He was born 1889 in
Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No 1, France.
Lieut. Horace Chamberlain, who was reported in yesterday's 'Advocate' and 'Times' as having died of wounds in France, was associated with the Burnie Methodist Church during the ministry of Rev. F. J. Banian, whose assistant he was for a time. Lieut. Chamberlain enlisted at Burnie over two years ago as a private, with the late Pte. R. G. Chalk. These young men were great comrades while in Burnie, and both have died as such in a great cause._
The North Western Advocate 18th April 1918
courtesy Jim Rouse
Sisters Sue McPee and and Claire Haigh at their gg uncle’s grave
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