger-keeper, being appointed teller on 21 st May, 1912.

He enlisted in November, 1915, proceeded to France and joined the 55th Battalion, reaching the rank of acting-sergeant.

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'Horsley, John (1889–?)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/horsley-john-20079/text31190, accessed 22 May 2024.

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John Horsley, n.d. photographer unknown

John Horsley, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of NSW Roll of Honour

Life Summary [details]

Birth

9 December, 1889
Bega, New South Wales, Australia

Religious Influence

Includes the religion in which subjects were raised, have chosen themselves, attendance at religious schools and/or religious funeral rites; Atheism and Agnosticism have been included.

Occupation
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