Albert David (Bert) PULLEN

Badge Number: S2949, Sub Branch: Pt Lincoln

PULLEN, Albert David

Service Number: 1540
Enlisted: 2 December 1914, Oaklands, South Australia, Australia
Last Rank: Sergeant
Last Unit: 50th Infantry Battalion
Born: Gibraltar, Spain, date not yet discovered
Home Town: Port Lincoln, Port Lincoln, South Australia
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Packer, South Australian Railways
Died: Port Lincoln, South Australia, 28 January 1961, cause of death not yet discovered, age not yet discovered
Cemetery: Not yet discovered
Memorials: Adelaide South Australian Railways WW1 & WW2 Honour Boards, Port Lincoln & District Honor Roll WW1, Port Lincoln S.A.R. Eyre's Peninsula Division Roll of Honour WW1
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World War 1 Service

2 Dec 1914: Enlisted AIF WW1, Oaklands, South Australia, Australia
19 Feb 1915: Involvement AIF WW1, Private, SN 1540, 10th Infantry Battalion
19 Feb 1915: Embarked AIF WW1, Private, SN 1540, 10th Infantry Battalion, HMAT Runic, Melbourne
12 Nov 1917: Discharged AIF WW1
11 Nov 1918: Involvement AIF WW1, Sergeant, SN 1540, 50th Infantry Battalion
Date unknown: Involvement 10th Infantry Battalion, Battle for Pozières

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Medals: 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal

Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA: 1910 - 1924) Friday 25 March 1921


Mr. A. D. Pullen, of the locomotive branch, has been appointed fitters mate   at the Cummins running sheds on the Eyre Peninsula division.

Port Lincoln Times (SA: 1927 - 1954) Friday 19 July 1935


Mrs. A. D. Pullen, who died at the Port Lincoln Hospital on Sunday morning, after a long illness, at the age of 40 years, was born in Port Lincoln. Her maiden name was Irene Frick. Mrs. Pullen, who was a loyal war-worker, left a widower and two sons, Patrick (10) and Peter (5). The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, at the Catholic Cemetery, when Rev. Father P. L. Kelly was assisted by Father P. P. Kelly, eighteen altar boys took part in the service, as a mark of respect for Pat Pullen, who is an altar boy. Several of Mr. Pullen's fellow railway employes were pallbearers, and Mr. S. J. Wyatt was in charge of the funeral arrangements.