Eric Percy AWMM
Also known as
WWI 54684 AWMM
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Miss Irene Greenwood (sister), 158 Bridge Street, Nelson, New Zealand AWMM
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- Son of Cecil and Annie Greenwood, of Murgon, Queensland, Australia
The Official History, records that Private Greenwood was first buried in an isolated grave 8 and 3/4 miles S.E. of Valenciennes, France. AWMM
- Brother of (1) Trooper Gascoyne Cecil Greenwood NZEF Service 13/1034 of the Auckland Mounted Rifles NZEF - who died of wounds 2 December 1915 - at Gallipoli, Turkey.
Also brother of (2) Lieutenant Roy Harry Greenwood - served Australian forces (AIF) Regimental service # 72; Born Ashburton, New Zealand. Enlisted 30 April 1915 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (aged 18 years). Served France & Belgium. Wounded in action multiple times. Returned to Australia - on 18 January 1919 - aboard HT 'Ulysses'. Died at Sydney, Australia in 1970. Public - Jenifer - Researcher - 22 December 2016 - Military File of Lieutenant Roy Harry Greenwood AIF : National Archives of Australia : Item ref # B2455 Greenwood R.H.
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