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Saturday, 8 November 2003
1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Outline
Topic: BW - NSW - 1ACH

1st ACH (NSW)

1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

Outline

 

Map illustrating the activities of the Australian Commonwealth Horse in South Africa, 1902.
[From: Chamberlain, M., The Australians in the South African War 1899-1902, Canberra, 1999.]

 

In 1911, Lieutenant-Colonel P. L. Murray, produced a marvellous Boer War reference detailing all the contingents sent from Australia to South Africa, giving a brief history of the formation and finally, listing all the soldiers who saw service in South Africa with that unit. The book was called, Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. It is now the standard reference and starting place for any person interested in pursuing information about Australian involvement in the Boer War.

Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 166 - 167.

 

1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.


After the Commonwealth had been established and the Australian Defences handed over to the Federal Government, it was decided to send further Contingents of Mounted Rifles to the war; and that battalions of a representative character should be formed, with squadrons from the different States. Then the first of these was made up of three units from New South Wales, one from Queensland, and one from Tasmania.

The establishment of each unit authorized was 121 of all ranks. Pay at cavalry rates for all ranks, viz., basis of 1s. 2d. for privates till date of embarkation, and from date of embarkation 5s. per diem for privates; other ranks at the rate allowed to Imperial (Australian) Contingents. Officers were granted an allowance of £30 to provide uniform, equipment, and saddlery. Vide also 2nd A.C.H., Victoria.

The men selected were required to be good shots and good horsemen; men of previous service having preference, if medically fit. Only single men were taken, and unmarried officers had preference, other conditions being equal.

The system of selection and purchase of horses was left to State Commandants, as with previous Contingents. Officers were allowed two horses; and 10 percent spare horses were to be sent with each unit.

The battalions were in the first instance known as “__ Battalion Commonwealth Contingent," but this was altered to "Australian Commonwealth Horse."


Details of Establishment.

Staff:-
1 Lieutenant Colonel,
1 Major,
1 Adjutant,
1 Quartermaster,
1 Medical Officer,
1 Veterinary Officer,
1 Regimental Sergeant-Major,
1 Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant,
1 Orderly Room Sergeant.

 

Each company (or squadron):-
1 Major or Captain,
4 Subalterns,
1 Company Sergeant-Major,
1 Company Quartermaster-Sergeant,
1 Farrier-Sergeant,
4 Sergeants,
3 Shoeing-Smiths,
1 Saddler,
2 Buglers,
6 Corporals (including paid Lance-Sergeants) at the rate of two per battalion),
97 Privates, including 4 paid Lance-Corporals.



Reference to Orders.

Formation - G.O. 1/02
Establishment - G.O. 1 and 2/02
Pay and allowances - G.O. 1, 3, and 4/02
Conditions of service - G.O. 1/02
Allotment of pay - G.O. 1 and 10/02
Clothing - G.O. 1 and 2/02
Equipment officers - G.O. 4/02
Officers - G.O. 10/02
Paymaster - G.O. 24/02
Nomenclature - D.O. 239 of 22nd April, 1902
Personnel (N.S.W. units) - G.O. 39/02
Adjutant - G.O. 34/02
Embarkation - G.O. 31 and 32/02



Clothing etc.

Uniform consisted of F.S. jacket, pants, puttees, and hats.
Equipped with M.L.E. rifles, bayonets, bandoliers, and saddlery, and fully horsed.



Departure and Return

The 1st Australian Commonwealth Horse (New South Wales units) embarked at Sydney on the transport “Custodian” on 18th February, 1902, and disembarked at Durban on 19th March, 1902. It comprised 21 officers and 354 of other ranks, with 372 horses. Of these, 4 died, and 20 were struck off in South Africa. Twenty-one officers and 330 others returned by transport “Drayton Grange” which left Durban on 11th July, and arrived at Sydney on 11th August, 1902, having called at Albany and Melbourne on the way.



OPERATIONS.

This battalion proceeded on 19th March, 1902, by train from Durban to Newcastle, and thence to Klerksdorp on 10th April, arriving at the latter place on the 13th. Joined Column under the command of Colonel De Lisle, which formed part of Thorneycroft’s brigade.

This Column was inspected by Lord Kitchener on 22nd April, who expressed himself as pleased with the appearance of men and horses.
The Column was employed clearing the district north of Klerksdorp, and took part in a drive which commenced on 7th May, moving westward to the Kimberley - Mafeking railway blockhouse line. In this, 251 prisoners, including General De la Rey's brother, were captured, also 300 horses, 144 rides and bandoliers, 6,000 rounds ammunition, and a large quantity of stock.

Colonel De Lisle, who was leaving for England, handed over his command to Colonel Williams. The Column then returned to Klerksdorp, reaching that place on the 21st May, where the regiment remained until the declaration of place, when they were ordered to Elandsfontein to prepare for return to Australia.

The regiment proceeded by rail to Newcastle on 29th June, and to Durban on 9th July, for embarkation.



Promotions.

Major J. H. Lee to Lieutenant Colonel, 5th June, 1902.



War Service.

The service which officers were untitled to reckon was:
Operations in Western Transvaal and British Bechuanaland, April to May, 1902, Queen's Medal with three clasps was awarded in most cases to officers who had not served before, but many of thorn had done so.

The majority of the N.C.O.'s and man had also served in previous details.

 

 

Further Reading:

1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Outline

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Monday, 10 May 2010 9:27 AM EADT
South African (Second Boer) War: 1899-1902, Embarkation Roll: MIT to MOR
Topic: BW - Boer War

South African (Second Boer) War, 1899-1902

Australian Participation - Full Index

Embarkation Roll: MIT to MOR

 

 

The following is an alphabetical roll of all Australians known members of the many military formations which embarked overseas during the South African (Second Boer) War, 1899-1902.

Each man is detailed on this reference list with the following information:

Service Number;

Rank on Embarkation;

First Names;

Family Name;

If applicable, any false name employed; and,

Service unit.

 

Notes

Note 1: All soldiers’ names are linked to the specific unit and date when embarkation occurred.

Note 2: There are duplications of some names in the following list. The reason for this is that the soldier embarked on more than one occasion. This was the simplest way of resolving the problem of multiple entries for a single individual.

 

Embarkation Roll: MIT to MOR

 

609 Private William Alfred MITCHELMORE, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

30141 Sergeant William Alfred MITCHELMORE, 2nd Scottish Horse.

3157 Trooper John Henry MITTEN, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

36876 Trooper CB MITTON, 1st Scottish Horse.

181 Trooper Charles MIZZI, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

166 Trooper George H MOATE, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

1540 Trooper George Edward Cyril MOBBERLY, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

GA MOBERLEY, French's Scouts.

942 Private John MOCLAIR, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

177 Trooper Rudolph Fredk. Martin MODRA, 4th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

464 Private George MOFFATT, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

489 Sergeant William MOFFATT, NSW Lancers.

850 Private John James MOFFITT, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

Second Lieutenant William MOFFITT, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

163 Private Percy MOFFLIN, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

997 Private Sidney MOGG, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australian.

230 Corporal Thomas Peter MOHAN, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

443 Private Christopher Bernard MOHR, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

458 Private Frederick William MOHR, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

468 Trooper Henry MOHR, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

2800 Gunner Philip Charles MOHR, A' Bty. Royal Australian Artillery.

2755 Private Samuel MOHR, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

2433 Private Albert Edwin MOIR, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

405 Private Charles Main MOIR, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

96 Trooper Bolton William MOLINEAUX, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

129 Private Eric Frederic MOLLE, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

199 Private Cuthbert MOLLER, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

2342 Private David MOLLOY, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

225 Private Edward Patrick MOLLOY, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

1705 Trooper Frank A MOLLOY, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

347 Trooper Henry MOLLOY, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

J MOLLOY, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

478 Private John MOLLOY, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

Second Lieutenant Laurence MOLLOY, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

107 Private C MOLONEY, 1st South Australian Mounted Rifles.

218 Private Daniel MOLONEY, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

567 Private Daniel James MOLONEY, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

Mat. MOLONEY, Driscoll's Scouts.

1405 Private Frederick Harold MOLYNEUX, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

Private James MONAGHAN, Cape Mounted Rifles.

484 Private William MONAGHAN, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

86 Private Edward Thomas MONGER, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

1135 Private George MONGER, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

93 Private Herbert George MONGER, 4th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

102 Private Lionel MONGER, 1st West Australian Mounted Infantry.

26 Corporal William Wigmore MONGER, 3rd West Australian Bushmen.

1092 Trooper William MONISH, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

860 Private Arthur James MONK, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

Charles MONK, Bushveldt Carbineers.

302 Trooper Charles Frederick Holes MONK, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

356 Trooper Herbert Charles MONK, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

243 Private John MONK, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

486 Sqn.QMSgt. Percy Hamilton MONKLEY, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

425 Private Edward MONOGHAN, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

91 Sergeant Robert Thomas MONRO, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

343 Private Alexander Edward MONSBOROUGH, 2nd Victorian Mounted Rifles.

200 Private Albert Joseph MONSON, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

239 Private Eugene Graham MONTAGUE, 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry.

628 Private Eugene Graham MONTAGUE, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1602 Trooper William MONTGOMERIE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

183 Private Albert John MONTGOMERY, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

Frank MONTGOMERY, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

75 Private George Arthur MONTGOMERY, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

1652 Trooper Harry MONTGOMERY, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

78 Trooper John MONTGOMERY, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

294 Private William Cumming MONTGOMERY, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

2226 William St. Vincent MOODIE, South African Light Horse.

1083 Trooper Edgar Lionel MOODY, 1st Australian Horse.

316 Private William John MOODY, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

33822 Trooper HR MOON, 2nd Scottish Horse.

1421 Trooper William MOON, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

882 Corporal William J MOON, NSW Lancers.

545 Private William James MOON, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

1291 Farrier Sergeant William John MOON, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

472 Trooper Archibald Patrick MOONEY, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

280 Trooper Archie Patrick MOONEY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

349 Private James MOONEY, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1561 Trooper Thomas T MOONEY, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

1930 Saddler Timothy MOONEY, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

161 Private William Henry MOONEY, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

Major Hatherly George MOOR, 1st West Australian Mounted Infantry.

Gunner Herbert MOOR, Cape Garrison Artillery.

AH MOORE, Johannesburg Mounted Rifles.

Trooper Albert Walter MOORE, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

579 Private Arthur Thomas MOORE, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

AT MOORE, South African Light Horse.

572 Private Caleb Thomas MOORE, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

301 Private Charles MOORE, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

193 Private Charles Frederick MOORE, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

2524 Trooper Charles Herbert MOORE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

527 Private David Thomas MOORE, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

467 Private Edward John MOORE, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

737 Private Francis Richard MOORE, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

435 Private Frank Ernest MOORE, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

2165 Trooper Frederick George MOORE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

2399 Trumpeter Frederick John MOORE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

1103 Lance Corporal George MOORE, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

Lieutenant George Alfred MOORE, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

180 Trooper George Henry MOORE, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

315 Private George Morton Tennyson MOORE, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

250 Private George William MOORE, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

850 Private George Wright MOORE, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

113 Private Godfrey MOORE, 1st West Australian Mounted Infantry.

2517 Private Harry MOORE, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

1177 Private Henry MOORE, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

483 Trooper Horace George MOORE, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

1279 Private Hugh MOORE, Army Medical Corps, Commonwealth - NSW.

110 Quartermaster Sergeant Hugh Augustus MOORE, 4th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

380 Trooper J MOORE, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

J MOORE, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry.

402 Trooper James Alexander MOORE, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

72 Private James Alfred MOORE, 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry.

350 Private James Laurence Armitstead MOORE, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

1315 Corporal James Webber MOORE, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

3651 Squadron Sergeant Major James William MOORE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

149 Private John MOORE, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

576 Private John MOORE, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

179 Trooper John Hartley MOORE, 4th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

1294 Farrier Sergeant John Marston MOORE, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

458 Trooper Joseph Charles MOORE, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

93 Private Patrick Thomas MOORE, 'A' Sqn. NSW Mounted Rifles.

Second Lieutenant Thomas Mitchell MOORE, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

21 Private Thomas Peat MOORE, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1055 Private Thomas Richard MOORE, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australian.

1380 Private Thomas Sydney MOORE, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

70 Private Tom Oliver MOORE, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

85 Private Wallace Melbourne MOORE, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

741 Private William MOORE, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

784 Corporal William Archibald MOORE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

85 Shoeing Smith William T MOORE, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

WS MOORE, South African Light Horse.

Trooper MOORE, South African Light Horse.

1382 Private Frederick Thomas MOOREHOUSE, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

536 E MOORHOUSE, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

Arnold Henry MOOZE, Johannesburg Mounted Rifles.

1374 Private Arthur MORAN, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

33491 Orderly Room Sergeant BF MORAN, 2nd Scottish Horse.

3013 Driver C MORAN, A' Bty. Royal Australian Artillery.

3155 Shoeing Smith Christopher MORAN, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

1199 Private Edward Dalton MORAN, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

Lieutenant Frank MORAN, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

899 Corporal John Thomas MORAN, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

1804 Farrier Martin MORAN, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

1063 Private Michael Patrick MORAN, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australian.

36969 Trooper W MORAN, 1st Scottish Horse.

24338 Trooper WA MORAN, 1st Scottish Horse.

90 Private William Armstrong MORAN, 2nd West Australian Mounted Infantry.

1030 Private Arthur Franklin MORANT, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australian.

Lieutenant Harry Harbord MORANT, Bushveldt Carbineers.

39725 Corporal PC MORETON, 2nd Scottish Horse.

1104 Private Thomas John MORETON, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

573 Driver Alfred Charles MOREY, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

568 Private James Matthew MOREY, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

318 Private Alexander MORGAN, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

258 Private Alfred MORGAN, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

298 Corporal Evan MORGAN, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

61 Private Francis James MORGAN, 4th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

72 Trooper Frank G MORGAN, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

169 Private George Ferguson MORGAN, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

431 Private H MORGAN, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

1227 Private Henry Arthur MORGAN, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

511 Private James MORGAN, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

302 Private JE MORGAN, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

456 Corporal John Stanton MORGAN, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

1190 Private Llewellyn MORGAN, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

3144 Trooper Richard MORGAN, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

143 Trooper Robert Thomas MORGAN, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

424 Private Thomas MORGAN, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

1159 Private Walter MORGAN, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

31 Private George Augustus MORIS, 1st West Australian Mounted Infantry.

Lieutenant George Augustus MORIS, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

Trooper MCH MORISON, Scottish Horse.

179 Private Alexander MORLEY, 2nd Victorian Mounted Rifles.

234 Private EJ MORLEY, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

295 Private George MORLEY, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

371 Private Harold Collison MORLEY, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

164 Private J MORLEY, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

108 Private John MORLEY, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1189 Private Reginald Alfred MORLEY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

33507 Sergeant W MORLEY, 1st Scottish Horse.

193 Shoeing Smith Edmund MORONEY, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

400 Shoeing Smith George MOROSKE, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

Trooper CE MORPHETT, 3rd South Australian Citizens' Bushmen.

429 Private David James MORPHETT, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

109 Private HLA MORPHETT, 1st South Australian Mounted Rifles.

381 Trooper James MORRAH, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

37 Lance Corporal Henry H MORRANT, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

92 Private Arthur Hubert MORRELL, 4th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

221 Private Clem MORRELL, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

147 Private HC MORRELL, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

500 Private William Ernest MORRELL, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

15 Private George MORRICE, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

317 Private George MORRICE, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

185 Trooper Osborn MORRICE, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

Captain AGH MORRIS, Special Service Officer.

1324 Trooper AJ MORRIS, Bethune's Mounted Infantry.

259 Private Arthur MORRIS, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

69 Trooper Arthur T MORRIS, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

2900 Gunner Arthur Thomas MORRIS, A' Bty. Royal Australian Artillery.

939 Private Edward James MORRIS, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

432 Private F MORRIS, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

476 Trooper Fergus Richard MORRIS, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

2467 Corporal Fergus Richard MORRIS, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

1672 Trooper Frank MORRIS, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

1798 Lance Corporal Frank A MORRIS, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

441 Private Frederick MORRIS, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

Staff Sergeant George Edward MORRIS, NSW Lancers.

81 Trooper Henry MORRIS, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

2336 Private Henry MORRIS, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

545 Private Henry Robert MORRIS, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

337 Private Herbert MORRIS, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

Corporal HR MORRIS, Kitchener's Horse.

951 Private James MORRIS, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

1214 Private James William MORRIS, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

208 Trumpeter John Crisop MORRIS, 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry.

236 Squadron Sergeant Major John Crisop MORRIS, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

40 Lance Corporal John James MORRIS, 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry.

1285 Trooper Joseph Brabazon Cavendish MORRIS, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

Lieutenant JT MORRIS, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

1998 Trooper Major MORRIS, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

80 Private Percy Herbert MORRIS, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

332 Trooper Richard James MORRIS, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

2467 Trooper Thomas MORRIS, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

2234 Trooper Thomas MORRIS, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

518 Private Thomas MORRIS, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

244 Trooper Thomas C MORRIS, NSW Lancers.

520 Private Thomas Henry MORRIS, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

20 Trooper Thomas L MORRIS, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

84 Private Thomas Loyd MORRIS, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

185 Private William Arthur MORRIS, 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry.

Major MORRIS, Special Service Officer.

Captain Arthur MORRISBY, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

Bernard W. Clair MORRISBY, South African Light Horse.

1184 Company Quartermaster Sergeant Frank Edward MORRISBY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

20 Private Frank Edward MORRISBY, 1st Tasmanian Mounted Infantry.

198 Private Raymond Clark MORRISBY, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

2867 Private DK MORRISH, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

279 Trooper GH MORRISH, 1st Scottish Horse.

 

Further Reading:

Boer War, 1899 - 1902 

South African (Second Boer) War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, Roll of Honour 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: South African (Second Boer) War: 1899-1902, Embarkation Roll: MIT to MOR

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 30 April 2010 7:21 PM EADT
"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Diamond Hills, 11 - 12 June 1900
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWMR_A

A Sqn NSWMR

"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles

Diamond Hills, 11 - 12 June 1900

 

 

During their tour of South Africa, "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles participated in many different actions as part of the British force. One of the actions occurred at Diamond Hill, 11 - 12 June 1900 . The following is a list of all members of the squadron who took part in this action.

Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa:

Marching through Irene, moved on and fought a severe battle at Diamond Hill on 11th and 12th June; casualties heavy, and the regiment specially mentioned in Divisional Orders by General Ian Hamilton. Followed Botha's army to Bronkhurst Spruit, returning to Pretoria 16th June, from thence south to Heidelberg, which was taken on 23rd June; and thence through Villieradorp, Frankfort, and Beitz to Bethlehem on 9th June. Here De Wet was hiding in the rough country to the south, from whence he broke out on 17th June. Followed him generally north-west, with numerous rear-guard engagements, when be eventually got away to the railway at Roodeval, where he had passed the day previously, burned a train, and moved on to the Vaal.

See: The Battle of Diamond Hill, 11 - 12 June 1900

 

Diamond Hills, 11 - 12 June 1900

 

107 Private Herbert AGLAND

Major John Macquarie ANTILL

9 Corporal James APPS

106 Private Reginald Thomas ARNOLD

85 Private Francis William AXAM

 

70 Private Thomas BALL

5 Sergeant William Henry BARHAM

18 Private Arthur Thomas BENNETT

86 Private James BLACKWOOD

78 Private Arthur BODE

87 Lance Corporal Albert John BOLLARD

21 Private Ed. Counde BULL

89 Private Arthur Albert BUTLER

108 Private Patrick James BYRNE

 

113 Lance Corporal Hugh James CAMERON

25 Private Austin Clarendon COX

24 Private William Sydney CRIPPS

 

28 Corporal Dugald DRUMMOND

 

30 Farrier Sergeant Hubert GARLICK

 

32 Private Ernest James HACKETT

81 Sergeant John Martin HAWKEY

Warrant Officer Richard Charles HOLMAN

43 Private James HOPKINS

 

34 Private Arthur Herbert JAMES

115 Private Herbert William JENKYNS

 

36 Private John KELLY

 

38 Private Gifford Caleb LEETE

39 Private Edward James LINDSAY

 

114 Private Charles MARKS

44 Corporal David MCALLISTER

40 Private Alexander MCDONALD

41 Private John MCDONALD

43 Private Peter MCGREGOR

Lieutenant Harold MCINTOSH

Captain Archibald Alexander MCLEAN

93 Private Patrick Thomas MOORE

49 Private Michael George MOSS

50 Private James MULLAMPY

51 Private George MURRAY, Wounded Diamond Hills, 12 June 1900.

 

94 Sergeant Robert John NETHERY

Lieutenant Joseph NEWMAN

 

125 Private Samuel Geekie ROBINSON

130 Private James ROSS

 

60 Corporal Rex SMITH

110 Private Robert William STAINES

56 Private James Henry SWAN

57 Lance Corporal Richard SWAN

 

Lieutenant Douglas Keith Lucas TOOTH

 

84 Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant John WARDROBE

80 Sergeant Major John WASSON

104 Sergeant James WEBSTER

11 Lance Sergeant Sydney WEEKES

66 Private Leslie WEST

458 Private John WILSON

121 Private Ernest WINDEYER

 

68 Private Horace YOUNG

 

Sources: All information on this page is sourced from Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 28 - 40A; and, an undated compilation of the activities of “A” Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles produced by Major JM Antill and subsequently published by the Government Printer. 

 

 

Further Reading:

The Battle of Diamond Hill, 11 - 12 June 1900 

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Diamond Hills, 11 - 12 June 1900

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Monday, 11 April 2011 6:35 PM EADT
"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Kaffirs Kraal, 4 May 1900
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWMR_A

A Sqn NSWMR

"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles

Kaffirs Kraal, 4 May 1900

 

 

During their tour of South Africa, "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles participated in many different actions as part of the British force. One of the actions occurred at Kaffirs Kraal, 4 May 1900. The following is a list of all members of the squadron who took part in this action.

 

Kaffirs Kraal, 4 May May 1900

 

19 Private Thomas George BIRD

78 Private Arthur BODE

108 Private Patrick James BYRNE

 

113 Lance Corporal Hugh James CAMERON

 

115 Private Herbert William JENKYNS

 

114 Private Charles MARKS

119 Private Alfred MAXWELL

 

125 Private Samuel Geekie ROBINSON

130 Private James ROSS

 

110 Private Robert William STAINES

 

65 Private Lous Charles WATERSON

104 Sergeant James WEBSTER

458 Private John WILSON

121 Private Ernest WINDEYER

 

68 Private Horace YOUNG

 

Sources: All information on this page is sourced from Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 28 - 40A; and, an undated compilation of the activities of “A” Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles produced by Major JM Antill and subsequently published by the Government Printer. 

 

 

Further Reading:

The Battle of Karee Siding, South Africa, 29 March 1900

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Kaffirs Kraal, 4 May 1900

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Tuesday, 12 April 2011 5:04 PM EADT
"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Virginia Siding, 7 May 1900
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWMR_A

A Sqn NSWMR

"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles

Virginia Siding, 7 May 1900

 

 

During their tour of South Africa, "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles participated in many different actions as part of the British force. One of the actions occurred at Virginia Siding, 7 May 1900. The following is a list of all members of the squadron who took part in this action.

 

Virginia Siding, 7 May 1900

 

107 Private Herbert AGLAND

Major John Macquarie ANTILL

9 Corporal James APPS

106 Private Reginald Thomas ARNOLD

85 Private Francis William AXAM

 

70 Private Thomas BALL

5 Sergeant William Henry BARHAM

18 Private Arthur Thomas BENNETT

86 Private James BLACKWOOD

87 Lance Corporal Albert John BOLLARD

21 Private Ed. Counde BULL

89 Private Arthur Albert BUTLER

 

90 Private Ed. Thomas CLEARY

25 Private Austin Clarendon COX

24 Private William Sydney CRIPPS

 

28 Corporal Dugald DRUMMOND

 

30 Farrier Sergeant Hubert GARLICK

8 Lance Sergeant John Robert GILFILLAN

 

32 Private Ernest James HACKETT

33 Private Edwin George HAWES

81 Sergeant John Martin HAWKEY

Warrant Officer Richard Charles HOLMAN

43 Private James HOPKINS

 

34 Private Arthur Herbert JAMES

 

36 Private John KELLY

 

38 Private Gifford Caleb LEETE

39 Private Edward James LINDSAY

104 Private William George LLOYD

 

128 Private George MASON

44 Corporal David MCALLISTER

2 Squadron Sergeant Major Adam MCALLISTER

41 Private John MCDONALD

40 Private Alexander MCDONALD

42 Private Norman MCGREGOR

43 Private Peter MCGREGOR

Lieutenant Harold MCINTOSH

Captain Archibald Alexander MCLEAN

46 Corporal Charles Robert MILLAR

14 Trumpeter Charles George MILLS

93 Private Patrick Thomas MOORE

49 Private Michael George MOSS

50 Private James MULLAMPY

51 Private George MURRAY

 

94 Sergeant Robert John NETHERY

Lieutenant Joseph NEWMAN

 

Lieutenant Arthur John Macarthur ONSLOW

83 Corporal Edmund OSBORNE

 

76 Private Walter Frank PITT

 

48 Private Alfred John REEVES

 

79 Private Wilfred SAVAGE

60 Corporal Rex SMITH

58 Private Albert Edward SMITH

56 Private James Henry SWAN

57 Lance Corporal Richard SWAN

 

Lieutenant Douglas Keith Lucas TOOTH

 

64 Private John WALKER

84 Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant John WARDROBE

80 Sergeant Major John WASSON

11 Lance Sergeant Sydney WEEKES

121 Private Ernest WINDEYER

 

Sources: All information on this page is sourced from Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 28 - 40A; and, an undated compilation of the activities of “A” Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles produced by Major JM Antill and subsequently published by the Government Printer. 

 

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Virginia Siding, 7 May 1900

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Tuesday, 12 April 2011 4:59 PM EADT

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