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Tuesday, 6 January 2009
Area Officers, 1910, Light Horsemen
Topic: Militia - Area Officers

Area Officers, 1910, Light Horsemen

Military Order 413 of 1910, 3 December 1910

Effective from 1 November 1910

At the commencement of the Kitchener reforms based upon the Kitchener Report of February 1910, the position of "Area Officer" was created to administer a specific geographic location. To give legal sanction to the position, Military Order 304 was issued on 20 September 1910.

Below is the list of the first officers who served with the Light Horse, or were currently serving with the Light Horse, who were appointed to the new position of Area Officer. Each Light Horse Regiment is linked to the detail on this site while the individual's name, if linked, takes the reader to the Service File at the National Archives of Australia. Most men went onto serve in the AIF during the Great War with some sacrificing their life for the nation. Those who died as a result of service at Gallipoli have that notation with a link to a specific page detailing the military biograpy coupled with an available photograph of the man.

Captain Malwyn Hayley a'Beckett of the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 45C for the region of Sale with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Honorary Lieutenant Charles Henry Akins late of the 5th Victorian Contingent was appointed to Victoria area Number 51B for the region of South Melbourne with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Frederick William Banff of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Lancers) was appointed to Queensland area Number 10B for the region of Ipswich with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer .

Major Sydney William Barlow of the Unattached List was appointed to Queensland area Number 11A for the region of Toowoomba with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant James Edward Barrett of the 17th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 81C for the region of Port Pirie with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant William Beck of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment (Australian Horse) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 42A for the region of Orange with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Ernest Alfred Blow of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 37C for the region of Nowra with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Halcombe Ferrier Brock of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 77A for the region of Port Adelaide with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See:Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Second Lieutenant Benjamin Robert Prynn Burch of the 18th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Western Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Western Australia area Number 85C for the region of Northam with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Charles Edward Clements of the 8th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 62B for the region of Fitzroy with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Albert Clowes of the 15th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 11C for the region of Warwick with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant William Edward Ernest Connor of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment (Australian Horse) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 44B for the region of Wagga Wagga with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Major Alfred Edward Cook of the Port Adelaide Defences was appointed to South Australia area Number 77B for the region of Semaphore with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See: Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Lieutenant George Alfred Crossman of the 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Hunter River Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 13A for the region of Armidale with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Reginald Saint Patrick Croudace of the 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Hunter River Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 15B for the region of Wallsend with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Former Sergeant Oliver Leopold Davey late of the South Australian Contingent was appointed to South Australia area Number 82B for the region of Broken Hill South with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Sergias Mortimer Emmanuel Rouault de Longueville de Bucy of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 43A for the region of Liverpool with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Edward John Dibdin of the 15th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 3C for the region of Mount Morgan with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant John Sylvester Dooley of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 37A for the region of Bulli with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Percy Malcolm Edwards of the 18th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Western Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Western Australia area Number 87B for the region of Subiaco with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant David Fulton of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 80A for the region of North Adelaide with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Edward John Gilmore of the 13th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 10A for the region of Ipswich with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Charles George Gordon of the 6th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New England Light Horse) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 13B for the region of Inverell with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See: Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Lieutenant Cecil Horace Granville of the 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Hunter River Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 12C for the region of Grafton with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant James Hearne of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 42C for the region of Dubbo with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Thomas George Heming of the 17th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 75B for the region of Glenelg with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See: Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Lieutenant Jacob Edwin Hindhaugh of the 11th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 72C for the region of Colac with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant John Francis Holloway of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 42B for the region of Parkes with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Alfred Sanford Hughes of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 80B for the region of Prospect with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Herbert Hall Johnston of the 5th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Northern River Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 12B for the region of Casino with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Sydney Nunn Kidman of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 74C for the region of Mount Gambier with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Theodore William Kingel of the 15th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 3B for the region of Rockhampton with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Park Alexander McEdward Laurie of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 74B for the region of Murray with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Warrant Officer William George Arthur Lovelle of the 18th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Western Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Western Australia area Number 86B for the region of Armadale or Pinjarrah with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Walter Henry Manners MacFarlane of the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 45B for the region of Oakleigh with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Alan Lloyd MacLean of the 2nd Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 22B for the region of Randwick with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Norman Maxwell Malcolm of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 79A for the region of North Norwood with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Ernest Robert Mayfield of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 74A for the region of Unley with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Hugh McDonald of the 7th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 61B for the region of North Melbourne with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Donald McLennan of the 9th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 68C for the region of Echuca with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Robert Henry Munro of the 14th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 11B for the region of Toowoomba with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Allan William Nash of the 13th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 4C for the region of Gympie with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See: Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Major Charles Edward Nicholson of the 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Hunter River Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 14C for the region of West Maitland with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain James Nugent of the 7th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 57C for the region of Shepparton with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant John William Parsons of the 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to South Australia area Number 75C for the region of Willunga with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Alfred Myles Phillips of the 18th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Western Australian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Western Australia area Number 89A for the region of Guildford with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Thomas Harold Redford of the 11th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 72B for the region of Warrnambool with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See: Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Second Lieutenant Rodney Keith Richards of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment (Australian Horse) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 44A for the region of Cootamundra with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain John Edwin Sergeant of the 8th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 57A for the region of Wangaratta with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer. [See: Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915]

Lieutenant George Eyre Simcocks of the 15th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 2B for the region of Charters Towers with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant James Storey of the 7th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 57B for the region of Seymour with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Percy Manson Swanson of the 15th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry) was appointed to Queensland area Number 1C for the region of Mackay with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Lieutenant Edward Twynam of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment (Australian Horse) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 43B for the region of Goulburn with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Harold Henry Waddell of the 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment (New South Wales Hunter River Lancers) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 14A for the region of Singleton with the rank of Captain while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Captain Frederick Robert Wedd of the 3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment (Australian Horse) was appointed to New South Wales area Number 43C for the region of Goulburn South with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer .

Second Lieutenant Thomas Williams of the 9th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 68B for the region of Bendigo with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

Second Lieutenant Robert Woodburn of the 11th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) was appointed to Victoria area Number 72A for the region of Hamilton with the rank of Lieutenant while holding Temporary Appointment as Area Officer.

 
Further Reading:

Area Officers - Military Order 304 of 1910

Area Officers, 1910, in Surname Alphabetical Order  

Militia Area Officers, 1910

Area Officers who died at Gallipoli, 1915  

Complete list of Militia Entries

 


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