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Thursday, 30 December 2004
Australian Horse Uniform, 1897-1912
Topic: Militia - LHN - 3/11/7

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Australian Horse

Australian Horse Uniform, 1897-1912

1st (Volunteer) Australian Horse [1897 - 1903]
1st Australian Horse (Boer War) [1899 - 1901]
3rd (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
11th (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
7th (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1919 - 1935]
7th/21st (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1936-1937]
7th (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1937 - 1942]
7th (Australian Horse) Australian Motor Regiment [1942 - 1943]
7th/21st (Australian Horse) Recce Regiment 1948 - 1949]
7th/21st Australian Horse [1949 - 1957]

Hearth and Home

South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

The right to wear a uniform of green was first bestowed on a British regiment of foot in 1800 when an elite formation of riflemen - the 95th Regiment - was formed to fight as skirmishers, similar to the German "jaegers" and French chasseurs (hunters). More lightly equipped than the slow-moving red-coated Regiments who were armed with muskets, the Riflemen marched at a brisker pace and carried the rifle, a weapon accurate at 400 metres (four times the range of a musket). The "greenjackets" had no colours - no richly embroidered king's and Regimental Colours to rally behind in battle; they were trained to fight in extended order to commands from bugle horn and whistle and to be the first into battle and the last to retire. At the end of the Napoleonic Wars their record was so outstanding that by order of the King the 95th were taken out of the Line and made a separate entity - The Rifle Brigade - an honour granted previously only to the King's household troops, the Brigade of Guards. From that date the green jacket, with its burnished buttons and black leather accoutrements, was more highly esteemed than the scarlet and gold of the Line infantry and was rapidly adopted throughout the Empire by many of the volunteer militia regiments, both mounted and foot, that sprang into being from the 1860s on, particularly by those whose men saw themselves as elite.

[From: The Boys in Green, p. 3. See: Australian Horse, Birth of a Regiment 1897 - The Boys in Green, Part 1]

 

The regimental title, The "First Australian Horse" and the colour of the uniform, "Myrtle Green" (a deep full green - not a Rifle Green), were chosen by Mrs Mackay, the colonel's lady. Immediately the men were enlisted they were measured for their uniforms and an order was sent to Messrs Hobson and sons of London to provide 400 serge jackets, pantaloons, slouch hats, boots, spurs, military bridles, bits, haversacks and other impedimenta of the cavalry soldier, at a total cost of £7,000; this was the total clothing allowance for the Regiment, and it was spent three and a half years in advance! A trumpeter was borrowed from the artillery and a band was formed which was based with the Headquarters' Squadron at Goulburn. Ship after ship arrived from England until eventually the long-awaited uniforms and equipment arrived, before Easter 1898, just in time for some units of the Regiment to receive them prior to their fist nine-day camp and inspection by Major General French.

[From Marrion & Campbell, 1st Australian Horse, Military Modelling, March 1981. See: Australian Horse, History Part 1 ]

 

First Australian Horse Officer's Uniform

 

Officers wore a dress and undress tunic. The dress tunic was "rifle-style" with black collar and cuffs trimmed in black mohair braid around the collar, tunic front and the seams at the rear of the body; cuffs were decorated with a black Austrian knot and in front of the tunic was decorated with five rows of flogging terminating with black net caps and fastening with black olivettes. The undress tunic was cut in the pattern of the cavalry fatigue jacket which resembled a Norfolk jacket with buttoned cuffs and fastened by a single cloth waistbelt. Over this was worn the normal Sam Browne Belt. Breeches were green with two black stripes along the outside seams. Black riding boots, gloves, pouch and shoulders belt, swordbelt and slings were worn with full dress. A black leather sabreatache was also worn. The pouch and sabreatache bore the Regimental badge surrounded by a wreath. The shoulder belt had the normal pickers and chains in silver.

[From Marrion & Campbell, 1st Australian Horse, Military Modelling, March 1981.]

 

Other Ranks tunic.
 
 
Other ranks wore the undress jacket with a black collar; the cuffs were fastened, shirt style, by a single black button. A plain black shoulder belt and green pantaloons were worn with black ankle boots and puttees. NCOs' chevrons were black, senior NCOs having their chevrons surmounted by a black coat-of-arms badge - later changed to brass. The Sergeant Major, however, had the Regimental badge, in guilt, on the right lower sleeve. Khaki drill was worn during the summer months. The normal grey cavalry mantel was worn by all ranks.
 
[From Marrion & Campbell, 1st Australian Horse, Military Modelling, March 1981.] 
 
 

Service Hat, Myrtle Green felt hat, black cock's feather and hat badge .

 

Head-dress: A green slouch hat with the brim bound in black and turned up on the left side on which was placed the Regimental badge. Above this issued a large panache of black cock's feathers falling over the crown of the hat. Around the crown was worn a black puggarree.

Regimental badge: The Australian Arms of an Emu and Kangaroo supporting a shield bearing the Southern Cross with stars; coming from behind the shield is a Waratah plant. Superimposed on the shield is a crossed carbine and sword which is a boomerang bearing the Regimental motto; "For Hearths, & Homes". Above the shield was a scroll bearing the Regiment's title. Originally badges and buttons were black but later changed to yellow metal for other ranks and gilt for officers. On the Regiment being restyled the 3rd Australian Light Horse, the initials "3 ALH" in brass were placed on the shoulder straps of other ranks.

[From Marrion & Campbell, 1st Australian Horse, Military Modelling, March 1981.]

 

Australian Horse Uniform, left Other Rank and right Officer.
 
 

Colonel James Alexander Kenneth Mackay, CB, in full uniform.


Contrasting Uniforms - Australian Horse together with New South Wales Lancers

[Men and NCOs of the Australian Horse in dark green uniform with comrades of the New South Wales Lancers, who wore uniforms of khaki faced with red; date unknown. The men are identified as: Top: Ryan, Byrnes, Warren. Bottom: J. O'Connell, Whitney Howard, Baily, W. Bradford. From: The Boys in Green, p. 7.]

 

 

 

Further Reading:

3rd/11th/7th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: Australian Horse Uniform, 1897-1912

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 3 July 2010 11:45 AM EADT
3rd/11th/7th Australian Light Horse, Great War Service
Topic: Militia - LHN - 3/11/7

3rd/11th/7th ALH

3rd/11th/7th Australian Light Horse

Great War Service

1st (Volunteer) Australian Horse [1897 - 1903]
1st Australian Horse (Boer War) [1899 - 1901]
3rd (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
11th (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
7th (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1919 - 1935]
7th/21st (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1936-1937]
7th (Australian Horse) Australian Light Horse [1937 - 1942]
7th (Australian Horse) Australian Motor Regiment [1942 - 1943]
7th/21st (Australian Horse) Recce Regiment 1948 - 1937]
7th/21st Australian Horse [1949 - 1957]

 Hearth and Home

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

The following list is formed through those men who declared on their Attestation Papers that their previous military service included time spent in the Australian Horse prior to enlistment within the AIF.

Each identified man is identified through the enlistment information provided by the soldier. The number, rank and unit was the first held by that man upon enlistment. This was subject to change as the period of service flowed over many years.

The occupation and address was that given prior to enlistment.

The fate of each man as a consequence of war service is also described. Those who failed to return to Australia due to death have been linked to the Roll of Honour held at the Australian War Memorial. From this group, 17 men failed to return to Australia, some 23% of the men  from the Australian Horse who enlisted. Of note are the 10 men who died as a consequence of service at Gallipoli, some 58% of all the fatal casualties and 14% of the cohort. This statistic is replicated throughout other light horse formations who served at Gallipoli indicating that the Peninsular Campaign created the bulk of all light horse casualties.

Several men are identified as having returned to Australia twice. This occurred due to the man returning to Australia for specific reasons upon which he was generally discharged. Later on, the man re-enlisted and again saw further overseas service and thus was returned to Australia for a second time.

The number of men identified by their declaration on the Attestation Papers was 73 although many more actually served in both the Australian Horse and the AIF. It is interesting to note that 62 men from the Australian Horse formed the nucleus of "B" Squadron, 1st Light Horse Regiment when it was form in August 1914.

 

Australian Horse members who served in the AIF

287 Trooper Oswald Allsopp, formerly a Miller from Murrumburrah, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 18 August 1918.

Lieutenant Colonel John MacLean Arnott, formerly a Manufacturer from Strathfield, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 7th Light Horse Regiment on 17 October 1914 and was allotted to Regimental Headquarters. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 26 May 1919.

 

238 Trooper Charles Rowland Bartholomew, formerly a Cook from Tumut, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 3 February 1915.

Lieutenant William Beck, formerly a Grazier from Orange, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 12th Light Horse Regiment on 12 April 1915 and was allotted to 4th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 23 August 1917.

236 Sergeant William James Benson, formerly a Butcher from Adelong, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 5 April 1919.

239 Shoeing Smith Claude Milton Peter Blakeney, formerly a Stockman Farrier from Sth Gundagai, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 15 October 1915 and again, 13 March 1919.

240 Trooper Joseph Bretherton, formerly a Car driver from Cootamundra, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 9 August 1919.

241 Trooper Paul Alston Broome, formerly a Farmer from Springfield, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 30 August 1918.

242 Trooper Albert Arthur Sydney Cabban, formerly an Orchardist from Batlow, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 26 January 1919.

243 Trooper John Henry Calthorpe, formerly a Pastrycook from Hamiltion, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 4 November 1915.

244 Saddler Roland Mansfield Carr, formerly a Saddler from Tumut, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he died of wounds, 21 November 1915 and was buried at sea.

245 Trooper John Joseph Champion, formerly a Carpenter from Cootamundra, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 3 July 1919.

Second Lieutenant Donald Gordon Cross, formerly a Farmer from Cootamundra, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 6th Light Horse Regiment on 9 October 1914 and was allotted to A Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 7 June 1919.

1166 Trooper Cyril Charles Cuneo, formerly a Clerk from Hunters Hill, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 3 May 1915 and was allotted to 8th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 7 January 1919.

248 Trooper William Cleveland Cunningham, formerly a Labourer from Sharpe Crk, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 13 October 1918.

344 Trooper Frank Albert Davis, formerly a Groom from Grahamstown, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 25 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 1915 and again, 16 January 1919.

51 Driver Roy Davis, formerly a Farmer from Nth Yass, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to Machine Gun Section. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 17 July 1919.

250 Trooper Joseph John Deller, formerly a Carter from Kyron via Cootamundra, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 15 November 1918.

251 Trooper John Dennis, formerly a Labourer from Glenferrie Vic He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 11 March 1916.

252 Trooper Richard Edwards, formerly a Butcher from Newtown, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 21 March 1919.

254 Trooper Harold A. Endicott, formerly a Carter from Tilba Tilba, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 9 September 1916.

255 Trooper William Patrick Eurell, formerly a Motor driver from Tumut, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 27 March 1920.

256 Trooper James Bede Ferguson, formerly a Labourer from Ellerslie Station, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 3 January 1916.

257 Trooper George Frank, formerly a Farmer from Mt Horeb Adelong, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he died of wounds, 10 June 1915.

258 Lance Corporal Albert Mathews Fulton, formerly a Sawyer from Beresford, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 30 August 1918.

259 Trooper Bernard Joseph Gehrig, formerly a Carpenter from Glenisla, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 15 November 1918.

261 Trooper Wallace Glass, formerly a Farmer from Bega, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 18 December 1918.

305 Corporal Stanley Edmund Gregory, formerly a Drover from Harden, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 1915 and again, 13 March 1919.

264 Lance Corporal Clement Wellington Harris, formerly a Bank clerk from Wermatong, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 25 December 1918.

661 Second Lieutenant Geoffrey Hamlyn Laricount Harris, formerly a Grazier from Tumut Plains, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 27 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 13 March 1919.

265 Trooper Hugh Hamlyn Harris, formerly a Stockman from Meragle Sth, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 13 October 1918.

330 Trooper Monaughan Raymond Hayes, formerly a Painter from Cooma, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 23 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 31 July 1915.

308 Trooper George Hills, formerly a Labourer from Crookwell, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he died of wounds, 8 August 1915 and buried at sea.


Captain Thomas Edward William Waddell Irwin, formerly a Farmer from Erinna, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 24 September 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 15 October 1915 and again, 13 March 1919.

266 Trooper Ernest Johnson, formerly a Labourer from Riverdale, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 13 October 1918.

1284 Trooper James Kelleher, formerly a Carter from Waterloo, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 6th Light Horse Regiment on 18 July 1915 and was allotted to 9th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 4 January 1919.

268 Trooper Charles Stanley Kelly, formerly a Labourer from Cootamundra, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 25 November 1918.

310 Lance Corporal James Wilfred Kenny, formerly a Grocer from Crookwell, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 17 September 1915.

270 Trooper Martin Michael Kinnane, formerly a Labourer from Cootamundra, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he died of disease, 19 April 1916.


271 Trooper Patrick Joseph Lenehan, formerly a Labourer from Lacvalse, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 31 October 1917. [See: Beersheba Roll of Honour]

1901 Trooper Joseph Leonard, formerly a Hospital attendant from Kenmore, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 6th Light Horse Regiment on 17 September 1915 and was allotted to 13th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 27 April 1919.

312 Trooper Ernest Minnett Lucas, formerly a Miller from Murrumburrah, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 8 October 1918.

Second Lieutenant Henry Onyx Coghill Maddrell, formerly a Grazier from Mona, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 7th Light Horse Regiment on 14 November 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 15 November 1918.

272 Signaller George Clifton McGregor, formerly a Postal worker from Cooma, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 13 December 1918.

273 Trooper Joseph Lewis McKay, formerly a Labourer from Gidleigh, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 7 August 1915.

2347 Trooper Arthur Clyde Moffit, formerly a Dairy farmer from Springwood, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 4 January 1916 and was allotted to 16th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 12 June 1919.

2348 Trooper Henry Alexander Momsen, formerly a Labourer from Bega, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 February 1916 and was allotted to 16th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 6 May 1919.

1332 Trooper William Nicholls, formerly a Labourer from Bega, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 29 June 1915 and was allotted to 10th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 12 July 1919.

Major Frederick Dudley Weldon Oatley, formerly a Grazier from Umaralla, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 6th Light Horse Regiment on 1 November 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 27 January 1916 and again, 31 July 1918, where he died of disease 28 March 1919.

275 Trooper Wilfred Morris Pearce, formerly a Labourer from Rock Veiw SA He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he died of disease, 5 July 1915.

276 Trooper Arthur Edward Phillips, formerly a Labourer from Wallendbeen, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 28 September 1917.

324 Trooper John Gladstone Pope, formerly a Telegraphist from Harden, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 26 May 1915.


277 Trooper Arthur Richard Quarmby, formerly a Farmer from Sunnyside, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 1 May 1918.

278 Trooper Norman Leslie Quarmby, formerly a Farmer from Sunnyside, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 2 January 1919.

325 Trooper Cecil Gilbert Reading, formerly a Joiner from Forbes, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 11 March 1916.

Second Lieutenant Albert David Reid, formerly a Soldier from Murrumburrah, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 27 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 15 June 1919.

Captain Montague David Russell, from Goulburn, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 6th Light Horse Regiment on 9 October 1914 and was allotted to A Squadron. Embarked from Sydney but disembarked at Perth and declared unfit for further service. Discharged 15 February 1915.

345 Trooper Albert Rutherford, formerly a Miner from Grahamstown, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 23 October 1918.

Major Thomas Lloyd Forster Rutledge, formerly a Grazier from Gidley, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 7th Light Horse Regiment on 14 November 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 23 October 1918.

346 Trooper Richard Scrimgeour, formerly a Clerk from Crookwell, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 16 December 1918.

280 Trooper Emil William Seiler, formerly a Labourer from Wondalga SA He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 29 January 1919.

332 Trooper George Ernest Smith, formerly a Labourer from Umaralla Station, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 23 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 18 December 1918.

281 Trooper Herbert Andrew Bachanan Smith, formerly a Sawmiller from Bald Hills, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 12 December 1915.

282 Trooper Robert Edwin John Smith, formerly a Slaughterman from Cooma, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 7 August 1915.

Captain George Cattell Somerville, formerly a Soldier A&I staff from Nth Sydney, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 6th Light Horse Regiment on 20 November 1914 and was allotted to Regimental Headquarters. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he was discharged, 31 March 1919.

335 Trooper William John Sullivan, also known as William John Cecil Monaghan, formerly a Bank Clerk from Paddington, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 24 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 29 June 1915.


1340 Trooper George Henry Taylor, formerly a Dealer from Tumut, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 20 July 1915 and was allotted to 10th Reinforcements. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 30 August 1918.

283 Corporal Percy Underhill, formerly a Farmer from Rose Hill, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 24 September 1918.

284 Corporal William Beven Ward, formerly a Farmer from Yilgal, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 1915 and again, 12 June 1919.

285 Trooper Robert Henry James White, formerly a Labourer from Halleron Tumut, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he died of wounds, 14 August 1916.

286 Trooper Robert Wise, formerly a Labourer from Adelong, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. During his active service, he was killed in action, 20 May 1915.


347 Driver Frederick Patrick Yeomans, formerly a Labourer from Arramagong, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 22 August 1914 and was allotted to B Squadron. At the conclusion of his overseas service, he returned to Australia on 22 December 1918.

8 Sergeant Bugler Frederick Richard Charles Young, formerly a Plumber from Goulburn, New South Wales. He enlisted in the 1st Light Horse Regiment on 19 August 1914 and was allotted to Regimental Headquarters. During his active service, he was killed in action, 7 August 1915.

 

 

Further Reading:

3rd/11th/7th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: Australian Horse members who served in the AIF

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Sunday, 4 July 2010 12:01 PM EADT
New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1890
Topic: Militia - LHN - 2/9/6

NSWMR

New South Wales Mounted Rifles

1890

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


Headquarters

Sydney
Honorary Colonel 
Vacant.
Commanding Officer 
Major HB Lassetter, 12 April 1889.
Adjutant 
Captain HGB Sparrow, 26 October 1887.
Quartermaster 
Vacant.
Medical Officer
Vacant.

Veterinary Officer

Vacant.

Honorary Chaplains

Vacant.
 
 

Tenterfield Company.

Captain CHE Chauvel, 26 September 1888.
Lieutenant CAC Chauvel, 26 September 1888.

Second Lieutenant TH Tennant, 10 April 1889.
 

Inverell Half Company.

Captain AS Menzies, 19 October 1888.

Lieutenant NH Macdonald, 8 July 1890.

Second Lieutenant FV Wikner, 25 March 1890.
 

Campbelltown Company.

Captain WL Moore, 23 October 1888.  

Lieutenant GB Newman, 19 March 1890.

Second Lieutenant SG Fenton, 19 March 1890.
 
Bega Company.
Captain F Bland, 23 October 1888.

Lieutenant AW Row, 3 June 1889.

Second Lieutenant AEI Given, 3 June 1889.
 
Queanbeyan Half Company.
Captain G Tompsitt, 6 November 1888.
Lieutenant HJ Dixie, 6 November 1888.
Second Lieutenant J Dunlop, 27 May 1890.
 

Picton Company.

Captain JM Antill, 19 January 1889.

Lieutenant DBM Clark, 7 March 1889.

Second Lieutenant F Butler, 7 March 1889.
 
 
Previous: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1889

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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, 1890

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 2 July 2010 10:53 AM EADT
1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF, Embarkation Roll, 6th Reinforcement
Topic: AIF - 1B - 1 LHFA

1st LHFA, AIF

1st Light Horse Field Ambulance

Embarkation Roll, 6th Reinforcement

 

HMAT A65 Clan McEwen

 

1st Light Horse Field Ambulance, AIF, 6th Reinforcement, embarked from Sydney, New South Wales on board HMAT A65 Clan Mcewan 28 May 1915.

The HMAT A65 Clan Macewen weighed 5,140 tons with an average cruise speed of 15 knots or 27.78 kmph. It was owned by the Cayser, Irvin and Co, Glasgow, and leased by the Commonwealth until 14 April 1917.

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

 

4051 Private Theodore Erle CAPES, a 20 year old Labourer from Queanbeyan, New South Wales. He enlisted on 13 April 1915; and at the conclusion of the war Returned to Australia, 26 July 1919.

 

4052 Private Herbert Angus SULLINGS, a 28 year old Loco driver from Newcastle, New South Wales. He enlisted on 13 April 1915; and subsequently Killed in Action, 31 October 1917.

 

4053 Private William WESTLEY, a 39 year old Teamster from Paddington, New South Wales. He enlisted on 6 April 1915; and subsequently Returned to Australia, 22 January 1917.

 

Previous:  5th Reinforcement

Next: 7th 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, 6th Reinforcement

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 27 March 2010 9:34 AM EADT
Wednesday, 29 December 2004
New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1891
Topic: Militia - LHN - 2/9/6

NSWMR

New South Wales Mounted Rifles

1891

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

 South Africa 1899 - 1902



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.
 
 

Inverell Company.

Captain AS Menzies, 19 October 1888.

Lieutenant NH Macdonald, 6 July 1890.

Second Lieutenant FV Wikner, 25 March 1890.
 

Campbelltown Company.

Captain WL Moore, 23 October 1888.  

Lieutenant GB Newman, 19 March 1890.

Second Lieutenant SG Fenton, 19 March 1890.
 

Bega Company.

Captain F Bland, 23 October 1888.

Lieutenant AW Row, 3 June 1889.

Second Lieutenant AEI Given, 3 June 1889.
 
Picton Company.
Captain JM Antill, 19 January 1889.

Lieutenant DBM Clark, 7 March 1889.

Second Lieutenant F Butler, 7 March 1889.
 
Queanbeyan Company.
Captain G Tompsitt, 6 November 1888.

Lieutenant HJ Dixie, 6 November 1888.

Second Lieutenant J Dunlop, 27 May 1890.
 
Tenterfield Company.
Captain CHE Chauvel, 26 September 1888.

Lieutenant CAC Chauvel, 26 September 1888.
 
 

Previous: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1890

Next: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1892

 

Further Reading:

2nd/9th/6th Australian Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, New South Wales

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 1891

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Updated: Friday, 2 July 2010 11:55 AM EADT

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