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Born in Winchelsea, Geelong, Corio and a Grocer by trade, Marcus Phillip Braham was 23 years and single when enlisted on the 24th of September 1914 in the Australian Reserve Park 1, Company 10, Australian Imperial Force, with the rank of Driver, Number 2460. His Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A26 Armadale on the 20th of October 1914. On the 28th of October 1917 admitted to County Middlesex War Hospital, England suffering from gunshot wound arm leg severe. On the 19th of June 1918 admitted to General Hospital sick with Influenza; on the 24th of July 1916 injury to ankle slight; on the 26th of October 1917 wounded in action and admitted Shot wound Left Leg & Arm to 2nd Causality Clearing Station. On the 27th of December 1917 admitted shot wound Arm and leg and was listed as returned to Australia per 'Borda' on the 20th of October 1918. Disembarked on the 15th of December 1918 and discharged on the 9th of November 1920. Tree No. 2578