Charles Albert McNulty

First Name: 
Charles
Middle Name: 
Albert
Last Name: 
McNulty
Date Enlisted: 
Tuesday, November 28, 1916
Rank at Enlistment: 
Private
Rank at Discharge: 
Private
Unit: 
30th Battalion
Service: 
Infantry
Awards: 
British War Medal
Victory Medal
Details: 

Charles McNulty (Service No 4717) he was born in Goulburn, N.S.W. around March 1893.

At enlistment Charles was single, 23 years old, worked as a farm labourer and lived at Shellharbour, N.S.W.  There appears to have been no family ties, and Charles nominated J Couch of Albion Park, N.S.W, a friend, as his next-of-kin.

Chalres embarked from Sydney on HMAT A68 Anchises with 30th Battalion, 13th Reinforcement on 24th January 1917.  He arrived in England on 27th March 1917 and joined 30th Battalion in France on 1st November 1917.

Charles saw service on the Western Front until 16th August 1918 when he was wounded in action and evacuated to hospital in England for treatment of a bullet wound to his left arm.  While there he was diagnosed with hearing difficulties and returned to Australia in December 1918.  Charles was discharged medically unfit due to defective hearing on 28th March 1919.

Charles was living in Dunmore, N.S.W. in 1936.  No more information has been found relating to Charles.

Sources: 
NAA: B2455, MCNULTY C A

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