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Pritchard, Charles Stephen Mark (229)

Place of Birth: Manchester, England

Age: 30 years 8 months

Enlistment Details: Monday, 17 August 1914 – South Melbourne, VIC

Service Number: 229            view online service record

5 Boundary Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Next of Kin:
J A Pritchard
5 Boundary Street
Port Melbourne, VIC

Embarkation Details:
Date: Wednesday, 21 October 1914
Ship: HMAT Orvieto A3
Port: Melbourne, VIC
Unit: 5th Infantry Battalion

RTA: Tuesday, 19 October 1915
Discharged: Monday, 10 December 1917

1915 ‘WOUNDED SOLDIER’S CLOTHES.’, Port Melbourne Standard (Vic. : 1914 – 1920), 5 June, p. 3, viewed 29 May, 2015,


  • Brian Membrey
    Posted August 25, 2017 5.59 pm 0Likes

    “Private Charles Pritchard, who is among the wounded, is a son of Mrs. Hoendrope, of Nott-street, Port Melbourne, and tie late Mr. H. Pritchard, foreman pattern maker, for many years at the Austral Otis, South Melbourne. Private Pritchard was prominent in football circles as an umpire”.
    “CAREERS OF THE FALLEN” The Age, 20 May, 1915

    (His mother re-married as Mrs Peter Francis HOENDEROP in 1905, Pritchard’s attestation showed his late father’s name)

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