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James Henry Grant

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James Henry Grant

Service No: 456
Place Of Birth: St Leonards-On-Sea, England
Place Of Enlistment: Oaklands, SA, Australia
Next Of Kin: Grant, Mrs A E (mother)

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Embarkation Details 456

Service No: 456

Rank: Sergeant

Roll Title: 11 LHR [Light Horse Regiment] (June 1915)

Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918

Date Of Embarkation: 2 June 1915

Place Of Embarkation: Brisbane

Ship Embarked On: HMAT Medic A7

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