William Carr

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William Carr was one of eight known Aboriginal servicemen with a connection to Orange. Born in Parkes in 1890, Carr was working as a labourer in Orange when he enlisted in April 1918.
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William Carr was one of nine known Aboriginal servicemen with a connection to Orange. Born in Parkes in 1890, Carr was working as a labourer in Orange when he enlisted in April 1918.
He proceeded to Liverpool camp, where he passed his riding test and undertook musketry training. Carr was discharged in October 1918.
He proceeded to Liverpool camp, where he passed his riding test and undertook musketry training. Carr was discharged in October 1918.

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CARR, William

Service no: Depot [1]

Place of birth: Parkes, 10 June 1890

Address: Arthurville, via Wellington

Occupation: Farm labourer

Next of kin: Ellen Carr (mother), Brocklehurst, via Dubbo

Date of enlistment: 3 April 1918

Place of enlistment: Orange

Age at enlistment: 27

Fate: Attended camp at Liverpool. Discharged 14 October 1918 in consequence of expiration of period of enlistment.


William Carr was one of nine known Aboriginal servicemen with a connection to Orange. Born in Parkes in 1890, Carr was working as a labourer in Orange when he enlisted in April 1918.

He proceeded to Liverpool camp, where he passed his riding test and undertook musketry training. Carr was discharged in October 1918.


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