Stanley GREENBURY

Birthplace
Toowoomba
Resided
Toowoomba
Occupation
Blacksmith
Enlisted
20-March-1916
Place
Brisbane
Age
20
Status
Single
Service No
1207
Rank
Private
Unit
42nd Battalion, D Company
Embarked
05-June-1916
Place
Sydney
Active Service
Western Front
Highest rank
N/A
Honours and Awards
No
Fate
How Died
Killed in action
Date
02-October-1918
Place
Bony, France
Cemetery or Memorial
Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, France
Notes

Also named on Toowoomba Mothers’ Memorial and P.A.F.S.O.A. Beaconsfield Lodge Honour Board. 

 

Brother of 109 Driver Leslie Sydney Greenbury (DOD) and 325 Private Sydney Anderson Greenbury.

 

Stanley Greenbury landed in France in December 1916 attached to the 11th Field Ambulance Company and re-joined the 42nd Battalion in February 1918. He was killed in action in France on 2 October at Bony during the battle of Mont Saint-Quentin (the offensive was planned by General John Monash). He was 23.

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