Charles Martin Pulpe
|Alias||Charles Renhold (Reynold) Martin Pulpe; Karlis Pulpe|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Arrived at Australia||
disembarked at Pt Victoria
|Residence before enlistment||Murray Bridge, SA, Adelaide, Broken Hill, NSW, Port Pirie, SA, Sydney|
|Occupation||1911 fisherman, 1916 miner; 1919 labourer|
|Residence after the war||1919 Maitland, Kurri Kurri, Cessnock, Wollombi, St Albans, Windsor, 1924 Broken Hill, 1931 Kalgoorlie, 1934 Edge Hill, Cairns, 1937 Cluden, Qld, 1939, 1943 Bundaberg, 1949 Tarragindi, Qld, 1958 Woodridge, Qld|
|Died||02.1968, Brisbane, Qld|
Service #1 – Depot
|Service number||N3397 (attestation); 55299 (at court martial)|
|Place of enlistment||Sydney|
|Unit||1st Pioneer Battalion|
|Final fate||Deserted 9.11.1916, apprehended 20.02.1918 and court martialled|
|Discharged||13.07.1918 services no longer required|
Digitised service records (NAA)
Court martial file (NAA)
Alien registration 1 2(NAA) (PULPE Charles K)
Fire near grassland. Russian fine £ 2. - Maitland Daily Mercury, 3 January 1919, p. 6.
Russian at Maitland. - Newcastle Sun, 20 January 1919, p. 4.
Mine workers injured. - Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, 28 January 1926, p. 4.
Charles Pulpe. Head on collision (To the editor). - Townsville Daily Bulletin, 9 January 1934, p. 3.
Charles Pulpe. To the editor. The way out. - Daily Mercury, Mackay, 16 August 1934, p. 4.