Philip Walters


Born 6.10.1895

Place Ludza, Latvia

Ethnic origin Jewish

Religion Jewish

Father Max Walters

Mother Esther

Family

Uncles Louis Pasvalsky & Isidore Walters
wife Fanny Walters (nee Morris), married 1917, died, 1921; wife Sylvia Fay Walters, married 1923

Arrived at Australia

Residence before enlistment Perth

Occupation financier

Service 1
service number 6763
enlisted 6.03.1917
POE Blackboy Hill WA
unit 28th Battalion, 26th Battalion
rank Sergeant, instructional staff
place Western Front, 1918-1919
awards MM (LG 17 June 1919)
final fate RTA 12.07.1919
discharged 24.12.1919

Service 2 (WWII)
service number W43417
enlisted 24.11.1941
POE Claremont, WA
unit AAPC 5 MD
rank Private
discharged 1.01.1942

Service 3
service number W55957
enlisted 23.03.1942
POE Claremont, WA
unit W C Audit section
rank Sergeant
discharged 8.09.1945

Naturalisation Served as naturalised British subject (by father's naturalisation)

Residence after the war Mount Lawley, WA

Died 30.09.1972, Perth

Materials

Digitised WWI service records (NAA)

Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM)

Digitised recommendation for award (AWM)

WWII service records 1 2 (NAA)

Family tree on Ancestry.com

Blog article

Russian

English

Newspaper articles

Mainly about people. - Daily News, Perth, 8 January 1919, p. 3.