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Reginald Roy Brown (1890–1918)

Capt. Reg. Brown, owner of Egelabra Station, Warren, N.S.W., has been burnt to death while on active service. Deceased was on furlough a few months ago on account of the death of his father, the late J. G. Brown, of Dubbo. He sailed again for the front last August. Captain Brown left Australia as a trooper in November 1914, and, after sojourn in Egypt, volunteered as an infantryman in Gallipoli. His brother, Russell Brown, owner of Weir Station, Warren, has been on active service in the Light Horse for about four years.

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