Arthur Edgar LINDNER

LINDNER, Arthur Edgar

Service Number: 1977
Enlisted: 14 January 1915, Oaklands, South Australia
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 10th Infantry Battalion
Born: Halbury, South Australia, 1 July 1896
Home Town: Halbury, Wakefield, South Australia
Schooling: Halbury Public School
Occupation: Farmer
Died: Died of wounds (received at Gallipoli), "At Sea" (aboard H.M.H.S. Delta), Gallipoli, Dardanelles, Turkey, 7 August 1915, aged 19 years
Cemetery: No known grave - "Known Unto God"
Buried at Sea, Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula, Canakkale Province, Turkey
Memorials: Adelaide National War Memorial, Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Balaklava District WW1 Roll of Honour, Balaklava WW1 & WW2 Honour Roll, Balaklava WW1 & WW2 Memorial, Hoyleton Memorial Gates, Lone Pine Memorial to the Missing
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World War 1 Service

14 Jan 1915: Enlisted AIF WW1, Oaklands, South Australia
20 Apr 1915: Involvement AIF WW1, Private, 1977, 10th Infantry Battalion, ANZAC / Gallipoli, --- :embarkation_roll: roll_number: '10' embarkation_place: Adelaide embarkation_ship: HMAT Hororata embarkation_ship_number: A20 public_note: ''
20 Apr 1915: Embarked AIF WW1, Private, 1977, 10th Infantry Battalion, HMAT Hororata, Adelaide

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Advice was received recently that Pte. A. Lindner, second surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindner, of Halbury, had died of wounds on August 7. The news came as a great shock to his relations and friends, because there had been no previous intimation that he had been wounded. At the time of his death Pte. Lindner had not long attained his nineteenth birthday. He was a fine specimen of Australian manhood. Joining the 5th Reinforcements of the famous 10th Battalion, he left Australia toward the end of April, and was in the trenches at Gallipoli early in June. A cousin, Pte. E. C. Lindner, who has recently been severely wounded, was in the same battalion. The two men fought side by side until separated in a furious bayonet charge. Several fine young fellows have enlisted from Halbury. Pte. A.  Lindner is the first of them to give his life for his country." - from the Adelaide Register 04 Sep 1915 (