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Terry Gordon Bernard



The Examiner 28 May 1941


Mrs Eileen Terry, of Launceston, has been advised that her son, Private Gordon Bernard Terry, died of burns previously reported to have been received accidentally overseas. Private Terry was in his 23rd year and was educated at St. Patrick's College, Launceston. He joined the A.I.F. early in the war




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