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Foster Ronald Percy

 

FOSTER, Private, RONALD PERCY, TX152. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry.

 Killed 29th December 1942. Age 24.

 Son of William James Foster and Annie Dorothy Foster, of Launceston, Tasmania.

Buried at Bomana.

 KILLED IN ACTION

The first man sworn into the Second A.I F. in Northern Tasmania has been killed in action in New Guinea. He was Pte. R. P. Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Foster, of Glen Dhu St. Launceston. He served in England, Palestine, Libya, Syria and at Tobruk before being transferred to New Guinea. He was aged 24.

Advocate Burnie 5 Feb 1943

 

 

 

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