Service Number: 7211
Roll Title: 14 Infantry Battalion 24 & 25 Reinforcement
Date of Embarkation: 19th February 1917
Place of Embarkation: Melbourne
Ship Embarked on: HMAT Ballarat A70
Age: 23 years
Born: 1893, Hawthorn, Victoria.
Father: Thomas Brown, Mayfield, Pakenham, Victoria.
Mother: Matilda (Ludlow) Brown
Occupation: Horse Driver
Residence: Mayfield, Pakenham, Victoria.
Joined AIF: 18th September 1916
Height: 5 feet, 9 inches
Complexion: Medium, Eyes-Brown, Hair-Brown
Percy was wounded in action on 22nd October 1917. On the 29th October 1917, he was admitted to hospital for a severe gunshot wound to the head.
Percy returned to Australia on 13th March 1918 and discharged on 22nd August 1918. On 21st May 1923 he received the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.
On the 26th July 1923 Percy married Doris Peake in Camberwell, Victoria.
They lived in Officer and Percy worked as an orchardist.
They had four children, Russell, Lorna Rae, Doris Lynette and Pamela Clair.
Percy died on 12th May 1966 at Officer, Victoria. He was cremated on the 16th May at Springvale Cemetery and was later buried at the Pakenham Cemetery.