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George William Isworth (c. 1881–1962)

George William Isworth (c.1881- ) enlisted in the AIF on 3 August 1915. He gave his age as 24 years and one month and his occupation as gas meter maker. He was described as being 5 feet 7½ inches tall, with a medium complexion, blue eyes and dark brown hair. His chest measurement was 33/35½ inches.

Isworth was transferred from the 58th Battalion to the 60th Battalion in February 1916 and served in France. In January 1917 he was transferred to the 12th Field Artillery Brigade. He was discharged in 1919.

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'Isworth, George William (c. 1881–1962)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/isworth-george-william-31696/text39155, accessed 25 April 2024.

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