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L/Cpl. Harold Henry Partridge
Australian Imperial Forces 33rd Btn. D Coy.
Harold Henry Partridge, known as Henry was a farmer from Niangala, NSW, he enlisted in January 1916 when he was aged 25 and went abroad with the 33rd Btn AIF. He saw action at the Battle of Messines in June 1917, was promoted to Lance Corporal in the field on the 31st August and on the 2nd of October was wounded in action and invalided to England aboard the hospital ship St Denis. He was admitted to Boscombe Hospital in Hampshire with a severe wound to his upper jaw. He returned to Australia on the 7th of March 1918 on board HMAT Port Darwin.
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