Private Stanley Brownlow, a tailor from Victoria Street, North Parramatta, enlisted at the age of 26 on the 3 March 1915. He was reported wounded at the front.

In 1936 the following Cumberland Argus newspaper article announced the death of Mr Brownlow.

 

MR. STANLEY BROWNLOW.
The death occurred at Parramatta District Hospital on Saturday of Mr. Stanley Brownlow, husband of Mrs. Beatty Brownlow, of Queen’s-avenue, Parramatta North. Deceased, who was 47 years of age, was a returned soldier, and had been in hospital at Randwick some weeks ago. He was late of Penrith, where his late parents had resided for some years. Deceased married, in England, Miss Beatty Griffiths, of Camblerwell (London), and arrived back in Australia soon after the war. He enlisted at Parramatta, and saw three years service. He followed the occupation of a tailor, and worked for Mr. Theo Perry, of Parramatta, for some years. He returned from England with his wife in a former German vessel, the Winduck, which was one of the German vessels captured by England during the war. T’here is no issue of the marriage. The funeral left the parlors of William Metcalfe and Co. Ltd., Parramatta. on Monday afternoon, for the General Cemetery, Penrith (by road). There was a large attendance at the cemetery, including a number of returned soldiers.”

 

Peter Arfanis, Archivist, Parramatta Council, Heritage Centre, 2014