C.W. Warren

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History

Charles Willie Warren was born in Ballarat. His mother was Sarah Warren of Langham St, Allendale, Victoria.[1]

He died on 26 August 1961, aged 82, and is buried in Creswick Cemetery, Victoria.

Military Experience

Sapper C.W. Warren (5546) served in the 1st Tunnelling Company during World War One, enlisting at Longreach on 29 January 1916 as a 38 year old single man who worked as a labourer. [2]

He embarked from Melbourne on board the Suffolk, and disembarked at Plymouth. He proceeded to France on 01 January 1917, and was taken on strength to the 1st Tunnelling Company.[3]

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See also

1st Tunnelling Company

References

  1. NAA: B2455 Warren Charles.
  2. NAA: B2455 Warren Charles.
  3. NAA: B2455 Warren Charles.
  4. NAA: B2455 Warren Charles.

Other links

https://bih.federation.edu.au/index.php/C.W._Warren


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