BRODERICK, EDGAR ARTHUR
KILLED IN KOREA
Pte. Edgar Arthur Broderick of Bellerive, was killed accidentally in Korea on Thursday. Pte Broderick was a member of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment. He was aged 22, and unmarried.
He had been a member of the C.M.P. General Transport Company. Hobart, and in civil life was a mechanic.
He enlisted on February 5, 1952, in the special Korea force, and arrived in Korea in November.
The Mercury 18th April 1953
Member of the Forces
BRODERICK, Edgar Arthur. – On April 16, 1953, result of accident in Korea, dearly loved and loving son of Edgar and Mary, Bellerive.
BRODERICK. -Accidentally killed in Korea, April 16, 1953, Edgar Arthur, dearly beloved brother of Marj (Mrs. S. Ploughman), Jack, Audrey (Mrs. Fox), Jim (deceased, Pat (Mrs. Kingston), Sheila (Mrs. Gangell), Kathleen, Mary, and Dorothy, aged 22 years.
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