James Ray Lewis

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First name: James

Middle name: Ray

Last name: Lewis

Personal information:

James Ray Lewis, farmer of Bogan Gate, New South Wales, embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A14 Euripides, 31 Oct. 1917 and served with the 17th Battalion in France. He was wounded in the attack on Mt. St. Quentin 31 Aug. 1918. After treatment in military hospitals in England he returned to Australia Feb. 1919 on the hospital ship Tokada, and was discharged 13 Mar. 1919

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Ragtime sketches on board our transport / Vasco, 1917
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