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Cardwell, Charles (4366) aka Bennett, Charles

Place of Birth: unknown

Age: 21 years

Enlistment Details: Thursday, 6 January 1916 – Melbourne, VIC

Service Number: 4366            view online service record

Address:
42 Raglan Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Next of Kin:
Emma Cardwell (mother)
42 Raglan Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Embarkation Details:
Date: Wednesday, 29 March 1916
Ship: RMS Orontes
Port: Melbourne, VIC
Unit: 21st Infantry Battalion – 11th Reinforcements

Fate:
RTA: Thursday, 29 May 1919
Discharged: Friday, 5 September 1919

2 Comments

  • Brian Membrey
    Posted February 28, 2017 4.14 pm 0Likes

    The National Archives file (page 29) held for Robert Avenel or Avenal BENNETT reveals that he was the brother-in-law of Charles Patrick CARDWELL; the latter dying in June, 1922 at the East Malvern residence of his sister, Robert BENNETT’s widow. This may in some part explain why CARDWELL used the assumed name BENNETT. There is nothing in his military record or the Death Notice below to suggest his early death was due to military service …

    CARDWELL.—On the 4th June, at the residence of his sister (Mrs Arbrew), “Avenel.” Paxton-street, East Malvern, Charles Patrick, the dearly beloved youngest son of Emma and the late Charles Edward Cardwell of Seymour and Port Melbourne, the loving brother of Mary, Charles (deceased) William (deceased), Charlotte, Walter, Ada, James, George, Nellie, Alice and Emmie, aged 29 years

  • Brian Membrey
    Posted February 28, 2017 5.27 pm 0Likes

    CARDWELL – In fond remembrance of our work-mate, Charles Patrick (Paddy), who departed this life on the 4th June, after a long illness
    Peace, perfect peace.
    (Inserted by his workmates. J. Kitchen’s and Son, edible department).

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