Private James Joseph Walters

Australian Infantry, A.I.F.

Died: Wednesday 9 May 1917 (aged 21)

Connected records

Record:
WALTERS, JAMES JOSEPH
Additional information:
Son of Benjamin and Margaret Walters, of 16, Daley St., South St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia. Born at Warrnambool.
Cemetery:
GREVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
IV. D. 18.
Country:
Australian

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Record identifier:
People (P10790214)
Name recorded:
Private James Joseph Walters 5237
Unit:
8th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of enlistment:
3 December 1915
Date of fate:
9 May 1917
Record identifier:
First World War Nominal Roll (R2252374)
Name recorded:
Private Walters, James Joseph 5237
Unit:
8th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
People (P10580171)
Name recorded:
Private James Joseph Walters 5237
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
14 March 1916
Record identifier:
First World War Embarkation Roll (R1976896)
Name recorded:
Private Walters, James Joseph 5237
Unit:
Record identifier:
People (P10271390)
Name recorded:
Private James Joseph Walters 5237
Unit:
8th Australian Infantry Battalion
Date of death:
9 May 1917
Record identifier:
Roll of Honour (R1668086)
Name recorded:
Private Walters, James Joseph 5237
Unit:
8th Australian Infantry Battalion
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Name:
Second Lieutenant C Walters
Context:
joined
Date:
7 May 1917
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 9 Battalion Devonshire Regiment (page 123)