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Monday, 12 April 2004
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1907
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th ALH

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

1907

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952] 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo

Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

 

District

Western Australia

Brigade

6th Brigade, South Australia and Western Australia

Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel 

The Honorable Sir Arthur Lawley, KCMG, GCIE

Commanding Officer 

Major NJ Moore, Acting Commanding Officer  

Adjutant 

Vacant

Quartermaster 

Honorary Lieutenant G McN Johnston (5 June 1907)

Medical Officer

 Lieutenant SC Joel (27 June 1904)

Veterinary Officer

Captain AE Le Souef
 
 
1st Perth - Fremantle Squadron
Major AJ Love (21 July 1905)

Lieutenant HJ Ogilvy (1 August 1905)

Second Lieutenant SEB Grimwood (1 May 1906)

Second Lieutenant CM Lukin (1 July 1905)

Second Lieutenant G Morgan (1 March 1906)
 
2nd Bunbury - Donnybrook - Harvey - Brookhampton Squadron
Lieutenant H Davies

Lieutenant KMcC Eastman (1 August 1905)

Lieutenant G Clifton (1 September 1906)

Lieutenant LC Timperley (1 September 1906)

Second Lieutenant NM Brazier (1 May 1906)

Second Lieutenant WC Robinson (1 March 1906)
 
3rd Northampton - Nawaba - Greenhough - Dongarra Squadron
Lieutenant FEM Davis (1 August 1905)

Lieutenant JC Kidd (1 August 1905)

Lieutenant RR Garland (1 September 1906)

Second Lieutenant HK Maley (1 September 1906)
 
4th Northam - Newcastle Squadron
Lieutenant CF Butler (1 August 1905)

Lieutenant WHA Phillips (1 August 1905)

Second Lieutenant J Johnson (1 September 1906)

Second Lieutenant W McCreery (9 November 1906)
 
 

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Citation: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1907

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2010 9:44 AM EADT
British South African Police, Roll of Honour, Harold William George Marshall
Topic: BW Gen - Soldiers

British South African Police

Roll of Honour

Harold William George Marshall

 


 

Harold William George Marshall

Service number:

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: British South African Police

Service: Rhodesian Police Forces

Conflict: South Africa, 1899-1902

Date of death: 29 September 1900

Place of death: Manzimyama

Cause of death: accidentally shot

 

Harold William George Marshall

 

A brief military biography of Harold William George Marshall:

Regimental number
Date of birth1875
Place of birthGundagai, New South Wales
ReligionChurch of England
OccupationPoliceman
AddressGundagai, NSW
Marital statusSingle
Previous Service
Age at embarkation25
Next of kinFather: Mr Henry Marshall, Gundagai, NSW
Enlistment date1897
Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll
Rank on enlistmentTrooper
Unit nameBritish South African Police 
Embarkation detailsEnlisted in South Africa
Rank from Nominal RollTrooper
Unit from Nominal RollBritish South African Police
FateAccidentally shot at Manzimyama, 28 September 1900
Place of burialErmelo Garden of Remembrance
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
Not Remembered on the Roll of Honour

 Lest we forget

 

Town and Country Journal, 1 December 1900, p. 22.

 

The transcription follows below:

 

Trooper Harold Marshall

Trooper Harold Marshall was a native of Gundagai, and youngest son of the late Dr. Marshall of that town. He was accidentally shot recently while serving with the British forces in South Africa. A great friend, and one who knew him well, writes: Poor Harold's death was such a shock. I can hardly realise it yet. Some times I think that there must be some mistake he cannot be gone never to return. I have a photo of him taken just after he joined the B.S.A.P., nearly three years ago. The first eighteen months "Son" was in Africa he tried his hand at different things in Johannesburg, which he found was not the great place it was made out to be. As he couldn't get on there, he decided to go to Buluwayo, where he joined the British South African Police. On account of his knowledge of chemistry, he was given the position of medical orderly of "A" troop, at Fort Manzimyama, which office he filled until a few months prior to the war, when he was promoted to the field hospital at Gwanda, as dispenser, under a Dr. Roscoe, who when the war broke out was commandeered to Fort Tuli with Colonel Plumer's force. "Son" was then sent back to his old position at Manzimyama, where he had to do regimental work or anything at all that was to be done. He only joined the police for two years, and you already know his time was up last November. He had expected to be home for Christmas, when the war enforced a longer sojourn, and the poor boy was never destined to reach home. In his last letter to me he told me that they had just received word that none of the time-expired men were to be allowed their discharge until the war was fully terminated. He quite expected to be there another six months. He also said that it was dreadful to hear some of the poor fellows cursing the country, and waiting anxiously for news that never came. He supposed Lord Roberts was really working very hard, but he seemed to be terribly slow, and if he only knew the state of those poor fellows waiting to get home he would hurry himself more. I can't tell you much about his movements, as he never told me much. I had to read between the lines. I knew he had a very hard life, especially since the war, when he was sent out on patrol or scouring the country for men who were reported to be dead. Sometimes when he was in a dejected mood he would tell me some of the hardships connected with the life, but not often. He had a very hard time of it after Colonel Plumer's engagement at Tuli. He was among the patrol sent there to take the wounded back to Buluwayo. He had charge of them, and they had to travel, I think it was, nearly 200 miles in a bullock-waggon, and it rained in torrents nearly the whole time. He was once within seventeen miles of Mafeking, but I know no particulars. He said he would tell us all when he came home. His last letters were always scribbled off in a hurry. He said he could only just make time to write them. As I said before, he would never tell me much of what he had to endure. All his letters to me were full of his home coming, and of that life together to which we both of late looked forward so hopefully; and now it is all over. There's nothing to look forward to, and everything seems blank. May the loving and merciful One give his mother strength to bear the terrible blow. I heard from his sisters this morning. They are nearly heart broken. If only there was some farewell token it would be easier to bear; but I dare not hope for even that, as it would surely have arrived before this. I should have received two other letters. I have been waiting and wondering why they never came. The last letter I received was written on August 26. It arrived here the beginning of October; and little did we dream that the hand that penned it was even then still in death.

 

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Citation: British South African Police, Roll of Honour, Harold William George Marshall

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 9 May 2010 9:29 PM EADT
Boer War, Soldiers' Biographies, Contents
Topic: BW Gen - Soldiers

Boer War

Soldiers' Biographies

Contents

 

This section deals with Biographies of soldiers, while being of Australian origin, enlisted with other Imperial forces. These are their stories.

 

Personnel

 

Roll of Honour

Those who gave their lives in the course of their service are not remembered at the Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour.  Here they will be remembered.

British South African Police, Roll of Honour, Harold William George Marshall

Lest we forget

 

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Citation: Boer War, Soldiers' Biographies, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 9 May 2010 9:28 PM EADT
Sunday, 11 April 2004
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1908
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th ALH

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

1908

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952] 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Percute et Percute Velocitor

Strike and Strike Swiftly

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

 Allied with: King Edward's Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment).

 

District

Western Australia

Brigade

6th Brigade, South Australia and Western Australia

Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel 

The Honorable Sir Arthur Lawley, KCMG, GCIE

Commanding Officer  

Lieutenant Colonel NJ Moore (13 March 1908)

Adjutant 

Lieutenant RR Garland (1 September 1906)

Quartermaster 

Honorary Lieutenant G McN Johnston (5 June 1907)

Medical Officer

 Lieutenant SC Joel (27 June 1904)

Veterinary Officer

Captain AE Le Souef
 
 
1st Perth - Fremantle Squadron 
Major AJ Love (9 February 1907)

Lieutenant HJ Ogilvy (1 August 1905)

Second Lieutenant CP Bryan (17 March 1908)

Second Lieutenant GA Burkett (6 April 1908)

Second Lieutenant SEB Grimwood (1 May 1906)

Second Lieutenant G Morgan (1 March 1906)
 
2nd Bunbury - Donnybrook - Harvey - Brookhampton Squadron 
Captain KMcC Eastman (6 April 1908)

Lieutenant H Davies

Lieutenant LC Timperley (1 September 1906)

Second Lieutenant NM Brazier (1 May 1906)

Second Lieutenant ES Brockman (8 January 1908)

Second Lieutenant K Gibsone (8 January 1908)

Second Lieutenant WC Robinson (1 March 1906)
 
3rd Northampton - Nawaba - Greenhough - Dongarra Squadron 
Captain JC Kidd (6 April 1908)

Lieutenant FEM Davis (1 August 1905)

Second Lieutenant HK Maley (1 September 1906)
 
4th Northam - Newcastle Squadron
Lieutenant CF Butler (1 August 1905)

Lieutenant WHA Phillips (1 August 1905)

Second Lieutenant J Johnson (1 September 1906)

Second Lieutenant W McCreery (9 November 1906)

Second Lieutenant BM Solomon (8 January 1908)
 
 

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Citation: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1908

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2010 10:15 AM EADT
Saturday, 10 April 2004
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1909
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th ALH

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

1909

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952] 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo

Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

 

District

Western Australia

Brigade

6th Brigade, South Australia and Western Australia

Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel 

The Honorable Sir Arthur Lawley, KCMG, GCIE

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel AJ Love (5 October 1908)

Adjutant 

Lieutenant RR Garland (1 September 1906)

Quartermaster

Honorary Lieutenant G McN Johnston (5 June 1907)

Medical Officer

 Lieutenant SC Joel (27 June 1904)

Veterinary Officer

Captain AE Le Souef
 
 

Pom Pom Section

Perth
Second Lieutenant PM Edwards (7 September 1908) 
 

Machine Gun Section

Perth
Second Lieutenant EE Collett (28 September 1908)
 
1st Perth - Fremantle Squadron  
Captain HJ Ogilvy (28 September 1908)

Lieutenant G Morgan (14 September 1908)

Second Lieutenant GA Burkett (6 April 1908)

Second Lieutenant SEB Grimwood (1 May 1906)
 
2nd Bunbury - Donnybrook - Harvey - Brookhampton Squadron  
Captain KMcC Eastman (6 April 1908)

Lieutenant WC Robinson (14 September 1908)

Lieutenant NM Brazier (14 September 1908)

Second Lieutenant HS Brockman (8 January 1908)

Second Lieutenant K Gibsone (8 January 1908)
 

3rd Northampton - Nawaba - Greenhough - Dongarra Squadron  

Captain JC Kidd (6 April 1908)

Lieutenant FEM Davis (1 August 1905)

Lieutenant HK Maley (14 September 1908)
 
4th Northam - Newcastle - Mumberkine Squadron 
Lieutenant J Johnson (14 September 1908)

Lieutenant W McCreery (14 September 1908)

Second Lieutenant CM Lukin (26 October 1908)

Second Lieutenant BM Solomon (8 January 1908)
 
 
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Citation: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1909

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