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Conway Harvey Stanley
11th Brigade. Australian Field Artillery
Warialda , New South Wales , Australia
16 october 1917
Son of Daniel and Catherine Conway , Warialda , NSW
Husband of Florence Elizabeth Conway, of "Myola," Eton St., Nundah, Brisbane, Queensland
5'9" = 1.75 m
12 stone 6 lbs = 78.9 kg
Church of England
Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery
Plot XXI , Row E , Stone 9
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16 october 1917
Enlisted at Brisbane , Queensland in 1st Reinforcements , 9th Field Artillery Brigade
Embarked at Sydney per HMAT 'Argyllshire'
Disembarked at Devonport , England
Posted to the Australian Artillery Training Depot , Larkhill, England.
Admitted to Parkhouse Hospital with the mumps.
Discharged to Larkhill Depot
Admitted to Fargo Military Hospital with Tonsilitis
Proceeded overseas to France
Marched in at Australian General Base Depot at Rouelles.
Marched out to the 4th Division , Australian Field Artillery
Taken on strength
Transferred to the 11th Brigade . Australian Field Artillery and posted to the 43rd Battery.
Wounded in action and evacuated.
Admitted to the 3rd Australian Field Ambulance with wounds to the abdomen .
Transferred to the 17th Casualty Clearing Station at Poperinge.
Died of wounds received the same day.
An eye-witness account from Gunner Borden , 11th AFA :
' He was wounded by a splinter in the stomach from a high explosive shell in his dugout at night , behind Zonnebeke , about 2 am. He thought he was all right and did not want to go away . However he lay down in a dugout and went to sleep. They found him very sleepy , doped as we would call it . Later we heard that he died , he had bled internally , the wound being deeper than he thought.'
An extract from the 11th Bde. Australian Field Artillery ar diary ,dated 16 october 1917;
Location : Broodseinde , Zonnebeke
'Enemy have been active all day and night. Battery poistions were shelled at all times. Harassing fire has been kept on roads and approaches. 3 other ranks wounded and evacuated.'