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Private Charles Lambley

Ancestor Details

Ancestor's Name: Charles Lambley

Ancestor's date of birth: 30/12/1877

Ancestor's date of death: 20/07/1929

Cause of Death: Detail not provided

Service and Life Before the Boer War: Butcher

Service Number: 104

Colony or State of enlistment: QLD, Place of Enlistment: Brisbane

Unit: 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen

Rank attained in Boer War: PTE, Date Effective: 1901

Highest Rank attained (if served after war): No evidence of post Boer War service.

Murray Page: 512

Contingent: Sixth Queensland

Ship: Victoria, Date of Sailing: 04/04/1901

Memorial details: Buried at Bell, Queensland

Awards/Decorations/Commendations: Queen's South Africa Medal with Orange Free State, Transvaal, SA 1901 and 1902 clasps.

Personal Characteristics: Detail not provided

Reasons to go and fight: Detail not provided

Details of service in war: May 1901 - April 1902 in eastern Transvaal and Free State.

Service and life after the Boer War: Returned to Asutralia 17 June 1902 on the Devon. Was a butcher in Bell - had his own shop.

Descendant Details

Name of Descendant: Jean Turvey, Mount Pleasant QLD
Relationship to Ancestor: Great Granddaughter


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