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Lee H. Brown


2nd Divisional Train

Medals Earned

  • British War Medal
  • Victory Medal

Tree Information

  • Species: Ulmus Procera
  • Planted By: Miss E. Carey
  • Plaque: 3794

Additional Info

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Born in Cope Cope, Victoria and a Grazier by trade, Lee Harold Brown was 29 years and single when enlisted on the 5th of June 1916 in the, Australian Imperial Force, Number 2789. On the 1st of January 1918 driver admitted to Mil Hospital, Sutton Veny, England; on the 6th of January 1916 Driver admitted sick to Sutton Veny Military Hospital ex Warminster, England. On the 1st of April 1918 driver preceded overseas, France vis Southampton; on the 3rd of April marched in ex England from Havre. On the 18th of May 1918, taken on strength in the 20th Coy, Field. On the 22nd of February 1918 leave to England from Field; on the 25th of April 1919 leave to Brussels from field. On the 16th of May 1919 marched in ex France and was listed as returned to Australia on the 7th of July 1919. Disembarked on the 5th of September 1919. Discharged from the 3rd Military District on the 15th of November 1919 with termination of Period of Enlistment. War service: Western Front Tree No.3794

Location in Ballarat Avenue of Honour