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Ayliffe George Bryant
27th Bn. Australian Infantry
Glenelg , South Australia
29 june 1916
Son of Leonora Mary Ayliffe, of 5, Marlborough St., Malvern, South Australia, and the late Henry Charles Hamilton Ayliffe
St. Peter's College , Adelaide ,
5'7" = 1.70 m
136 lbs = 61.6 kg
Church of England
La Plus Douve Farm Cemetery
Plot I ,Row C , Stone 6
17 may 1915
23 june 1915
4 september 1915
5 october 1915
8 october 1915
13 october 1915
23 october 1915
20 december 1915
26 december 1915
28 january 1916
26 february 1916
5 march 1916
15 march 1916
21 march 1916
29 june 1916
Enlisted in the 2nd Reinforcements,27th Bn. AIF
Embarked at Adelaide per HMAT 'Kanowna'
Proceeded to join the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli from Alexandria per HT 'Invernia'
Sick to 7th Field Ambulance
Transferred to the 16th Casualty Clearing Station with guns shot wound to the right tigh and diarrhoea.
Admitted and transferred to Hospital Ship "Soudan"
Admitted to St. Elmo Hospital in Malta with gun shot wound to the right tigh.
Transferred to Ghajn Tuffieha Convalescent Camp in Malta
Discharged for active service
Embarked HT 'Bornu' to Egypt
Disembarked at Alexandria , Egypt
Transferred to Australian Overseas Base at Zeitoun
* Disobedience of Order
Penalty = 4 days confined to camp
Rejoined Battalion at Ismailia , Egypt
Embarked at Alexandria for France
Disembarked in Marseille
Killed in action
An extract from the 27th Bn. Australian Infantry 28/29 june 1916 :
Location : Trenches Messines area
'During the night our raiding party entered enemy trenches at Ontario farm under an artillery barrage.
Did some damage killing 17 Germans and 4 taking prisoner.
Retaliation by Boch artillery resulted in severe own casualties
4 killed and 26 wounded.'