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English: Family of Charles and Rebecca Crump.
L- R: Verona (Vera) Margaret Crump, b. 14 Mar 1904, Brisbane; Charles Crump, John Frederick Roberts Crump, b.10 Jul. 1900 Brisbane, d. Brisbane 14 Dec 1927; Walter Edward Crump, b. 2 Oct 1902, Brisbane; Antoine Charles Crump (Jnr) (Charles), b. 1899, Glebe, Sydney; Mrs Rebecca Crump (nee Castel), Aubrey Richard Crump b. 19 Dec, 1906, Brisbane, d. 4 Nov 1957 and (seated in front) Spencer David Crump, b. 9 Jul, 1910, Brisbane. .Charles Crump was born at Spring Hill, Brisbane 12 Mar 1871 and died 28 Oct 1913. He married Rebecca Castel in Glebe, Sydney, NSW in 1899. Rebecca was born 23 Dec 1876 in Ballarat, Vic and died in Brisbane 21 Jul 1960. Charles Crump joined the 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry Contingent 19 Oct, 1899 and fought in the Boer War. His regimental number was 126 and he was a private in 'B' Company. He was wounded and repatriated to Australia 24 Nov 1900.
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