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Sapper ALBERT ERNEST GRIBBLE 1st Australian Miners' Corps, under Major Coulter. Enlisted 15th July, 1915. Em-barked from Sydney, March, 1916. Had to re-embark owing to transport having to put back for repair after running aground. Landed Marseilles May, 1916. Went into trenches at France. In fight-ing for seven months at Fleurbaix. Over come by poison gas discharged by enemy boring through trenches. Severely gassed, causing injury to lungs. Invalided to hospitals in England and Scotland. Or-dered home 31st December, 1916.
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::Sapper ALBERT ERNEST GRIBBLE 1st Australian Miners' Corps, under Major Coulter. Enlisted 15th July, 1915. Embarked from Sydney, March, 1916. Had to reembark owing to transport having to put back for repair after running aground. Landed Marseilles May, 1916. Went into trenches at France. In fighting for seven months at Fleurbaix. Over come by poison gas discharged by enemy boring through trenches. Severely gassed, causing injury to lungs. Invalided to hospitals in England and Scotland. Ordered home 31st December, 1916.<ref>Bendigonian, 24 may 2017.</ref>
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[[3rd Tunnelling Company]]
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Clare Gervasoni, 09 June 2019
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Can you assist this project by supplying photos or more information on George Day? We are looking for copies of photographs and memorabilia relating to tunnellers from the Ballarat Electorate. If you can help, please drop us a line:
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History

Military Experience

Sapper ALBERT ERNEST GRIBBLE 1st Australian Miners' Corps, under Major Coulter. Enlisted 15th July, 1915. Embarked from Sydney, March, 1916. Had to reembark owing to transport having to put back for repair after running aground. Landed Marseilles May, 1916. Went into trenches at France. In fighting for seven months at Fleurbaix. Over come by poison gas discharged by enemy boring through trenches. Severely gassed, causing injury to lungs. Invalided to hospitals in England and Scotland. Ordered home 31st December, 1916.[1]

See also

3rd Tunnelling Company

References

  1. Bendigonian, 24 may 2017.

Other links



Clare Gervasoni, 09 June 2019

Can you assist this project by supplying photos or more information on George Day? We are looking for copies of photographs and memorabilia relating to tunnellers from the Ballarat Electorate. If you can help, please drop us a line: miningmudandmedals@gmail.com