Leopold Powell Warschaur Barfield
NAA, B884 (WWII service records)
Alias Barfield, Leopold (Leo) Hersch Warschaur; Lao
Place Radom, Poland
Ethnic origin Jewish
Wife Rebecca Warschaur Barfield (née Lewis), married in 1912
Residence before arrival at Australia Served in 11th Sharpshooting Russian Regiment, active service in Russo-Japanese War
Arrived at Australia
from California, USA
per Lord Templeton
disembarked at Melbourne
Residence before enlistment Newcastle, NSW
Occupation 1910 shipping agent, 1916 interpreter, shop keeper, 1939 commercial traveller, 1940 driver and linguist
Service 1 service number 713A
POE Newcastle, NSW
unit 36th Battalion, 34th Battalion
place Western Front, 1917
casualties WIA 1917
final fate RTA 12.05.1919
discharged 25.12.1919 MU
Service 2 (WWII)
service number S212389
POE Adelaide, SA
unit 4th Garrison Battalion
discharged 3.11.1939 MU
Service 3 (WWII)
service number S34703
POE Glenelg, SA
unit 4th Battalion
Residence after the war 1938 Norwood via Adelaide, SA; 1940 Glenelg, SA
Died 28.05.1958, Parkside, SA
Digitised naturalisation (NAA)
Digitised service records (NAA)
Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM)
Court martial records 1 2(NAA)
Applications for admission of friends 1 2 (NAA)
Summons division. - Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 28 July 1908, p. 7.
Summons cases. - Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 22 April 1913, p. 7.
Apology. - Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 25 April 1913, p. 3.
Business for sale. - Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 25 January 1916, p. 3.
Newcastle Police court. - Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, 15 March 1924, p. 11.