Harold Vasper PARTRIDGE

PARTRIDGE, Harold Vasper

Service Number: S55096
Enlisted: 1 January 1942
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: Not yet discovered
Born: Erith, South Australia, 24 April 1903
Home Town: Balaklava, Wakefield, South Australia
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Not yet discovered
Died: Illness, Adelaide, South Australia, 10 July 1942, aged 39 years
Cemetery: Balaklava Public Cemetery, S.A.
Lot 46
Memorials: Adelaide WW2 Wall of Remembrance, Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Balaklava District WW2 Roll of Honour, Balaklava WW1 & WW2 Honour Roll, Balaklava WW1 & WW2 Memorial
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World War 2 Service

1 Jan 1942: Involvement Private, S55096
1 Jan 1942: Enlisted Balaklava, SA
1 Jan 1942: Enlisted Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Private, S55096

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The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931 - 1954) Saturday 11 July 1942


PARTRIDGE. — On July 10 at Adelaide General Hospital, Harold Vasper Partridge, of Erith, Balaklava, aged 39 years.


The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931 - 1954) Friday 24 July 1942

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In Australia

Previously Reported Placed on Seriously Ill List. Now Reported Died Of Illness S55096, Pte. H. V. Partridge, Inf., Balaklava.


The Producer (Balaklava, SA: 1940 - 1950) Thursday 11 August 1949


Two trees dedicated to Privates C. R. May and H. V. Partridge, who lost their lives during World War II, were planted when Arbor Day was held at the Erith school last Friday.

Mr. R. S. Goldney MP, who took part in the ceremony was accompanied by Mrs. Goldney who was handed a posy by Robert Angel, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Angel. 

Rev. B. S. Howland, of Balaklava recited the Ode 'They Shall Grow Not Old . .' and Mr. C. G. Samp son sounded the Last Post.

Parents of the late Mr. May tended the apology for being unable to attend and the late Mr. Partridge was represented by Mr. F. Partridge.

In addition to the memorial service the teacher (Mr. R. Wissell) arranged a display of work accomplished by the scholars who were later given a half holiday by the chairman of the school committee (Mr. E. G. Wedding).