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Cpl. Harold Algernon Joseph Ahearn
Australian Imperial Force 9th Australian Field Ambulance
from:Broad Rd, South Randwick
Harold Ahearn was my 1st cousin 3 times removed. On the 12th of Aug 1914 her enlisted in the Naval and Military Expeditionary Force, Tropical Unit Army Medical Corps as part of the Naval assault against the Germans in PNG. On the 8th of Mar 1916 he has a second enlistment in the AIF Cpl 9th Field Ambulance. He returned to Australia 21 June 1919
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