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Sunday, 26 December 2004
New South Wales Lancers, outline 1895 - 1903
Topic: Militia - LHN - 1/7/1

NSWL

New South Wales Lancers

Outline 1895 - 1903

New South Wales Lancers [1895 - 1903]
1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse [1903-1912]
7th (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse [1912-1919]
1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse [1919-1929]
1/21st Australian Light Horse [1929-1935]
1st (Royal New South Wales Lancers) Light Horse Machine Gun Regiment [1936-1942]
1st (Royal New South Wales Lancers) Armoured Regiment [1942-1948]
1st Royal New South Wales Lancers [1948-1956]
1/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers [1956- ]

[The elephant's head used on the badges is taken from the family crest of Lord Carrington, Governor of New South Wales from 1885 - 1890 and was appointed Honorary Colonel of the Regiment from 1885 until 1928.]

Tenax in fide - Steadfast in Trust

 

 

The New South Wales Lancers Regiment, 21 January 1895.

The following outline details the nature of the New South Wales Lancers Regiment from its inception on 21 January 1895 to the Federal re-organisation of July 1903. Each entry is referenced by the specific Gazettal entry, be it through the NSW Government Gazette or NSW General Orders. The information is extracted from Hanken, JK, Lineage and Officers of the New South Wales Military Forces 1854 - 1903, Sydney 2000, pp. 237-8.

 

Formation:

New South Wales Regiment of Volunteer Cavalry to consist of six troops from:

"A" Troop - Sydney Light Horse;

"B" Troop - Illawarra Light Horse;

"C" Troop - West Camden Light Horse;

"D" Troop - Hunter River Light Horse;

"E" Troop - Richmond River Light Horse; and,

"F" Troop - Murrumbidgee River Light Horse.


All members are to be Partially paid.

Effective from 1 January 1890.

Sources:

NSW Government Gazette 650 p. 8957, 10 February 1889; and,

NSW Government Gazette 116 p. 1783, 28 February 1890.


Formation:

"G" Troop - Lismore

Effective from 6 June 1890.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 302 p. 4491, 6 July 1890.

 

Reconstruction: 

Sydney Troop reconstructed as half troop supernumerary.

Effective from 6 June 1890.

Source: 

NSW Government Gazette 302 p. 4491, 6 July 1890.

 

Reconstruction:  

Sydney half Troop now to be a full Troop.

Effective from 12 February 1891.

Source:  

NSW Government Gazette 106 p. 1263, 12 February 1891.

 

Formation:

"K" Troop - Parramatta

Effective from 2 June 1891.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 331 p. 4066, 2 June 1891.

 

Disbandment:

"F" Troop - Murrumbidgee

Disbanded effective from 3 January 1893.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 3 p. 43, 4 January 1893.

 

The New South Wales Mounted Brigade:

The New South Wales Mounted Brigade was formed to consolidate New South Wales Mounted Regiment and New South Wales Regiment of Volunteer Cavalry and squadron organisation introduced.

Effective from 18 July 1893.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 503 p. 5573, 18 July 1893.

 

Reorganisation   

No. 1 Squadron   
Sydney - 2 divisions   

   
No. 2 Squadron   

Parramatta - 2 divisions   
       
Illawarra - 2 divisions   
       
West Camden - 2 divisions   

   
No. 3 Squadron   

Hunter River - 2 divisions   

   
No. 4 Squadron   

Lismore - 2 divisions   
       
Richmond River - 2 divisions   

Source:

NSW Army & Navy List, 1 January 1894

 


Formation:

Singleton half squadron to complete establishment of No. 3 Squadron.

Effective from 1st January 1894.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 694 p. 6681, 23 October 1893.

 

Transfers:

Cadet Company - Parramatta; and,

Cadet Company - Casino.

Transferred from Senior Cadet Corps.

Effective from 1 January 1894.

Source:

General Order No. 4, 6 January 1894.

 

Regimental Marches approved.

March past at walk - "The Dragoon Guardsman"

March past at trot - "The Cavalier"

March past at gallop - "Bonnie Dundee"

Source:

General Order, 1894

 

Renamed:

The New South Wales Cavalry Regiment to be styled the New South Wales Lancers.

Effective from 12 January 1895. 

Source: 

NSW Government Gazette 49 p. 395, 18 January 1895.

 

Rifle Clubs:

Civilian Rifle Clubs allotted to Regiments.

First consolidated list as of 30th August 1895.

Source:  

General Order No. 17, 30 August 1895.

 

Establishment:

Peace Establishment 1895 - 1896, 4 squadrons, 406 all ranks.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 579 p. 5542, 28 August 1895.

 

War Establishment 1895 - 1894, 4 squadrons. 602 all ranks.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 579 p. 5563, 28 August 1895.

 

Disbandment:

Illawarra Half Squadron,

Effective from 30 June 1896.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette p. 4453, 30 June 1896.

 

Formation:

Berry, Half Squadron to complete Establishment

Effective from 1 July 1896.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette p. 4453, 30 June 1896.

 

Establishment: 

Peace Establishment 1900 approved, 6 squadrons, 638 all ranks.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette p. 5298, 6 July 1900.

 

New Squadron Designations:

No. 1 Squadron - Sydney Squadron

No. 2 Squadron - Parramatta Squadron

No. 3 Squadron - West Camden - Berry Squadron

No. 4 Squadron - Maitland - Singleton Squadron

No. 5 Squadron - Casino - Lismore Squadron

No. 6 Squadron - Richmond - Windsor Squadron (both raised 1 October 1900)

Source:

General Order No. 112, 10 August 1900; and

General Order No. 113, 14 August 1900.

 

Strength:

Strength increased 1900 to 13 half Squadrons with the formation Newcastle Half Squadron of Lancers (Volunteers), totalling 50 all ranks.

Effective from 22 August 1900.

Source:

NSW Government Gazette 812 p. 6559, 22 August 1900.

 

Establishment:  

Peace Establishment 1903 Light Horse Regiments, 4 Squadrons 326 all ranks.

Source:

Commonwealth of Australia Government Gazette 35, p. 387, 25 July 1903.

 

Reorganisation at Federation

No's. 1, 2, 3, and 6 Squadrons to form part 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment (NSW Lancers).

No. 4 Squadron and Newcastle Half Squadron to form part 4th Australian Light Horse Regiment (NSW Lancers)

No. 5 Squadron to form part 5th Australian Light Horse Regiment (NSW Mounted Rifles).

Source:

Commonwealth of Australia Government Gazette 35, p. 396, 25 July 1903 491.    

 

Previous: 1st/7th/1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse

Next: New South Wales Lancers, 1895

 

Further Reading:

1st/7th/1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse

New South Wales Lancers, Boer War Contingent

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: New South Wales Lancers, outline 1895 - 1903

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Thursday, 1 July 2010 2:07 PM EADT
New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1894
Topic: Militia - LHN - 2/9/6

NSWMR

New South Wales Mounted Rifles

1894

New South Wales Mounted Rifles [1888 - 1903]
2nd (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
9th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
6th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1941]
6th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Motor Regiment [1941 - 1943]
6th Australian Armoured Car Regiment [1941 - 1943]
6th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Motor Regiment [1948 - 1949]
6th New South Wales Mounted Rifles [1949 - 1958]
Royal New South Wales Regiment [1958 - 1960]

Toujours pret - Always Ready

March - The Kynegad Slashers

 

Honorary Colonel 
Vacant.
Commanding Officer 
Major HB Lassetter, 12 April 1889.
Adjutant 
Captain HGB Sparrow, 26 October 1887.
Quartermaster 
Second Lieutenant G Bradbury, 14 May 1893.
Medical Officer
Vacant.

Veterinary Officer

Vacant.

Honorary Chaplains

Vacant.
 
 
Number 1, Liverpool - Campbelltown Company.
Captain Commanding, Captain AF Lloyd, 21 March 1892. 


Number 1, Liverpool Half Company.
Captain FW Biden, 16 January 1894.
 
Number 1, Campbelltown Half Company.
Captain AF Lloyd, 21 March 1892. 

Second Lieutenant FJ Broinowski, 13 February 1893.



Number 2, Picton - Camden Company.

Captain Commanding, JM Antill, 19 January 1889.


Number 2, Picton Half Company.
Lieutenant W Larkin, 27 November 1893.

Second Lieutenant GB Forster, 16 January 1894.
 
Number 2, Camden Half Company.
Captain JMM Onslow, 19 February 1892.

Lieutenant AJO Thompson, 19 February 1892.

Second Lieutenant GL Bell, 19 February 1892.
 

Number 3, Bega - Queanbeyan Company.

Captain Commanding, F Bland, 23 October 1888.


Number 3, Bega Half Company.
Captain F Bland, 23 October 1888.
Lieutenant JM Lee, 2 April 1892.

Second Lieutenant CW Thomas, 8 September 1893.
 
Number 3, Queanbeyan Half Company.
Lieutenant HJ Dixie, 9 February 1892.

Second Lieutenant WD Downing, 23 February 1892.
 

Number 4, Tenterfield - Inverell Company.

Captain Commanding, Captain CHE Chauvel, 26 September 1888.


Number 4, Tenterfield Half Company.
Lieutenant CAC Chauvel, 26 September 1888.

Lieutenant JF Thomas, 23 October 1893.
 
Number 4, Inverell Half Company.
Captain AS Menzies, 19 October 1888.

Lieutenant AA McLean, 29 September 1893.  
 
 

Previous: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1893

Next: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1895

 

Further Reading:

2nd/9th/6th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1894

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 2 July 2010 12:10 PM EADT
1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF, Embarkation Roll, 10th Reinforcement
Topic: AIF - 1B - 1 LHFA

1st LHFA, AIF

1st Light Horse Field Ambulance

Embarkation Roll, 10th Reinforcement

 

HMAT A69 Warilda

 

1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF, 10th Reinforcement, embarked from Sydney, New South Wales on board HMAT A69 Warilda on 8 October 1915.

The HMAT A69 Warilda weighed 7,713 tons with an average cruise speed of 16 knots or 29.63 kmph. It was owned by the Adelaide SS Co Ltd, Adelaide, and manned by Australian officers and mainly by Australian crews. The Warilda was torpedoed and sunk by a submarine in the English Channel, 3 August 1918.

The ensuing individual soldier's embarkation information contains the following details:

Rank on embarkation;

Full name of the soldier

Declared age of the soldier;

The last occupation held;

The last address as a civilian;

Enlistment Date; and,

Fate.

 

Finding more about a service person.

See: Navigating the National Archives Service File 

 

Embarkation Roll

 

5576 Private Hector Charles CORNER, a 22 year old Electrician from Breadalbane, New South Wales. He enlisted on 18 May 1915; and at the conclusion of the war Returned to Australia, 13 March 1919.

 

5577 Private George HENDERSON, a 30 year old Wheelwright from Sydney, New South Wales. He enlisted on 25 May 1915; and subsequently Returned to Australia, 12 July 1918.

 

5578 Private William Charles MALCOLM, a 43 year old Labourer from Surrey Hills, Victoria. He enlisted on 8 June 1915; and subsequently Returned to Australia, 23 December 1918.

 

Previous:  9th Reinforcement

Next: 11th Reinforcement

 

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:

1st Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF

1st Australian Light Horse Field Ambulance, Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF, Embarkation Roll, 10th Reinforcement

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 27 March 2010 9:44 AM EADT
Saturday, 25 December 2004
New South Wales Lancers, 1895
Topic: Militia - LHN - 1/7/1

NSWL

New South Wales Lancers

1895

New South Wales Lancers [1895 - 1903]
1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse [1903-1912]
7th (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse [1912-1918]
1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse [1919-1929]
1/21st Australian Light Horse [1929-1935]
1st (Royal New South Wales Lancers) Light Horse Machine Gun Regiment [1936-1942]
1st (Royal New South Wales Lancers) Armoured Regiment [1942-1948]
1st Royal New South Wales Lancers [1948-1956]
1/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers [1956- ]

[The elephant's head used on the badges is taken from the family crest of Lord Carrington, Governor of New South Wales from 1885 - 1890 and was appointed Honorary Colonel of the Regiment from 1885 until 1928.]

Tenax in fide - Steadfast in Trust




Honorary Colonel

The Right Honorable CR Carrington, Baron, PC, GCMG, Lieutenant Colonel Commanding 3rd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 9 February 1886

Major Commanding

Major JJ Walters, 28 April 1894

Staff Officer and Adjutant

Captain GL Lee, 19 December 1892

Quartermaster

First Lieutenant JM  Purves, 8 November 1890 (Honorary Captain, 27 November 1893)
 
 

Number 1, Sydney - Parramatta Squadron

Captain Commanding, Captain J Burns, 17 July 1891

 

Number 1, Sydney Half Squadron
Captain WL Vernon, 17 July 1893
First Lieutenant JH Clark, 17 July 1893
Second Lieutenant FH King, 17 July 1893


Number 1, Parramatta Half Squadron

Captain J Burns, 17 July 1891
Second Lieutenant F Weston, 1 March 1894
Second Lieutenant FH Cox, 11 March 1894




Number 2, Illawarra - West Camden Squadron

Captain Commanding,

 

Number 2, Illawarra Half Squadron

First Lieutenant CE Eglese, 28 March 1892



Number 2, West Camden Half Squadron

First Lieutenant R McEvilly, 1 January 1890
Second Lieutenant RM Graham, 1 January 1890



Number 3, Hunter River - Singleton Squadron

Captain Commanding

 

Number 3, Hunter River Half Squadron
First Lieutenant WC Markwell, 12 June 1891
Second Lieutenant CE Nicholson, 12 June 1891


Number 3, Singleton Half Squadron

First Lieutenant AS Bowman, 1 January 1894
First Lieutenant GH Allan, 1 January 1894
Second Lieutenant RH Dangar, 1 January 1894



Number 4, Richmond River - Lismore Squadron

Captain Commanding, Captain EC Taylor, 17 March 1891

 

Number 4, Richmond River Half Squadron
Captain FG Fannin, 8 August 1892
First Lieutenant CJ McRae, 28 October 1892
Second Lieutenant WE O'Brien, 22 May 1892


Number 4, Lismore Half Squadron

Captain EC Taylor, 17 March 1891
Second Lieutenant F Weston, 1 March 1894
Second Lieutenant FH Cox, 11 March 1894

 

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Further Reading:

1st/7th/1st (New South Wales Lancers) Australian Light Horse

New South Wales Lancers, Boer War Contingent

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: New South Wales Lancers, 1895

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Thursday, 1 July 2010 7:02 PM EADT
New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1895
Topic: Militia - LHN - 2/9/6

NSWMR

New South Wales Mounted Rifles

1895

New South Wales Mounted Rifles [1888 - 1903]
2nd (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
9th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
6th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1941]
6th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Motor Regiment [1941 - 1943]
6th Australian Armoured Car Regiment [1941 - 1943]
6th (New South Wales Mounted Rifles) Motor Regiment [1948 - 1949]
6th New South Wales Mounted Rifles [1949 - 1958]
Royal New South Wales Regiment [1958 - 1960]

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March - The Kynegad Slashers

 

Honorary Colonel 
Vacant.
Commanding Officer 
Major HB Lassetter, 12 April 1889.
Adjutant 
Captain JM Antill, 25 June 1894.
Quartermaster 
Second Lieutenant WA Newman, 14 May 1893.
Medical Officer
Vacant.

Veterinary Officer

Vacant.

Honorary Chaplains

Vacant.
 
 

Number 1, Liverpool - Campbelltown Squadron.

Captain Commanding, Captain AF Lloyd, 21 March 1892.  

 

Number 1, Liverpool Half Squadron.
Captain FW Biden, 16 January 1894.

 

Number 1, Campbelltown Half Squadron.
Captain AF Lloyd, 21 March 1892.  

Second Lieutenant FJ Broinowski, 13 February 1893.
 
Number 2, Picton - Camden Squadron.
Captain Commanding, Vacant.

 

Number 2, Picton Half Squadron.
Lieutenant W Larkin, 27 November 1893.

Second Lieutenant GB Forster, 16 January 1894.


Number 2, Camden Squadron.
Captain JMM Onslow, 19 February 1892.

Lieutenant AJO Thompson, 19 February 1892.

Second Lieutenant GL Bell, 19 February 1892.


 

Number 3, Bega - Queanbeyan  Squadron.

Captain Commanding, F Bland, 23 October 1888.

 

Number 3, Bega Half Squadron.
Captain F Bland, 23 October 1888.

Lieutenant JM Lee, 2 April 1892.

Second Lieutenant CW Thomas, 8 September 1893.


Number 3, Queanbeyan Half Squadron.
Captain HJ Dixie, 9 February 1892.

Second Lieutenant WD Downing, 23 February 1892.

 

Number 4, Tenterfield - Inverell Squadron.

Captain Commanding, Vacant.


Number 4, Tenterfield Half Squadron.
Lieutenant JF Thomas, 23 October 1893.


Number 4, Inverell Half Squadron.
Captain AS Menzies, Honorary Major, 19 October 1888.

Lieutenant AA McLean, 29 September 1893. 

Second Lieutenant CJ Campbell, 23 October 1894.

 

 

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Further Reading:

2nd/9th/6th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1895

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 2 July 2010 1:15 PM EADT

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