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Warren L J L     Gunner    32426

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918


Warren L J L     Gunner    32426    Leslie James Leopold              12 FAB    21    Jeweller    Single    Meth       

Address:    Kensington, Bangalore St, 11   

Next of Kin:    Warren, J, father, 11 Bangalore St, Kensington   

Enlisted:    28 Sep 1916      

Embarked:     RMS Orontes 23 Dec 1916   

Prior service: 16 AAMC


Friend of:

Tytler S J Pte 5919



Date of death: 09/08/1918

CWGC: "Son of Ralph and Bessie Warren, of 12, Lee St., Flemington, Victoria, Australia. Born at West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia".



War Service Commemorated

Kensington Methodist Church*

Essendon Gazette Roll of Honour With the Colours


In Memoriam


WARREN -In loving memory of Gunner Les. 
Warren, died of wounds, in 3rd Canadian Hos-
pital, France, August 9, 1918
Forget not those who died
Now peace does reign once more
Loved and remembered
Inserted by his loving aunts, Ellie and Janey ) 
Family Notices. (1919, August 9). The Argus, p. 14.




A loving tribute to the memory of our dear

son and brother, Leslie Warren, died of

wounds   on the 9th August, 1918; also

his pals Reg. Kelly killed on 22nd August,

1917; Fred. Laurie*, and Wallie Foster**, on

13th September, 1917; and   Dave Fiddes***

on 21st October, 1917. 
Noble Australian comrades reunited. 
The measure of life is not its span: but the
use made of it,
-(Inserted by Ralph and Bessie Warren, 12 Lee 

street. Flemington.)

Family Notices. (1920, August 9). The Argus



* Gunner Peter Frederick Laurie, 31420, AFA

** Walter Henry Foster, 31446, AFA


KELLY-WARREN.-In loving memory of my dear

pals, who were killed in action, Reg. Kelly, 22nd

August 1917; and Les Warren, 9th. August


In God's keeping.

Ever remembered.

-(Inserted by S. J. Tytler.)

Family Notices. (1920, August 21). The Argus, p. 13.




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