John Grzybala


Alias Guzabali (WWI enlistment); Guzbala (Naturalisation)

Born 20.02.1880

Place Poland, Austria

Ethnic origin Polish Austrian subject

Arrived at Australia
from London
on 1911
per Wilcannia
disembarked at Sydney

Residence before enlistment Sydney

Occupation Seaman

Service (Depot)
enlisted 04.1916
POE 2 MD
rank Private
discharged 1916

Naturalisation 1914 (as Polish Austrian subject); Served as Russian subject

Residence after the war Sydney

Died 5.10.1948, Ryde, NSW

Materials

Naturalisation (NAA) (Guzbala)

Monthly returns of enlisted Russians (NAA) (Guzabali)

Service records not found

Blog article

Russian

English

Newspaper articles

Alleged shooting with intent. - Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October 1923, p. 6.

"Always got what he wanted". A Pole in trouble. - Advertiser, Adelaide, 23 October 1923, p. 12.

Only miracle can save life. - Courier-Mail, Brisbane, 1 May 1935, p. 11.

Axe, knifes, bed post. - Telegraph, Brisbane, 6 June 1935, p. 1

Charged with assault. - Northern Miner, Charters Towers, 7 June 1935, p. 2.

Did axe hurtle through door?. - Truth, Brisbane, 9 June 1935, p. 19.

"Deserved all he got". - Courier-Mail, Brisbane, 12 June 1935, p. 10.

Sunday night brawl in flat. - Truth, Brisbane, 16 June 1935, p. 13.

Trial not to proceed. - Truth, Brisbane, 21 July 1935, p. 12.