Palmer C.B

Charles Benjamin Palmer

Service Record

Regimental number- 2645

Religion- Church of England

Occupation- Billiard marker

Address- Uranquinty, New South Wales

Marital status -Single

Age at embarkation- 21

Next of kin -Mother, Mrs Elizabeth Palmer, Uranquinty, New South Wales

Enlistment date- 2 July 1915

Rank on enlistment- Private

Unit name- 1st Battalion, 8th Reinforcement

AWM Embarkation Roll number- 23/18/2

Embarkation details- Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A54 Runic on 9 August 1915

Rank from Nominal Roll- Private

Unit from Nominal Roll -53rd Battalion

Fate -Killed in Action 22 February 1917

Place of burial- Guards' Cemetery (Plot XII, Row AA, Grave No. 2), Lesboeufs, France

Panel number, Roll of Honour,-
Australian War Memorial 158

Miscellaneous information from
cemetery records- Commemorated in Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, New South Wales.

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Death

He was killed in action in France on the 22nd of February 1917. His age has not yet been discovered.

Grave Details

Guards Cemetery, Lesboeufs, Peronne, Picardie, France
Authors- Rosie Yates and Jessica Galvin

Yerong Creek Public School

This site is a project with the Yerong Creek community in commemoration of the centary of the Gallipoli campaign on April 15 1915.