Private Johar Singh
Name: George SIMS (AKA Johar SINGH)
Regimental Number: 4319, 10th Btn
Age: 28 years on enlistment
Place of Enlistment: Melbourne, VIC
Place of Birth: Hebel, near Angledoon, Queensland (likely to be Hebel, near Angledool in NSW)
Marital Status: Single
Friend: Mr James LITTLE, Fish Creek, South Gippsland, Victoria Circa 1919: C/- Mr J COOK, Chillingollah, Victoria
Circa 1924: With Attar, Melook and Sham SINGH, Swan Hill, Victoria Circa 1929: 169 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, New South Wales
Religion: Roman Catholic
22nd July 1915 - Enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in Melbourne and to camp Broadmeadows.
22nd July 1915 - To 10th Infantry Battalion Reinforcements.
25th November 1915 - To 7th Infantry Battalion Reinforcements but did not embark as required by Civil Police.
25th March 1916 - Discharged Broadmeadows as services no longer required.
Described as 63 inches tall, 10 stone and 5 pounds in weight, chest 32.5 to 33.75 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and black hair.
Noted on enlistment as ‘substantially European origin’.
Noted resisting arrest related charges in Lismore, New South Wales in 1907 when described as a Hindoo and Hearings Against Forfeiture notice in Swan Hill in 1921.
Enlisted as George SIMS.
Died Redfern, New South Wales in 1929.
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