BiographyCeil Henry gave his address as care of Mrs. J. Greentree, Laughtondale Post Office, Lower Hawkesbury, NSW when he enlisted in 1914. He was wounded on the 3rd May 1915 at Gallipoli and died at the Number 17, General Hospital in Alexandria four days later.Age21Date of Death7th May 1915Civil employmentElectricianRelationshipsBrother of Miss Ethel Bailey of the District Hospital, Narrandera, NSW.
Service number6RankPrivateRegiment13th Infantry BattalionPlace of enlistmentRoseberry Park Camp, NSWPlace of deathAlexandria, EgyptBattleBattle of GallipoliMemorial or CemeteryAlexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, EgyptMemorial/Cemetery Wisemans Ferry Bowling ClubMemorial NotesCecil Bailey is also commemorated on the Wisemans Ferry War Memorial which was unveiled on ANZAC day 2015.KeywordsWisemans FerryFirst World War
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