Service Number: 22094
Rank: Farrier Sergeant
Roll Title: 23 Howitzer Brigade and 1 to 10 Reinforcements and Brigade Ammunition Column
Date of Embarkation: 20th May 1916
Place of Embarkation: Melbourne
Ship Embarked on: HMAT Medic A7
Age: 22 years
Born: May 1893, Carlton, Victoria.
Father: John Thomas Bromley, Officer Victoria.
Mother: Susan Jane (Bell)
Religion: Church of England
Occupation: Engine Driver and Blacksmith
Residence: Oakleigh, Victoria.
Joined AIF: 28th June 1915
Height: 5 feet 10 inches
Complexion: Fresh, Eyes-Blue, Hair-Brown
Harold returned to Australia on the 21st June 1919 was discharged from the AIF on the 27th September 1919.
He received the British War Medal on the 13th June 1921, and the Victory Medal on the 25th June 1934.
Harold married Charlotte Rann on the Isle of Wight, England in March 1919.
After the war they lived at 1 Taylor Street, Oakleigh, Victoria and had three children: Joan Dorothy, John Stephen and Donald Keith.
Harold continued employment as an Engine driver, but later in life was a taxi proprietor.
Harold died on the 4th July 1968 and was cremated and interred at the Springvale Cemetery Victoria on the 8th July 1968.