Peter HARROWER (1894-1953)

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Albert and Peter Harrower 1940
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L\CPL: 6815 Albert Alexander HARROWER 35th Bn AIF. PTE: 5697 Peter HARROWER. 30th BN AIF. Anzac Day. Coffs Harbour. N.S.W.

30TH BATTALION AIF.

Lance Corporal: 5697 Peter HARROWER.


Born: 1894. Honeysuckle Flat via Gladstone, New South Wales, Australia. Birth Cert:27886/1894.

Married: 1921. Burwood, New South Wales, Australia. Marriage Cert:1935/1922.

Wife: Ellen Rose Ada Harrower. nee: Alexander.

Died: 27th July 1953. Bondi, New South Wales, Australia. Death Cert:22948/1953.


Father: James Harrower.

Mother: Janet Harrower. nee: Bulter.


INFORMATION

Peter Harrower enlisted in the A.I.F. on the 8th January 1916 in Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia. Serial number 5697, Peter was enlisted to serve with the 2nd Battalion, 18th Reinforsements A.I.F. Peter was later transfered to the 30th Battalion. He embarked for overseas on the 3rd of June 1916. Peter was promoted to Lance Corporal on the 12th of June 1918 and wounded on the 30th of August 1918 and returned to Australia medically unfit on the 30th of December 1918. Peter received the British War Medal 47362 and the Victory Medal 46247.

Family Information

Peter was a single 21 year old Farmer from Summer Island upon enlistment.

Port Macquarie War Memorial

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Memorial Photo David HARROWER 2010.

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