Born 5th April 1898 Sheffield Tasmania to James Thomas and Eliza Jane Ivory (nee Febey) he departed Melbourne 4th August 1917 on board “HMAT Themistocles” with the 12th Infantry Battalion.
Pte Ivory was killed in action 1st May 1918 and is commemorated in the Le Peuplier Military Cemetery, Caestre, France
On Tuesday afternoon the Rev. B. Semmens conveyed the sad news to Mr. Chas. Ivory of Lower Barrington that his brother Pte. Bert Ivory was killed in action on May 1. Pte. Ivory sailed with the 26th Reinforcements for the 12th Batt. He was the youngest son of Mr. Jas. Ivory and was only 19 years of age when he enlisted.The North Western Advocate 16th May 1918
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