Malvern College First World War Casualty

Private Charles Neville Attwood

Photo of Charles Neville Attwood
House and time at Malvern: No 4, 1888 - 1889.

Regiment: Australian Imp. Inf.
Died: 07 August 1915 aged 44 in Turkey. Killed in Gallipoli.
Battle: Gallipoli Campaign. Cemetery: Lone Pine Memorial 52

Son of C. Attwood, The Laurels, Conderton, Tewkesbury. b. 1871.
Modern IIIó1.
Solicitor in W. Australia.

'He came to Malvern late, and subsequently went to live in Western Australia, where he practised as a solicitor. He volunteered with the first Australian contingent, and was killed at Gallipoli (on August 7th, 1915, when serving with the l6th Infantry Battalion.' (Malvernian, Dec 1919).

Became a farmer in Western Australia. He had two children and was a widower.
Next of kin: Son, daughter, Parents: Colin Charles and Esther Attwood, The Laurels, Conderton, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England Biography Ancestry
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