William Carr

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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.

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This entry was posted on July 4th, 2014.