Margaret (Peg) Hart

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Margaret (Peg) Hart
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Personal Information
Date of Birth 14 Jan 1921
Place of Birth Kelmscott, Western Australia
Death 1996
Place of Death Perth, Western Australia
Age at Enlistment 22 years, 3 months
Description 5'6" (1.68m) tall ; 139lbs
63.049 kg
; fair complexion ; blue eyes ; fair hair
Occupation Clerk
Religion Church of England
Address Urch road, Roleystone, Western Australia
Next of Kin Father , Mr William Hart
Military Information
Reg Number 103860
Date of Enlistment 4 May 1943
Rank Aircraftwoman level 1
Unit/Formation HQ Western Area RAAF
Post War Details
Fate Remained in Australia
Monument(s) Roleystone Roll of Honour

Pre War

Attended Perth Girl's School (8th standard) and Perth Technical College (9th standard). passed junior, English, Arithmetic, Shorthand, Bookkeeping.

War Service

Enlisted as a trainee telegraphist at No. 4 RAAF Recruiting Centre Perth on 4 May 1943, and posted to No. 1 Engineering School RAAF at Ascot Vale in Victoria. From 10 May until 29 May she undertook a basic Drill course before she began specialist training. Margaret had several visits to the No. 2 RAAF Hospital at Ascot Vale - 1 - 4 Jun 1943; 14 Jul - 5 Aug 1943; and 1 - 12 Oct 1943. The last visit lead to her being transferred to the Hampton Convalescent Home from 12 - 21 Oct 1943. Margaret remustered as a Telegraphist on 26 Mar 1944.

Training complete, on 6 Apr 1944 Margaret was posted to HQ Western Area RAAF. On 7 Jul 1944 she was sent to No. 5 Personnel Depot RAAF for discharge procedures resulting in her discharge for compassionate grounds on 1 Aug 1944.

Post War

During 1952 Peg married Thomas Augustus Parker (1902 - 1996)

Electoral Roll entries: 1954 at Gosnells road, Gosnells; 1958 - 1968 at Albany highway, Maddington; 1972 at 5 Helm street, Maddington; 1977 - 1980 at 12 Birtwistle place, Roleystone;


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