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Saturday, 5 June 2004
Sunnyside, 1 January 1900, Chamberlain Account
Topic: BatzB - Sunnyside

South African (Second Boer) War 

The Battle of Sunnyside, South Africa, 1 January 1900

Chamberlain Account

 

Map 54, Sunnyside, 1 January 1900.

 

The following account is extracted from Max Chamberlain's book called The Australians in the South African War 1899 - 1902, A Map History, published by Army history Unit in Canberra, 1999. This section is called Map 54.



SUNNYSIDE 1 JANUARY 1900

When it became known that Cape Rebels were operating in the area west of Belmont, Lt Col T Pilcher conducted a raid to remove them. To deceive the spies who reported every British move, the Flying Column of 200 QMI, 100 Canadian infantry in waggons, 40 Royal Munster Fusiliers MI, P Battery RHA and NSW AMC headed east on 29 December 1899 before crossing the railway to Richmond Farm on the 31st and marching west to Thornhill Farm. Pilcher detained all natives encountered under guard.

On 1 January 1900 the column left Thornhill before daybreak and moved north in the direction of Sunnyside Kopjes in several parallel groups which joined up at Verneukberg. A shower of rain prevented dust rising to disclose their presence. The column headed west of the chain of kopjes running north to Sunnyside from Thornhill. Two patrols of QMI headed to east and west of Sunnyside Hill to ascertain the position of the laager. The western patrol ran into Boer fire and had two men killed and two wounded. Troopers V S Jones and D C McLeod were the first Australians in this war to die in battle.

P Battery, RMFMI and the Canadians were sent to the eastern flank and took up a position suitable for the artillery to the north and east of the Boer camp. At 1,800 yards the battery fired. The QMI extended east to west and moved northward. The Canadians moved toward the laager between the guns and the main advance of the Queenslanders.

The Boer camp was at the north-east corner of a horseshoe shaped feature. One company of QMI was sent to the left and was hotly engaged, a detachment was on the higher slope of the ridge and another in support. The Canadians moved forward into the open under heavy fire from rebels being driven from west to east by the Queenslanders. The Queensland reserve was sent in from the southern spur of the horseshoe in time to assist in the capture of 40 prisoners. The enemy retreated towards Douglas and the action was over by 4pm.

Pilcher pursued to Dover Farm, 7 miles distant, leaving the Canadians in charge of the prisoners and the NSW AMC to tend the wounded. Pilcher entered Douglas, then on 3 January retired on Belmont with prisoners and a convoy after burning the enemy's ammunition. This first major operation by the Australians in this war showed the British ability to assist the loyal residents beleaguered by rebels.

 

Bibliography

Chamberlain, M., The Australians in the South African War 1899 - 1902, A Map History, Army history Unit, Canberra, 1999.

 

Further Reading:

The Battle of Sunnyside, South Africa, 1 January 1900

South African (Second Boer) War

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Sunnyside, 1 January 1900, Chamberlain Account

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 9 May 2010 1:04 PM EADT
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1913
Topic: Militia - LHS - 16/22/3

22nd A (SAMR) LH

22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse Regiment

1913

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]
South Australian Mounted Rifles [1899 - 1903]
16th Australian Light Horse Regiment [1903 - 1912]
22nd Australian Light Horse Regiment [1912 - 1919]
3rd Australian Light Horse Regiment [1919 - 1942]
3rd Reconnaissance Company [1942 - 1952]
3rd/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1919 - 1943]
3rd/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1952 - ]

Equis Armis Virtute - By Horses, arms and Virtue

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

 

District

Southern South Australia
Brigade
8th Brigade
Headquarters
Adelaide
Honorary Colonel
The Right Honorable Algernon Hawkins Thogond Keith-Falconer Earl of Kintore, PC, GCMG.
Commanding Officer 
Lieutenant Colonel Frank Milton Rowell, Boer War Veteran, 29 May 1913, Tenure of Command from 29 May 1913 to 28 May 1918.
Adjutant 
Captain Charles Philip Butler, 1 July 1913.
Quartermaster 
Honorary Lieutenant Thomas Robert Richards, 18 March 1912.
Medical Officer
Major Frederick David Jermyn, VD, Boer War Veteran, 14 February 1910.
Veterinary Officer
Vacant.
Area Officers
Lieutenant Park Alexander McEdward Laurie, 13 August 1908.

Lieutenant George King, 1 July 1912.
 
Machine Gun Section
Adelaide

Lieutenant John Gregory Prior, 15 January 1912.
 
 
"A" Squadron, Reynella - McLaren Vale - Glenelg - Mitcham.
Major Carew Reynell, 18 November 1912.

Lieutenant Frederick Henson Trott, 18 December 1911.

Lieutenant Harry Meshach Parsons, 12 February 1912.

Second Lieutenant Albert Mason, 23 November 1908.

Second Lieutenant Miles Francis DeGrave Sells, 7 August 1911.

Second Lieutenant Ira Robert Adams, 11 September 1911.

Second Lieutenant Frank Lindsay Gordon Smith, 11 December 1911.
 
 
"B" Squadron, Narracoorte - Kingston - Victor Harbor - Yankallila - Bordertown - Murray Bridge - Mount Barker.
Captain Emil Frederick Feuerheerdt, VD, 29 November 1909.

Second Lieutenant Herbert Robert Hawthorn Mattinson, 22 July 1910.

Second Lieutenant Thomas George Marshall, 25 March 1912.

Second Lieutenant Frederick John Kidman, 25 March 1912.

Second Lieutenant Charles Frederick Barnett, 9 December 1912.
 
 
"C" Squadron, Mount Gambier - Millicent.
Captain Edgar Frank Barnett, 1 July 1913.

Lieutenant Francis Michael White, 18 December 1911.

Second Lieutenant Graham Major, 9 October 1911.

Second Lieutenant William August Henry Nitschke, 19 February 1912.
 
  

Previous: 22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, December 1912

Next: 22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1914

 

 

Further Reading:

16th/22nd/3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

   


Citation: 22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1913

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 6 June 2010 1:57 PM EADT
Australian Light Horse - Full Index, Embarkation Roll: PAB to PAS
Topic: AIF - ALH - A to Z

ALH, AIF

Australian Light Horse - Full Index

Embarkation Roll: PAB to PAS

 

The following is an alphabetical roll of all members of the Australian Light Horse, AIF who are known to have embarked overseas during the Great War.

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

First Names;

Family Name;

If applicable, any false name employed; and,

Embarkation unit.

 

Notes

Note 1: All soldiers’ names are linked to the specific unit and date when embarkation occurred. By utilising the link, upon the Embarkation Roll is a brief military biography of the individual. Also on the page are details and picture of the ship in which embarkation occurred for that specific soldier.

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.

Note 3: In comparing this roll with the official Embarkation Rolls published by the Department of Defence during the Great War, it will be noticed that some names are absent. The reason for this lies in the fact that when the official Embarkation Rolls were compiled, last minute absentees for one reason or another were recorded as embarking whereas in actuality, no embarkation occurred. In addition, there are other names that have been included that do not appear in the official Embarkation Rolls and yet they embarked with that particular group.

 

Finding more about a service person.


Embarkation Roll: PAB to PAS

 

Frederick William PABST, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Wesley Thomas PACE, 8th Light Horse Regiment

James Edgar PACEY, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Herbert PACINI, Light Horse Signal Reinforcements

William Longford PACKENHAM, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Alfred Percival PACKER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Ernest Coombe PACKER, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Oliver Douglas PACKER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Percy Frederick PACKER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Clive Lawrence PACKHAM, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

James William PACKMAN, 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance

Joseph Ralph PADDICK, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Melville Henry PADDICK, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Carl Victor PADDISON, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Percy John PADDISON, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Vernier Roy PADDOCK, Light Horse Signal Reinforcements

Lester Osborne PADMAN, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Albert Edley PAGE, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Albert James PAGE, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Albert Samuel PAGE, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred PAGE, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Alwin PAGE, 4th Light Horse Field Ambulance

Charles PAGE, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Donaldson PAGE, 13th Light Horse Regiment

Douglas PAGE, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Edward Fowler PAGE, Light Horse Signal Reinforcements

Edward James PAGE, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Edwin Arthur PAGE, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Francis Robert PAGE, 1st Australian Wireless Squadron

Frank Henry PAGE, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Frederick PAGE, General Service Reinforcements

George Raymond PAGE, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Harry PAGE, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Henry PAGE, Light Horse Signal Reinforcements

Herbert Samuel Cope PAGE, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Hugh Murray PAGE, 5th Light Horse Regiment

John Patrick PAGE, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Leslie William PAGE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Osman Gladstone Waldeman PAGE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Palmer William PAGE, 3rd Light Horse Signal Troop

Sydney George PAGE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Wilfred PAGE, 8th Light Horse Regiment

William PAGE, 9th Light Horse Regiment

William Menzies PAGE, 4th Light Horse Regiment

William Stanley PAGE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

William Stewart PAGE, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Clifford Francis PAGET, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Percy George PAGET, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Albert PAGETT, 6th Light Horse Regiment

James Samuel Burnard PAGETT, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred Fraser PAGNEIZ, 3rd Light Horse Signal Troop

Charles Sydney PAIGE, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Lionel Frederick PAIN, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Arthur Roy PAINE, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Frederick John PAINE, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Leslie Charles PAINE, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

John PAINTER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Herbert PAINTON, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Leslie William PAISLEY, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Selwyn Addy PAISLEY, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Alexander PAKES, General Service Reinforcements

Pasquale PALAGINO, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Pasquale PALAGINO, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Frederick Godfrey PALFREYMAN, General Service Reinforcements

Frank Holden PALLETT, 2nd Light Horse Field Ambulance

Alan Dexter PALMER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Albert Edward PALMER, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred Clifford PALMER, 14th Light Horse Regiment

Cecil Spunner PALMER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Claude PALMER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Forrest Edward PALMER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Frederick PALMER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

George Hodgetts PALMER, 13th Light Horse Regiment

Henry Geoffrey PALMER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Henry Montague PALMER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Herbert PALMER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Herbert Victor PALMER, 13th Light Horse Regiment

James Ernest PALMER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

John Dudley Godrich PALMER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Keith PALMER, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Maxwell PALMER, General Service Reinforcements

Reginald Nutfield PALMER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Roger PALMER, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Samuel George PALMER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Solomon PALMER, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Stuart Norman PALMER, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Thomas PALMER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Thomas Ambrose PALMER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Valentine Pool PALMER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Warren Clive PALMER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

William Lindsay PALMES, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Joseph PALMIER, 2nd Light Horse Field Ambulance

Ralph Lee PALTRIDGE, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

William George PAMPHILON, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Christopher William PANKHURST, 5th Light Horse Regiment

George Robert PANTER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Willis PAPPIN, 13th Light Horse Regiment

William Herbert PAPPIN, 8th Light Horse Regiment

George Leopold PAPPS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Robert Adlem PAPPS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Herman John PAPROTH, 8th Light Horse Regiment

William Thomas PAPWORTH, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Robert Leslie PARANCE, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Ray Victor PARASIERS, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Wilfred Arol PARBERY, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Rudolph Heinrick Edward PARBS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Charles Roger Frank PARBURY, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Ernest Lescombe PARDEY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

George Frederick William Augustus PARDON, 13th Light Horse Regiment

Ernest Frederick PARDY, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Cecil James PARGETER, 3rd Light Horse Signal Troop

William PARGETER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred Justin PARHAM, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Albert Cecil PARISH, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Arthur James PARISH, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Burrell PARK, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Colin Gibson PARK, 1st Light Horse Regiment

James PARK, 13th Light Horse Regiment

James Shaw PARK, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Leslie Andrew PARK, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Thomas Tait PARK, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Tom PARK, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Jesse Lilburne PARKE, General Service Reinforcements

Stanley Ernest PARKE, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Abraham Wesley PARKER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred PARKER, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Alfred PARKER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Allen PARKER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Henry James PARKER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Joseph PARKER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Christopher John PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Donald PARKER, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Edgar PARKER, 14th Light Horse Regiment

Edward PARKER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Eustace Cyprian PARKER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Frank PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Frederick William PARKER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

George Henry PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

George Washington PARKER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Gerald Stanley PARKER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Gilbert Alexander PARKER, 1st Australian Wireless Squadron

Harold Leslie PARKER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Harry PARKER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Herbert Hamilton PARKER, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Herbert Hamilton PARKER, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Herbert Lawrence PARKER, 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance

Herbert Thomas PARKER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Hilton Joseph PARKER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Hilton Thomas PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Howard Ephriam PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Jack PARKER, 4th Light Horse Regiment

James Patrick PARKER, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

James Robert PARKER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

John PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

John PARKER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

John Hilton PARKER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

John James PARKER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Kenneth Alexander PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Lawrence Joseph PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Leonard George PARKER, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Leslie Herbert PARKER, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance

Leslie Richard PARKER, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Matthew PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Matthew PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Michael John PARKER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Percy PARKER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Reginald PARKER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Reginald PARKER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Richard Austin PARKER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Roydon Lacy PARKER, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Stanley James PARKER, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Sydney Francis PARKER, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Trevor PARKER, 5th Light Horse Regiment

Vincent Leo PARKER, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Walter Lucas Dillon PARKER, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Walter Richard PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

William Charles PARKER, 7th Light Horse Regiment

William George PARKER, General Service Reinforcements

William James PARKER, 1st Light Horse Brigade

William John James PARKER, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance

Albert Edward PARKES, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred PARKES, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Charlie PARKES, 11th Light Horse Regiment

David PARKES, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

David PARKES, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Edmund Fraser PARKES, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Edward Alfred PARKES, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Ernest Cecil PARKES, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Frederick Vance PARKES, 7th Light Horse Regiment

John PARKES, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Joseph PARKES, 2nd Light Horse Signal Troop

Randle Guy PARKES, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Robert Scott PARKES, General Service Reinforcements

Stanley Ernest PARKES, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Stanley Thomas PARKES, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance

William Joseph PARKES, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Elton James PARKHILL, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Robert PARKIN, Cable Signal Section

Edward PARKIN, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Herbert PARKIN, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

John PARKIN, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Richard Theodore PARKIN, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred James PARKINS, 6th Light Horse Regiment

George James PARKINS, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Mervyn Henry PARKINS, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Milton Roy PARKINS, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Clarence Roy PARKINSON, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Ernest John PARKINSON, 4th Light Horse Regiment

George Maynard PARKINSON, 10th Light Horse Regiment

James PARKINSON, 13th Light Horse Regiment

James PARKINSON, 7th Light Horse Regiment

James PARKINSON, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

John James PARKINSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Robert Roxley PARKINSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Edmund Alfred PARKS, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Lloyd Arnold PARKS, General Service Reinforcements

John Baptist PARLATO, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Ernest Albert PARMINTER, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Arthur Phillip PARMITER, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Herbert Edward PARNABY, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Frederick Douglas PARNELL, General Service Reinforcements

Richard Slee PARNELL, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Benjamin James PARNHAM, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Arthur Joseph Cameron PARR, 5th Light Horse Regiment

John William PARR, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Thomas John PARR, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Urban PARR, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Andrew PARRETT, 12th Light Horse Regiment

John PARRETT, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Francis Bernard PARRI, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Francis Bernard PARRI, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Oliver James Wesley PARRISH, 14th Light Horse Regiment

Roland Walter PARRISH, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Edmund George PARROTT, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Edmund George PARROTT, 2nd Light Horse Regiment

Ernest Alfred PARROTT, 4th Light Horse Regiment

Abiah PARRY, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Charles Allard PARRY, 13th Light Horse Regiment

Edward PARRY, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Edward Evans PARRY, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Gwydir Balford PARRY, 5th Light Horse Regiment

John William Henry PARRY, 7th Light Horse Regiment

John Williams PARRY, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Robert Norman PARRY, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Walter Claude PARRY, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Wilfred James PARRY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

John Leo PARSELL, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Frank Thornbury PARSEY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Louis John PARSLOW, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Edmund PARSONAGE, General Service Reinforcements

Thomas PARSONAGE, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Warford John PARSONAGE, Imperial Camel Corps Brigade

Albert Edward PARSONS, General Service Reinforcements

Albert Edward Seymorne PARSONS, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Alfred PARSONS, 13th Light Horse Regiment

Aubrey Reginald PARSONS, 1st Australian Wireless Squadron

Charles Hartley PARSONS, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Frank William PARSONS, 11th Light Horse Regiment

George Edward PARSONS, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Hamilton PARSONS, General Service Reinforcements

Harry PARSONS, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Harry Meshach PARSONS, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Harry Meshash PARSONS, 9th Light Horse Regiment

James Luke PARSONS, 13th Light Horse Regiment

John PARSONS, 8th Light Horse Regiment

John Vincent PARSONS, 5th Light Horse Regiment

John William PARSONS, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Leslie PARSONS, 10th Light Horse Regiment

Maurice PARSONS, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Oliver Robert PARSONS, 12th Light Horse Regiment

Oliver Robert PARSONS, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Phillip PARSONS, 7th Light Horse Regiment

Rex Whaddon PARSONS, Light Horse Signal Reinforcements

Robert William PARSONS, 1st Light Horse Regiment

Russell PARSONS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Sidney Frederick PARSONS, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Stanley Egbert PARSONS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

Victor Francis PARSONS, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Victor Francis PARSONS, 9th Light Horse Regiment

William Albert PARSONS, 8th Light Horse Regiment

William Clement PARSONS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment

William Stewart PARSONS, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Harry PARTINGTON, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Thomas James PARTINGTON, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Walter PARTIS, 13th Light Horse Regiment

Clarence David PARTRIDGE, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Henry PARTRIDGE, 9th Light Horse Regiment

John Edward PARTRIDGE, Light Horse Reinforcements

Jonathan Charles PARTRIDGE, 11th Light Horse Regiment

Norman Sydney PARTRIDGE, 6th Light Horse Regiment

Robert William Cyril PARTRIDGE, 1st Light Horse Brigade

William James PARTRIDGE, 9th Light Horse Regiment

Harold Richard PASCAL, 8th Light Horse Regiment

Robert Anthony PASCO, 13th Light Horse Regiment

 

Previous: OLL to OZA

Next:  PAS to PEE

 

Sources Used:

National Archives Service File.

Embarkation Roll, AWM8, Class 10, Light Horse.

Nominal Roll, AWM133, Nominal Roll of Australian Imperial Force who left Australia for service abroad, 1914-1918 War.

Collected Records of Steve Becker.

 

Acknowledgement: Many thanks to Steve Becker who provided much of the raw material that appears in this item.

 

Further Reading:

Australian Light Horse - Full Index

The Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Light Horse - Full Index, Embarkation Roll: PAB to PAS

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Friday, 8 October 2010 6:36 AM EADT
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1913
Topic: Militia - LHS - 24/9

24th ALH

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

1913

 

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]
South Australian Mounted Rifles [1899 - 1903]
17th (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1912 - 1919]
9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1919 - 1936]
9/23 Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1936 - 1942]
9th Motor Regiment, Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1942 - 1943]
3/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1952 - ]


Pro Gloria et Honore 

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse Badge

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

District

Northern South Australia

Brigade

8th Brigade

Headquarters

Port Pirie

Honorary Colonel

Vacant

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel Albert Miell, 27 December 1912, Boer War Veteran, Tenure of Command from 1 July 1912 to 30 June 1917

Second in Command

Captain Peter Joseph Walsh, 9 September 1912.

Adjutant

Lieutenant John Thomas Moran, Army and Instructional Staff, Boer War Veteran, 1 February 1911.

Quartermaster

Honorary Lieutenant John Clarence Scotcher, 9 December 1912.

Medical Officer

Captain Arthur Ross Clayton, 4 November 1912.

Veterinary Officer

Vacant

Supernumerary Officers

Second Lieutenant Edwin Cooper Derrington, 24 September 1913.

Area Officers 

Captain James Edward Barrett, 1 November 1910.

Captain Thomas George Heming, Boer War Veteran, 1 November 1910.

Lieutenant Harold Edward Rowell, 16 February 1913.

 

Machine Gun Section

Crystal Brook

Lieutenant Thomas William Richardson Forgan, 16 February 1913.

 

"A" Squadron, Port Pirie - Crystal Brook - Laura - Wirrabara - Wanderah

Lieutenant Horatio Abner Toop, 18 December 1911.

Lieutenant David Baird Wilson, 14 February 1894.

Second Lieutenant Richard Harry Sampson, 23 January 1911.

Second Lieutenant James Alexander Sampson, 27 February 1911.

Second Lieutenant Peter Sinclair O'Shaughnessy, 9 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant Silas Stuart Searle, 28 February 1913.

Second Lieutenant Alexander Joseph Watt, 28 February 1913.

 

 
"B" Squadron, Jamestown - Petersburg - Broken Hill

Lieutenant Alexander David Mitchell, 1 April 1912.

Lieutenant George Nugent, Boer War Veteran, 16 February 1913.

Lieutenant Joseph Johnston Brooks, 16 May 1913.

Second Lieutenant Philip Ignatius Callary, 31 March 1913.

 

 

"C" Squadron, Clare - Balaklava - Kadina - Wallaroo - Maitland

Second Lieutenant Arthur John Thompson, 9 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant Archibald Harold Bray, 1 September 1913.

Second Lieutenant Archie Dick, 16 November 1913.

 

 

Previous:  24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1912

Next: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1914

 

Further Reading:

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1913


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Thursday, 3 June 2010 4:41 PM EADT
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1913
Topic: Militia - LHS - 17/23/18

23rd ALH

23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse

1913

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]

South Australian Mounted Rifles, 1899-1903
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse Regiment, 1903-1912
23rd (Barossa) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1912-1919
18th Adelaide Lancers, 1919-1935
18th Light Horse Machine Gun Regiment (Adelaide Lancers), 1935-1942
18th Motor Regiment (Adelaide Lancers), 1942-1943
 

Equis Armis Virtute - By Horses, arms and Virtue

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

 

District

Central South Australia

Brigade

8th Brigade

Headquarters

Adelaide

Honorary Colonel

The Right Honorable Algernon Hawkins Thogond Keith-Falconer Earl of Kintore, PC, GCMG.
Commanding Officer
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Hancock,  5 October 1908, Tenure of Command from 1 July 1912 to 30 June 1917.

Second in Command

Major Reginald Robert Baldwin,  15 January 1912.

Adjutant

Lieutenant Horace George Viney, Army and Instructional Staff, 1 March 1912.

Quartermaster

Captain Diedrich Heinrich Schmidt, Honorary Major, 18 June 1904.

Medical Officer

Captain Charles Ernest Cameron Wilson, 1 December 1913.

Veterinary Officer

Captain Frederick Murray-Jones, 19 December 1913.


Area Officers 

Major David Fulton, 1 August 1913.

Captain Francis Charles Siekmann, Boer War Veteran, 12 October 1908.




Machine Gun Section

Adelaide
Second Lieutenant Walter Andrew Read, 1 July 1913.

 



"A" Squadron, Adelaide - Magill

Major Bentley Sievewright Connor, 17 June 1912.

Captain Horace Gilbert Willcox, 23 December 1912.

Lieutenant Roland Ellis Jacobs, 16 April 1913.

Second Lieutenant Halcombe Ferrier Brock, 30 August 1909.

Second Lieutenant Clive Bleechmore, 11 March 1912.

Second Lieutenant Algernon Sheppard Lindsay, 28 October 1912.

Second Lieutenant William Percival Allen Lapthorne, 1 September 1913.
 
 

"B" Squadron, Prospect - Tea Tree Gully - Two Wells - Smithfield - Gawler

Captain Thomas Anglesey Siekmann, 23 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant Edward Theodore Pascoe, 13 March 1911.

Second Lieutenant William Charles Kelly, 23 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant George Stafford Hayman, 31 January 1913.

Second Lieutenant Alexander John Cowan, 16 February 1913.
 
 

"C" Squadron, Burra - Hamley Bridge - Riverton - Kapunda

Second Lieutenant Lancelot Ashley Lewis, 18 November 1912.

Second Lieutenant Edmund Ross James, 31 January 1913.

Second Lieutenant Oswald Hatchard Castine, 31 January 1913.

Second Lieutenant John Cave Killicoat, Boer War Veteran, 16 February 1913.

 

 

Previous: 23rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, December 1912

Next:  23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1914

 

 

Further Reading:

17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1913

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Friday, 4 June 2010 5:12 PM EADT

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