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Jack Stibbard (1894–?)

Jack Stibbard, n.d. photographer unknown

Jack Stibbard, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour

JACK STIBBARD was born on 31st March, 1894, at Obley, New South Wales, the son of Mr. George John and Mrs. Stibbard, of Henty, New South Wales. He was educated at the Petersham Technical College. He entered the Bank’s service on 3rd August, 1911, at Henty; and on 9th July, 1915, was transferred to Corowa, as ledger-keeper.

Jack Stibbard enlisted on 3rd December, 1915, as a trooper in the A.I.F., and was allotted to the 6th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Anzac Mounted Division. He served in Egypt and Palestine, and was promoted to the rank of warrant officer on 1st April, 1919.

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Jack Stibbard, n.d. photographer unknown

Jack Stibbard, n.d. photographer unknown

from Bank of New South Wales Roll of Honour

Life Summary [details]

Birth

31 March, 1894
Obley, 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.

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