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Edward Horace HUGGETT (Private 6530)
Birth: 1884 Douglas Park, NSW, Australia
Death: 10 August 1918 (age 34) France, Killed in Action
Cemetery or Mememorial: Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, France
Father: Edward HUGGETT (1858 - 1937)
Mother: Eliza GILLESPIE (1863 - 1941)
Marriage: Johanna BRADY. 1916 (age 32) Sydney, NSW, Australia
Edward gave his occupation as Miner when he enlisted 1 May 1916 at Sports Ground Sydney, and his next of kin his wife Johanna Huggett of 127 Underwood Street, Paddington, Sydney.
Edward served in the 13th Battalion A.I.F. He departed Sydney on the 'Ceramic' 7 October 1916 and arrived France via England January 1917.
He was wounded in action (exhaustion) Belgium 12 June 1917.
Edward had two brothers who served. George Alexander Huggett (Private 2090) was Killed in Action at Passchendaele and James F Huggett (7743) who was wounded and returned to Australia.
Photograph of Private Edward Huggett courtesy of Australiam War Memorial.
Private Edward Horace HUGGETT was killed in action in France 10 August 1918 age 34.
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