Charles George Lungley (Chalky) BERRYMAN

BERRYMAN, Charles George Lungley

Service Number: WX11409
Enlisted: 5 April 1941
Last Rank: Corporal
Last Unit: 2nd/32nd Infantry Battalion
Born: Wimbledon. England, 21 March 1908
Home Town: Marybrook, Western Australia
Schooling: Unknown
Occupation: Farmer
Died: Died of wounds, New Guinea, 16 September 1943, aged 35 years
Cemetery: Lae War Cemetery
Lae War Cemetery, Lae, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea
Memorials: Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Busselton War Memorial
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World War 2 Service

3 Sep 1939: Involvement Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Corporal, WX11409
5 Apr 1941: Enlisted Australian Military Forces (Army WW2), Corporal, WX11409, 2nd/32nd Infantry Battalion

Charles Berryman

BERRYMAN, Charles George Lungley. George was born 18 March 1908 in Wimbledon, UK, son of Frederick & Gertude Berryman of Marybrook, WA. He enlisted on 5 April 1941 at Marybrook prior to going to Claremont where he was assigned to the 2/32 Battalion. Corporal No. WX11409. 2/32nd Battalion, Aged 33, he died of wounds in New Guinea 16 September 1943. George is buried Lae War Cemetery, Morobe Province, PNG. He is remembered with Honour on the Busselton Cenotaph. Sadly, his brother Arthur Berryman (RAAF) Pilot Officer. 467 Squadron. was killed in action during flying mission over France 25 June 1944.

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Biography contributed by Elizabeth Allen

Charles George Lungley BERRYMAN was born in Wimbleton, Surrey, England on 21st March, 1908

His parents were Harry Frederick Lungley BERRYMAN & Gertrude Annie GOVES who married in England in 1903 (registered in Kingston)

His brother Arthur Albert William BERRYMAN also served during WW2 in the RAAF (SN 415495) he was with the 467 Squadron when he died on 25th June, 1944

Biography contributed by Joy Dalgleish

Son of Frederick & Getrude Berryman of Marybrook, Via Busselton. Western Australia

He was known as Chalkie because of his amazing white teeth