ORIGINAL AVENUE OF HONOUR NAME PLATE C.1929
Service number 2014
On the 24thApril 1917 Alfred was diagnosed with trench fever. On the 4thMarch 1918 Alfred was hospitalised for an abscess.
South Bourke and Mornington Journal (10thApril 1919)
“Private A E Warmbrunn of Beaconsfield is expected back from the sea of war at an early date. Pte Warmbrunn was a trench mate of Pte Gamble who made a name for himself.”
Returned to Australia on the 19thFebruary 1919. Discharged on the 15thMay 1919.
In 1937 Alfred was living in Beaconsfield and his occupation was a Lineman.
Died on the 27thJuly 1966 at Beaconsfield, Victoria.
Buried on the 29thJuly 1966 at Berwick Cemetery, Victoria.
|Name||WARMBRUNN, Alfred Ernest|
|Roll||57 Infantry Battalion 2-5 Reinforcements (April-September 1916)|
|Conflict||First World War 1914-1918|
|Ship||HMAT Ajana A31|
|Birth Place||5th August 1884, South Yarra, Victoria|
|Father||Ernest Martin Warmbrunn,”Tarilta”, Beaconsfield, Victoria|
|Residence||“Tarilta”, Beaconsfield, Victoria|
|Height||5 feet, 3 ¼ inches|
|Complexion||Fresh; Eyes- Blue; Hair- Brown|