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Born in Ripon, Ballarat, Victoria and a Clerk by occupation, Alexander Chisholm was 27 years and single when enlisted enlisted on the 21st of July 1915 in the 3rd Divisional Train, 22nd Company, Army Service Corps, Australian Imperial Force, with the rank of Driver, Number 10818. His Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board H.M.A.T. A34 'Persic' on the 3rd of June 1916. On the 21st of November 1916 proceeded overseas to France; on the 3rd of May 1917 re-joined Unit from detachment to 7th Field Ambulance; Discharged for duty with the 7th Field Artillery Brigade on the 15th of April 1917; discharged to duty with the 3rd Divisional Headquarters on the 22nd of August 1917; on the 1st of September 1917 re-joined from detachment to 3rd Divisional Headquarters. Embarked for return to Australia per 'Wiltshire' on the 9th of July 1919 and Disembarked on the 19th of August 1919 and discharged from the 3rd Military District on the 3rd of October 1919 with the Termination of Period of Enlistment. Tree No. 1738