Arthur Berkeley LONG

Arthur Berkeley Long Photo:
Australian War Memorial
Birthplace
Townsville
Resided
Brisbane
Occupation
Commercial Traveller
Enlisted
15-January-1916
Place
Brisbane
Age
24
Status
Single
Service No
21243
Rank
Gunner
Unit
9th Field Artillery Brigade, 36th Battery
Embarked
11-May-1916
Place
Sydney
Active Service
Western Front
Highest rank
Corporal
Honours and Awards
No
Fate
How Died
Died of wounds
Date
09-April-1918
Place
Amiens, France
Cemetery or Memorial
Vignacourt British Cemetery, France
Notes

 Also named on Toowoomba Mothers’ Memorial. 

 

Arthur Long arrived in France in December 1916 and transferred to the 9th Field Artillery Brigade 107th Howitzer Battery. He was wounded in action near Amiens on 6 April 1918 and admitted to the 20th Australian Casualty Clearing Station where he died three days later.