G/15355, Private, 8th Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment.
Killed In Action on the 15th May 1917 aged 26.
On the 15th May 1917 the Battalion were positioned in trenches near the village of Brandhoek. The Unit War Diary states that it was a quiet day until about 8pm when their positions were bombarded by very heavy trench mortar fire. The attack resulted in heavy damage to the trench system, the wounding of one man and the death of another, Charles Warner.
Charles is buried in the Railway Dugouts Burial Ground, Zillebeke, Belgium. (Special Memorial E.18.)
Medal Entitlement: British War Medal & Victory Medal