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Wednesday, 30 June 2004
16th/22nd/3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, Contents
Topic: Militia - LHS - 16/22/3

16th/22nd/3rd  A (SAMR) LH

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

Contents

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]
3/9th 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).

 

History

Below is a brief historical outline from RK Peacock, Evolution of Australian Light Horse Regiments 1841-1935,  Unpublished MSS, c.1936, p. 3.

The flame which kindled the fire bringing the regiment into existence dates back to the year 1841 when a Squadron of Cavalry was raised in Adelaide. During 1844 a small reorganisation was effected brining forth the Adelaide Mounted Rifle Corps, which, by 1867 was composed of four troops, vis. No. 1 Molong Troop; No. 2 Strathalbyn Troop; No. 3 Adelaide Troop and No. 4 Reedbeds Troop. In 1899 the Adelaide Mounted Rifle Corps had become the South Australian Mounted Rifles and No 3 Adelaide Troop became No. 1 Squadron, together with portion of troops at Yankalilla, Inman Valley and Victor Harbor. By 1901 the No. 1 troop at Adelaide became the active portion of the mounted rifles the remainder being styled the reserves. In the Federal reorganisation of 1903 No. 1 Squadron (active) and No. 2, 4 and 5 Squadrons (reserve) were formed into a regiment styled 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) with four Squadrons, also an attached squadron designated No. 5 Squadron. At the reorganisation of 1912 Nos. 2, 3 and, 4 Squadrons of the 16th, A.L.H. Regiment, together with No. 4 Squadron of the 17th. A.L.H. Regiment became the 22nd Light Horse (SAMR)  whilst No. 1 Squadron of the 16th formed the nucleus of the 23rd. Light Horse (q.v.). The other changes which followed this regiment did not occur until 1918 when the 22nd. Light horse continued as the 3rd. Light Horse (South Australian Mounted Rifles) and as such it continued until the Divisional re-organisation of 1921 when part of the 3rd. Light Horse Regiment and part of the 30th. Light Horse Regiment became designated 3rd. Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles).


Items

History

 

Regimental Structure 1903 -1920

This section explores the evolution of the Regiment from its first origins as a Commonwealth formation. Each year maps the movement of men and often locations of the various Squadrons and Troops. To get the flavour of the Regiment, it is best to begin the journey at 1903 and follow though each year till 1920.

South Australian Mounted Rifles

16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse , June 1903

 

16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, December 1903
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1904
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1905
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1906
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1907
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1908
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1909
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1910
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1911
16th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, June 1912

 

22nd (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse 

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

1912 Nominal Roll

22nd Australian Light Horse, HQ, MGS and "A" Squadron, 1912 

22nd Australian Light Horse, "B" Squadron, 1912 

22nd Australian Light Horse,  "C" Squadron, 1912 

 
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1913
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1914
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1915
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1916
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1917
22nd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1918

 

3rd (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse 

3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1919
3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1920

 

Great War

16th/22nd/3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, Service in the Great War 

 

Roll of Honour

16th/22nd/3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, Roll of Honour
Lest we forget. 

 

 

Further Reading:

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

16th/22nd/3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, Roll of Honour

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 16th/22nd/3rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 8 June 2010 11:11 AM EADT
17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse, Contents
Topic: Militia - LHS - 17/23/18

17th/23rd/18th ALH

17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse

Contents

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).

 

History

Below is a brief historical outline from RK Peacock, Evolution of Australian Light Horse Regiments 1841-1935,  Unpublished MSS, c.1936, p. 3.

The flame which kindled the fire bringing the regiment into existence dates back to the year 1841 when a Squadron of Cavalry was raised in Adelaide. During 1844 a small reorganisation was effected brining forth the Adelaide Mounted Rifle Corps, which, by 1867 was composed of four troops, vis. No. 1 Molong Troop; No. 2 Strathalbyn Troop; No. 3 Adelaide Troop and No. 4 Reedbeds Troop. In 1899 the Adelaide Mounted Rifle Corps had become the South Australian Mounted Rifles and No 3 Adelaide Troop became No. 1 Squadron, together with portion of troops at Yankalilla, Inman Valley and Victor Harbor. By 1901 the No. 1 troop at Adelaide became the active portion of the mounted rifles the remainder being styled the reserves. In the Federal reorganisation of 1903 No. 1 Squadron (active) and No. 2, 4 and 5 Squadrons (reserve) were formed into a regiment styled 16th Australian Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles) with four Squadrons, also an attached squadron designated No. 5 Squadron. At the reorganisation of 1912 Nos. 2, 3 and, 4 Squadrons of the 16th, A.L.H. Regiment, together with No. 4 Squadron of the 17th. A.L.H. Regiment became the 22nd Light Horse (SAMR)  whilst No. 1 Squadron of the 16th formed the nucleus of the 23rd Light Horse (q.v.). The other changes which followed this regiment did not occur until 1918 when the 22nd. Light horse continued as the 3rd Light Horse (South Australian Mounted Rifles) and as such it continued until the Divisional re-organisation of 1921 when part of the 3rd Light Horse Regiment and part of the 30th Light Horse Regiment became designated 3rd Light Horse Regiment (South Australian Mounted Rifles).


Items

History

 

Nominal Roll

 

Regimental Structure 1903 -1920

This section explores the evolution of the Regiment from its first origins as a Commonwealth formation. Each year maps the movement of men and often locations of the various Squadrons and Troops. To get the flavour of the Regiment, it is best to begin the journey at 1903 and follow though each year till 1920.

 

South Australian Mounted Rifles

South Australian Mounted Rifles, June 1903

 

17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, December 1903
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1904 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1905 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1906 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1907 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1908 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1909 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1910 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1911 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, June 1912

 

23rd (Barossa) Australian Light Horse 
23rd Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, December 1912
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1913
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1914
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1915
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1916
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1917
23rd Australian (Barossa) Light Horse, 1918

 

18th Adelaide Lancers Light Horse Regiment
18th Adelaide Lancers Light Horse Regiment, 1919
18th Adelaide Lancers Light Horse Regiment, 1920

 

 

Service in the Great War

17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse, Service in the Great War 

 

Roll of Honour

17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse, Roll of Honour
Lest we forget. 

 

 

Further Reading:

17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse

17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse, Roll of Honour

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 17th/23rd/18th Australian Light Horse, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 8 June 2010 3:09 PM EADT
2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1918
Topic: Militia - LHQ - 13/2

2nd ALH

2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

1918

1st Battalion, Queensland Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
13th (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1927]
2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Morten Light Horse [1927 - 1930]
2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment [1930 - 1941]
2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry)Recce Battalion Morten Light Horse [1942 - 1942]
2nd (AIF) Cavalry Regiment [1942 - 1943]
"A" Squadron, 2nd/14th Queensland Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952]
2nd/14th Queensland Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Forward

March: Soldiers of the Queen

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

District

Southern Queensland

Division

1st Division

Brigade

1st Light Horse Brigade

Honorary Colonel 

His Excellency, the Right Honourable CWA Napier, Baron Lamington, GCMG, GCIE.  

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel RM Stodart, 1 July 1913, Tenure of Command from 26 April 1912 to 25 April 1917, South African War Veteran, Absent on AIF duty.
Temporary Commanding Officer
Captain EJ Gilmore, 16 January 1914.

Staff

Lieutenant TP McSharry, DSO, MC, Honorary Captain, Absent on AIF duty.

Adjutant

Captain HJ Tiddy, 1 October 1917, South African War Veteran, Absent on AIF duty.
Temporary Adjutant
Lieutenant F Butterworth, 1 October 1914.

Quartermaster

Honorary Captain MC Trotter, 18 January 1916, Absent on AIF duty.
Temporary Quartermaster
Lieutenant NM Bell, 1 November 1914.

Medical Officer

Major R MacDonald, Absent on AIF duty.

Captain R Wallace.

Veterinary Officer

Captain S Speer.

Area Officers

Lieutenant DJ Binnie, Honorary Captain, Area Officer, 1 July 1915.
 
 

Machine Gun Section

Brisbane
Captain A Martin, Brevet Major, 1 September 1917, Absent on AIF duty.
 

"A" Squadron, Beenleigh - Hemmant - Beaudesert - Oxley

Captain RS Pitt, 15 February 1915.

Lieutenant AP Struss, 16 January 1914, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant LP Power, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant GWW White, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant LH Pike, 1 October 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant CL Collin, 1 October 1915.
 

"B" Squadron, Ipswich - Lowood - Marburg 

Lieutenant FW Banff, 12 July 1909, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant WJ Handley, 1 February 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant W Patrick, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant F Evans, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant TRU Haines, 1 July 1915.
 

"C" Squadron, Gatton - Winwill - Forest Hill - Laidley

Captain TJ Logan, 12 March 1907, South African War Veteran, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant PA Logan, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant TJ Ford, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

 

 

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Further Reading:

13th/2nd Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse - Queensland

Australian Militia Light Horse

 
Citation: 2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1918

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 5 July 2010 1:58 PM EADT
27th (North Queensland) Australian Light Horse, 1918
Topic: Militia - LHQ - 27/14

14th ALH

14th (North Queensland) Australian Light Horse

1919

Queensland Mounted Infantry [1885 - 1900]
4th Battalion, Queensland Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
15th (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
27th (North Queensland) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
14th (North Queensland) Australian Light Horse [1919 - 1927]
14th (Queensland Mounted Infantry) 14th West Moreton Light Horse [1927 - 1930]
2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment [1930 - 1941]
2nd (Queensland Mounted Infantry)Recce Battalion Morten Light Horse [1942 - 1942]
2nd (AIF) Cavalry Regiment [1942 - 1943]
"A" Squadron, 2nd/14th Queensland Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952]
2nd/14th Queensland Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Forward

March: Soldiers of the Queen

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

 District
North Queensland
Division
1st Division
Brigade
Divisional Mounted Troops
Headquarters
Ayr
Honorary Colonel
Vacant. 
Commanding Officer
Captain A Pott, Temporary Command from 28 August 1914, Absent on AIF duty.
Staff
Captain PM Swanson, Area Officer, 16 August 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant AB Steele, 1 October 1914, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant LS Alexander, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.
Adjutant
Lieutenant J Leahy, 17 December 1914, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant J Dossetto, 1 July 1916.
Quartermaster
Vacant. 
Medical Officer
Captain EJ Savage.
Veterinary Officer
Vacant.
 
 
"A" Squadron, Ayr - Bowen
Captain AR Heron, DSO, 13 September 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant R St C Cheesman, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant HH Betzel, 1 December 1913.

Lieutenant JRH Walker, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant FW MacGibbon, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant CJ Baldey, 1 July 1915.
 
"B" Squadron, Mackay - Townsville
Captain CR Cameron, 13 September 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Captain G Birkbeck, DSO, 16 June 1918, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant G Milne, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant WFJ Koch, 1 June 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant V Keane, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant WF Moyle, 1 June 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant R Barton, 1 January 1918. 
 
 

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Sources

See: 27th Australian Light Horse, Contents

 

Further Reading:

27th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse - Queensland

Australian Militia Light Horse

  
Citation: 27th (North Queensland) Australian Light Horse, 1918

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Friday, 9 July 2010 11:10 AM EADT
1st (Central Queensland) Australian Light Horse, 1918
Topic: Militia - LHQ - 15/1/5

1st ALH

1st (Central Queensland) Australian Light Horse Regiment

1918

Queensland Mounted Infantry [1885 - 1900]
3rd Battalion, Queensland Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
15th (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
1st (Central Queensland) Australian Light Horse [1912 -1 919]
5th (Central Queensland) Australian Light Horse [1919 - 1927]
5th (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Wide Bay & Burnett Light Horse [1927 - 1941]
5th (Queensland Mounted Infantry) Wide Bay & Burnett Motor Regiment [1942 - 1943]
"A" Squadron, 2nd/14th Queensland Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952]
2nd/14th Queensland Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Forward

March: Soldiers of the Queen

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

District

Central Queensland

Division

1st Division

Brigade

1st Light Horse Brigade

Headquarters

Gympie

Honorary Colonel

Vacant. 

Commanding Officer

Major IM Robinson, Tenure of Command from 1 July 1914 to 30 June 1919.

Staff

Captain GE Simcocks, Area Officer Charters Towers, N & MEF service.

Lieutenant EJ Dibdin, 1 July 1915, Area Officer Rockhampton, Absent on AIF duty.

Adjutant

Lieutenant JCTEC Ridley, Brevet Major, DSO, A & I Staff, 1 July 1913, Absent on AIF duty.
Lieutenant RH Burbidge, 16 October 1915.

Quartermaster

Lieutenant T Grace, 10 November 1915.

Medical Officer

Vacant.

Veterinary Officer

Captain GF  Finlay, Absent on AIF duty.
 
 

Machine Gun Section

Bundaberg

Lieutenant WI Rogers, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant JF Barker, 1 July 1915, South African War Veteran, Absent on AIF duty.

 

"A" Squadron, Gympie - Biggenden - Gayndah   

Captain TW Kingel, 1 March 1915.

Lieutenant Leonard Claus Kessels, 16 June 1914, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant Thomas Beswick Fargher, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant Douglas Wallace Rutherford, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant CC Robinson, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant Bernard Mahoney, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant RWP Burrow, 12 July 1915, South African War Veteran.
Lieutenant R Reaney, 1 October 1915.

 

"B" Squadron, Rockhampton - Mount Morgan

Captain BG Patterson

Captain Samuel Alexander Richards, 16 June 1918, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant James McKnight, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant EEG Boyd, Honorary Captain, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

 

"C" Squadron, Kingaroy - Nanango

Capatin Alexander Chisholm, Brevet Major, DSO, 16 June 1918, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant AL Pointon, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant RE Ellwood, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant CP Stumm, MC, 1 July 1915, Absent on AIF duty.

Lieutenant AF Ferris, 1 July 1915.

Lieutenant JS Mickan, 1 October 1915.

 

 

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Sources

See: 15th/1st/5th Australian Light Horse, Contents

 

Further Reading:

15th/1st/5th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse - Queensland

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 1st (Central Queensland) Australian Light Horse, 1918

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Updated: Thursday, 8 July 2010 6:56 PM EADT

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