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Frederick George Drury was born in St Arnaud but was living at Mollongghip when he enlisted on 14th July 1916. He was 18, single and an assistant grocer. He joined the 8th Infantry Battalion, with Regimental No. 6500. He was wounded in action at Queant Valley and was in the 8th General Hospital when he died on 2nd May 1917. He is buried at Bois Guillaume Communal Cemetery, France.
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