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He and fellow Captain, Thomas Murray were the two form masters of the Second Form.There are staff photographs taken in 1912, which show both of them.He lived the rest of his life in Western Australia, marrying and having 6 children. John Henry Abigail served with the Norfolk Regiment 8th Battalion.He was executed for desertion on 12th September 1917, aged 20 and is buried in Esquelbecq Communal Cemetery, Nord, France. In brief he came from a very poor family, with more than it's share of troubles.
He fought through some fairly hideous experiences in the 8th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, finding himself in the charnel house that was the Somme including actions at Delville Wood (aka Devil's Wood) where he was wounded. Sad to think, he married in 1912 and had a son the following year and my mother was born 9th August 1914, 3 days before he was sent off to war. Albert was not aware that his son had died until he was repatriated. After all he had endured he was still put on a charge in 1920 for obtaining leave in an unconventional manner(whatever that means). Death DOW No 34 French Canadian Hospital, Troys, France. Former No 202636 or 5700 LSgt, 5th Battalion, Kings Liverpool Regiment, Territorial Force. Next of Kin - Mrs J Acheson, 62 Windsor Road, Truebrook, Liverpool.
Hoping for a response Norman Abbott left Australia in July 1917 and joined the 33rd Battalion in France in March 1918.
He was wounded in action twice, in April 1918 he was admitted to 3rd General Hospital at Le Treport, he returned to his unit after treatment and suffered a gun shot wound which fractured a finger on the 25th July 1918.
I have no known details about my Grandfather's WW1 efforts except that he had injuries to his right shoulder and chest, due to gas burns sustained in France.
His name was Alexander Abercrombie, he only had two war medals, plus a little medal from his home town of Wooler, Northumberland, so I was told he only joined WW1 in 1916 thereabouts. He then emigrated to Western Australia in 1921 and joined the Australian Army in 1939 for WW2, as a trainer to soldiers, mostly on Rottnest Island, Western Australia, till the end of the war.
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His son Geoffrey Abbott joined the same battalion, the same regiment during World War Two.