Info Required, Australian? – Allied Unit, William Arthur Warner, Steward, HMAHS Centaur

Living History

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Need assistance on Who/Where/What/How for this man who is on the Australian Commemorative Roll which is for those “Australians” who died in other Allied Services. If proved not to be “Australian” their names will not be removed from the Commemorative Roll however their details will be updated accordingly.

I have researched the Air Force members but there are many more Land and Sea deaths in a myriad of different forces.

There is not a lot of information on these people that can be accessed easily and I ask your assistance to fill in at least some of the gaps.

Hopefully some relatives may see this thread and add more.

I will make a different thread for each along the way as they may tend to get lost if clumped together.

In Memory of
Steward

William Arthur Warner
H.M.A.H.S. Centaur, Australian Merchant Navy who died on 14 May 1943 Age 43
Son of Arthur and Elizabeth Reid Warner; husband of Helen Warner, of Watson’s Bay, New South Wales.

Remembered with Honour
Sydney Memorial

Service Record

Name

WARNER, WILLIAM ARTHUR

Service

Merchant Navy

Service Number

Not Applicable

Year of Birth

1900

Place of Birth

SYDNEY, NSW

Date of Engagement

14 Apr 1939

Locality on Engagement

Unknown

Place of Engagement

SYDNEY

Next of Kin

WARNER, HELEN

Date of Death

14 May 1943

Capacity

STEWARD

Last Ship

HMAHS CENTAUR

WW2 Honours and Gallantry

None for display

Prisoner of War

No

Roll of Honour

Unknown

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