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Saturday, 21 May 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, Gallipoli Album, May 1915
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

Gallipoli Album, May 1915

 

Leaders who died at the Dardanelles

 

Welcome to the Gallipoli Album, May 1915.

As casualties lists from the Gallipoli Campaign became known in Australia from early May 1915, it became a practice to publish a photograph of individuals. These photographs were supplied by the families of the person on the casualty list. There were few photographs published in relation to the number of casualties listed. To give the extent of the human tragedy that unfolded, the photographs were extracted from the various newspapers and placed in this album. Each photograph is clearly identified to an individual and brief details are given as a short biography.

 

The evolving photograph album of the Australian Roll of Honour at Gallipoli is now available on the Australian Light Horse Studies Centre Site at:

Gallipoli Album, May 1915

 

For a comprehensive listing of photographs in the album, see:

Gallipoli Album, May 1915, Contents 

 

Finding more about a service person.

See: Navigating the National Archives Service File 

 

 

Sources Used:

Sydney Mail, May 1915 editions.

Sydney Morning Herald, May 1915 editions.

National Archives Service File.

Embarkation Roll, AWM8.

Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour

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

 

Further Reading:

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, Gallipoli Album, May 1915

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 23 May 2011 9:29 AM EADT
Friday, 20 May 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, Gallipoli Album, May 1915, Contents
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums
 

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

Gallipoli Album, May 1915, Contents

 

The evolving photograph album of the Australian Roll of Honour at Gallipoli is now available on the Australian Light Horse Studies Centre Site at:

Gallipoli Album

 

Finding more about a service person.

See: Navigating the National Archives Service File 

 

The following lists the photographs that are available. Part A are the listings of the photographs on each page of the album while Part B following below Part A is an alphabetical listing of the men named in photographs.

 

PART A: Photograph Listing per  Album Page

Page 1: 

The Four Horsemen

Francis Duncan IRVINE

Astley John Onslow THOMPSON

Henry Normand MacLAURIN

Andrew George CHRISTIAN

Andrew George CHRISTIAN

Lieutenant Patrick Sinclair ANDERSON

Joseph Neal FEENEY

Leslie James HEMPTON

Arthur CHAMPION

 

Page 2:  

George STEEN

John Huon HOOKE

Frank Ulrie DUNT, studio portrait

Frank Ulrie DUNT

Gallipoli grave of Henry St. Elroy D'ALTON 

Henry St. Elroy D'ALTON

Christmas Dinner 1914 of the 7th Battalion Machine Gun Section at Mena Camp

Stanley John GOULDING

Informal portrait of 47 Private Thomas Anderson WHYTE

Thomas Anderson WHYTE

 

Page 3:  

Wilfred Victor KNIGHT

Frederick Allen DOODSON

Arthur Wilfred TANSLEY

Allan Robert OLLEY

Leonard George SPROSTON

Percy Albert TIPPETT

Eric Douglas MARTIN

Henry Dawson TUTT

Arthur Ernest ROGERS

George Clarence CAVANAGH

 

Page 4:   

Thomas TURNBULL

George STRAKER

Arthur John PHILLIPS

Edwin Bennett SPARGO

Alan Dudley HENDERSON

Alan Dudley HENDERSON

Ross Campbell DAWSON

Stanley Gladstone GILMOUR

Roy Cranbrook KERSHAW

Robert William Laws CHAMBERS

 

Page 5: 

Sydney Footballers in the land of Pharaoh

Sydney James Broughton LE SERVE

A Medicine Man from the Sudanese Bush

Earl Haddon Simpson CHAPMAN

DAVIDSON & DUCHESNE

William DAVIDSON

William Sydney DUCHESNE

William Sydney DUCHESNE

Stanley Robert CLOSE

Alan Douglas Gibb DAWSON

 

Page 6:  

Albert Richard HEIGHWAY

Erle Finlayson Denton FETHERS

Charles George GORDON

John William HAMILTON

Blair Inskip SWANNELL

George Lewis Blake CONCANON

John Edwin SERGEANT's Gallipoli Grave

John Edwin SERGEANT

Eric Wilkes TALBOT-SMITH

Eric Wilkes TALBOT-SMITH

 

Page 7:  

William Frederick HODGSON

William Ross HOGGART

Sinclair, Watkins, and Forsythe

Hugh Henry SINCLAIR

Harold Thomas WATKINS

Harold Thomas WATKINS

William Alfred FORSYTHE

Maurice Leslie McLEOD

Rupert Sunderland BARRETT

Clement Frederick Wills LANE

 

Page 8:   

Muir Paul SMITH

William Leighton STRACHAN

Herbert Edwin WILLIAMS at the window

Herbert Edwin WILLIAMS

Frederick Gladstone WILSON

9th Battalion Officers

Sydney Beresford ROBERTSON

James Campbell ROBERTSON

'Crossing the Line'

John Mitchell DOUGALL

 

Page 9:

John Alexander MILNE

John Leaper FISHER

Walter Byron James PATTISON

Henry Cavendish HARVEY

Isaac JACKSON

Frank Granville HAYMEN

Joseph William COSTIN

Lancelot Fox CLARKE

Ivie BLEZARD

Harold Edward "Pompey" ELLIOTT

 

Page 10:

Clive Emerson CONNELLY

Clive Emerson CONNELLY Studio Portrait

Robert Pearce FLOCKART

Ralph Carlyle Geoffrey PRISK

Consett Carre RIDDELL

Frank Oswald ROGERS

John ADAMS

Group portrait of officers of the 3rd Battalion

John Carandini or Carandine WILSON

George Edward McDONALD

 

Page 11:

Captain Ronald BURNS

Leer, Cowey, and Howell-Price

Captain Charles Edward LEER

Lieutenant Robert Orlando COWEY

Owen Glendower HOWELL-PRICE

Charles Hazell ELLIOTT

John Foulkes RICHARDSON

John Gordon Theo HANBY

Thomas Leonard CADELL

Archibald (Jnr) DOUGLAS

 

Page 12:

George Guyath GARDINER

Harold Edmund BUTLER

Henry Cook STARK, Studio Portrait

Henry Cook STARK

Frederick George SMITH

William Arthur HARLEY

Cecil NEWSOME

Ernest JACKSON

Frederick ABBEY

Alfred BROWN

 

Page 13: 

Broadmeadows Camp, Victoria 1914

Charles Gustus GREENHAM

Carl Wilhelm JANSSEN, Studio Portrait

Carl Wilhelm JANSSEN

Vincent Alexander STACH

Philip Sydney Soane WOODFORDE

Group portrait of 15th Battlion officers

Thomas ROBERTSON

John Francis WALSH

John Francis WALSH

 

Page 14:

George THOMAS

lrwin Robert SPREADBOROUGH

Andrew Arthur ANDERSON

Alan Percy Hamilton ADAIR

A Studio Portrait of Alan David MITCHELL

Alan David MITCHELL

Harold Fimister PATON

Lionel George Fuller BURTON

Frank Roper CLUETT

Harry Edward SMITH

 

Page 15:

Frederick Joseph BAYLISS

Hugh Ross CROSS

Bertram John YOUNG

Gilbert Leslie THOMPSON

Frank Thomas WRIGHT

Edwin Harold CHEAL

James Francis HOEY aka Percy SMITH

John Powe ROBERTS

William Roy HODGSON, Studio Portrait

William Roy HODGSON

 

Page 16:

Clive Neilson Reynolds HUNTLEY, Gallipoli Grave

Clive Neilson Reynolds HUNTLEY

Malcolm St John LAMB

James Campbell STEWART

Stephen McDERMOTT

Harry FARGUSON

Samuel William MARSHALL

Frederick Charles BARTLETT

Harold EDWARDS

Bathing to the Accompaniment of Bursting Shells - RH Moppett Illustration

 

Page 17:

Colonel James Gordon LEGGE, C.M.Q..

Major-General Sir William Throsby BRIDGES, K.C.B.

10th Infantry Battalion Officers at Mena Camp, Christmas 1914

Edward Castle OLDHAM

Trevor OWEN SMYTHE

Alfred JACKSON

Ernest Samuel BROWN

Ernest Samuel BROWN

Charles Melville MACNAGHTEN

Group portrait of the original officers of the 10th Battalion prior to leaving Adelaide

 

Page 18:

Keith Eddowes GREEN

Keith Eddowes GREEN 

John Willoughby Butler BEAN 

Sydney Raymond HALL 

Ross Blyth JACOB

Robert Eccles SNOWDEN

Stewart MILSON

Stewart MILSON

Douglas Stephen FREEMAN

John Henry PECK

 

Page 19:

Clifford Russell RICHARDSON

Eric William TULLOCH

David McFie McCONAGHY

David McFie McCONAGHY

Kenneth John HINDE

William Christian BEEKEN

Roland Macdonald YOUNG

Roland Macdonald YOUNG

Gordon Albert MUNRO

Thomas James FLEMING

 

Page 20:

Arthur Reginald KEMPSHALL

George LOCKHART

Raymond PITTER

Alexander McLEOD

Eli COLES

Leslie Peter CONNELL

Roy BAKER

Herbert POYNTER

Harold Lloyd VAUGHAN

Hector DE TUETEY

 

Page 21:

Sampson Burton GADD

Edward NEWBERY

William Scott CURTIS

Edmund Joseph GANDY

William James AUSTIN

Edward James LAMING

Alfred Clarington WEBB

Herbert Stuart NAIRNE

Albert Daniel SOMERS

Alfred Harper WHALAN

 

Page 22:

Robert MEREDITH

Edward John PALMER

Archibald Henry REYNOLDS

Archibald Henry REYNOLDS, Letter, 20 March 1967

James Dundee BOSTOCK

Thomas Terance RODGERS

Athol George COUGHLAN

Adam Dunlop ARNOLD

Thomas Barry SULLIVAN

Thomas Barry SULLIVAN

 

Page 23:

Reginald SALMON

James Aaron LACKENBY

Alexander Peter IMLAY

Francis Duncan IRVINE

Joseph Peter LALOR

Joseph Peter LALOR

James Wallace ROSS

Henry Normand MacLAURIN

Leslie John WATERS

Donald Andrew STRANG

 

Page 24:

James John COOK

Alfred Edward STEELE

John Edward PATTERSON

Aubrey SEARS

Alan WILSON

William JARRETT

Richard HILLIER

Ernest MITCHELL

John LINCOLN

Herbert Stanley MASCORD

 

Page 25:

Arthur Willis DUNNE

William Henry GORDON

William Edward SCOLLIN

John GRAHAM

(l) Herbert Edwin Williams and (r) Albert George McGuire

Albert George McGUIRE

Sydney John Flemming BEWICKE

William Livingstone Hatchwell BURGESS

Alexander Peter IMLAY

Lewis Wibmer JEFFRIES

 

Page 26:

Australian officers in Martyn's Lane

Walter Ernest DEXTER

Roy Victor CUTLER

Thomas HASTIE

James Herbert MIRAMS

James Herbert MIRAMS

Cecil Henry FOOTT

Three Officers from the 11th Battalion

David Henderson MACDONALD

David Henderson MACDONALD

 

Page 27:

James Samuel DENTON

Anthony Purdon Hagarty CORLEY

George Sydney COOK

George Sydney COOK

Harold Holmes WALKER

13th Battalion officers playing polo

Francis Maxwell BARTON

Francis Maxwell BARTON

William James Ellery PHILLIPS

Edward TWYNAM

 

Page 28:

Leslie Edward TILNEY

Leslie Edward TILNEY, Blackboy Hill, WA, 1914

Leslie Edward TILNEY

Richard Thomas Francis SELDON

Joseph STRATFORD

Duncan CHAPMAN

Duncan CHAPMAN

Duncan CHAPMAN

William Vivian KEATS

William Vivian KEATS

 

Page 29:

Francis Henry HAMESTER

Leslie John BIRKETT

Leslie John BIRKETT - Father's letter, 5 May 1919

Leslie John BIRKETT - Mother's letter, 23 January 1922

Geoffrey Allison Congdon PRESTON

James MURRAY

Herbert FROOME

Roland David NEWITT

William Charles BOWKER

Herbert Leslie CONSTABLE

 

Page 30:

Walter Stanley LEDWIDGE

Stuart Davidson Horwood BURGESS

Douglas Bastow GOSS

Albert Edward CAMPBELL

Albert Edward CAMPBELL's grave

Albert Edward CAMPBELL - Mother's Letter, 12 November 1916

Robert Keese LAMBERT

Robert Keese LAMBERT - Father's letter, 22 May 1915

Robert Keese LAMBERT - Mother's letter, 18 November 1915

Cecil George MURRAY

 

Page 31:

Tasman SMITH

Sidney James WYNNE

William James GOWANS

William George CURWEN

Rodney CHERRY

Arthur Ruddick STAFFORD

Signalling Class at Work

Shooting from the Trenches

The High Commissioner for Egypt and the OC British Forces

A Contingent for the Front from the Northern Territory

 

Page 32:

John Anderson GILRUTH

John Anderson GILRUTH

David John Davies BEVAN

Robert James LEWIS

Robert McNeil Crawford McKENZIE

Robert McNeil Crawford McKENZIE

Kennedy Adams ROBINSON

John Huntley COLLINS

James Robertson MUNRO

Douglas LESLIE

 

Page 33:

Chums

Inspection at Romsey

Hider Stanley Filmer BROOME

Hider Stanley Filmer BROOME - Father's Telegram, 5 May 1915

Herbert William PREBBLE

James George ALLEN

Robert KING

Cyril Hornibrook CULLEY

At the Double

John Arnold Cuthbert QUILTER

 

Page 34:

Charles ROSENTHAL

Charles ROSENTHAL - letter 8 July 1915

Hubert Coombs WILLIAMS

Hubert Coombs WILLIAMS - Hazel Edwards' letter, 22 September 1915

Reginald Charles HAYDEN

William Henry VICK

George William COLUMBUS

Alexander McLENNAN

Richard Alexander JARMAN

Richard Alexander JARMAN

 

Page 35:

Dorrian Henry POTTS

Clive Henry MARCUSEN

Ernest Edward GODFREY

Thomas William MOORE

Motor Car in the Fom of HMAS Sydney

Alas, Poor Yorick

Robert Haylock OWEN

Robert Haylock OWEN - Close-up

William MOORE

Two Heroes of the Dardanelles

 

Page 36:

Clifford Vernon LOVE

Clifford Vernon LOVE

Victor John PINKSTONE

Albert John BYRNE

Robert James Mansfield HOOPER

Mervyn James HERBERT

Colin BAYLY

Colin BAYLY

 

 

PART B: Alphabetical Listing:

10th Infantry Battalion Officers at Mena Camp, Christmas 1914

13th Battalion officers playing polo

9th Battalion Officers

 

A Contingent for the Front from the Northern Territory

A Medicine Man from the Sudanese Bush

Frederick ABBEY

Alan Percy Hamilton ADAIR

John ADAMS

Alas, Poor Yorick

James George ALLEN

Andrew Arthur ANDERSON

Lieutenant Patrick Sinclair ANDERSON

Adam Dunlop ARNOLD

At the Double

William James AUSTIN

Australian officers in Martyn's Lane

 

Roy BAKER

Rupert Sunderland BARRETT

Frederick Charles BARTLETT

Francis Maxwell BARTON

Francis Maxwell BARTON

Bathing to the Accompaniment of Bursting Shells - RH Moppett Illustration

Frederick Joseph BAYLISS

John Willoughby Butler BEAN 

William Christian BEEKEN

David John Davies BEVAN

Sydney John Flemming BEWICKE

Leslie John BIRKETT

Leslie John BIRKETT - Father's letter, 5 May 1919

Leslie John BIRKETT - Mother's letter, 23 January 1922

Ivie BLEZARD

James Dundee BOSTOCK

William Charles BOWKER

Major-General Sir William Throsby BRIDGES, K.C.B.

Broadmeadows Camp, Victoria 1914

Hider Stanley Filmer BROOME

Hider Stanley Filmer BROOME - Father's Telegram, 5 May 1915

Alfred BROWN

Ernest Samuel BROWN

Ernest Samuel BROWN

Stuart Davidson Horwood BURGESS

William Livingstone Hatchwell BURGESS

Captain Ronald BURNS

Lionel George Fuller BURTON

Harold Edmund BUTLER

Albert John BYRNE

 

Thomas Leonard CADELL

Albert Edward CAMPBELL

Albert Edward CAMPBELL - Mother's Letter, 12 November 1916

Albert Edward CAMPBELL's grave

George Clarence CAVANAGH

Robert William Laws CHAMBERS

Arthur CHAMPION

Duncan CHAPMAN

Duncan CHAPMAN

Duncan CHAPMAN

Earl Haddon Simpson CHAPMAN

Edwin Harold CHEAL

Rodney CHERRY

Andrew George CHRISTIAN

Andrew George CHRISTIAN

Christmas Dinner 1914 of the 7th Battalion Machine Gun Section at Mena Camp

Chums

Lancelot Fox CLARKE

Stanley Robert CLOSE

Frank Roper CLUETT

Eli COLES

John Huntley COLLINS

George William COLUMBUS

George Lewis Blake CONCANON

Leslie Peter CONNELL

Clive Emerson CONNELLY

Clive Emerson CONNELLY Studio Portrait

Herbert Leslie CONSTABLE

George Sydney COOK

George Sydney COOK

James John COOK

Anthony Purdon Hagarty CORLEY

Joseph William COSTIN

Athol George COUGHLAN

Lieutenant Robert Orlando COWEY

Hugh Ross CROSS

Crossing the Line'

Cyril Hornibrook CULLEY

William Scott CURTIS

William George CURWEN

Roy Victor CUTLER

 

Henry St. Elroy D'ALTON

Gallipoli grave of Henry St. Elroy D'ALTON 

William DAVIDSON

DAVIDSON & DUCHESNE

Alan Douglas Gibb DAWSON

Ross Campbell DAWSON

Erle Finlayson Denton FETHERS

James Samuel DENTON

Walter Ernest DEXTER

Frederick Allen DOODSON

John Mitchell DOUGALL

Archibald (Jnr) DOUGLAS

William Sydney DUCHESNE

William Sydney DUCHESNE

DAVIDSON & DUCHESNE

Arthur Willis DUNNE

Frank Ulrie DUNT

Frank Ulrie DUNT, studio portrait

 

Harold EDWARDS

Charles Hazell ELLIOTT

Harold Edward "Pompey" ELLIOTT

 

Harry FARGUSON

Joseph Neal FEENEY

John Leaper FISHER

Thomas James FLEMING

Robert Pearce FLOCKART

Cecil Henry FOOTT

William Alfred FORSYTHE

Douglas Stephen FREEMAN

Herbert FROOME

 

Sampson Burton GADD

Edmund Joseph GANDY

George Guyath GARDINER

Stanley Gladstone GILMOUR

John Anderson GILRUTH

John Anderson GILRUTH

Ernest Edward GODFREY

Charles George GORDON

William Henry GORDON

Douglas Bastow GOSS

Stanley John GOULDING

William James GOWANS

John GRAHAM

Keith Eddowes GREEN

Keith Eddowes GREEN 

Charles Gustus GREENHAM

Group portrait of 15th Battlion officers

Group portrait of officers of the 3rd Battalion

Group portrait of the original officers of the 10th Battalion prior to leaving Adelaide

 

Sydney Raymond HALL 

Francis Henry HAMESTER

John William HAMILTON

John Gordon Theo HANBY

William Arthur HARLEY

Henry Cavendish HARVEY

Thomas HASTIE

Reginald Charles HAYDEN

Frank Granville HAYMEN

Albert Richard HEIGHWAY

Leslie James HEMPTON

Alan Dudley HENDERSON

Alan Dudley HENDERSON

Richard HILLIER

Kenneth John HINDE

William Frederick HODGSON

William Roy HODGSON

William Roy HODGSON, Studio Portrait

James Francis HOEY aka Percy SMITH

William Ross HOGGART

John Huon HOOKE

Robert James Mansfield HOOPER

Owen Glendower HOWELL-PRICE

Clive Neilson Reynolds HUNTLEY

Clive Neilson Reynolds HUNTLEY, Gallipoli Grave

 

Alexander Peter IMLAY

Alexander Peter IMLAY

Inspection at Romsey

Francis Duncan IRVINE

Francis Duncan IRVINE

 

Alfred JACKSON

Ernest JACKSON

Isaac JACKSON

Ross Blyth JACOB

Carl Wilhelm JANSSEN

Carl Wilhelm JANSSEN, Studio Portrait

Richard Alexander JARMAN

Richard Alexander JARMAN

William JARRETT

Lewis Wibmer JEFFRIES

 

William Vivian KEATS

William Vivian KEATS

Arthur Reginald KEMPSHALL

Roy Cranbrook KERSHAW

Robert KING

Wilfred Victor KNIGHT

 

James Aaron LACKENBY

Joseph Peter LALOR

Joseph Peter LALOR

Malcolm St John LAMB

Robert Keese LAMBERT

Robert Keese LAMBERT - Father's letter, 22 May 1915

Robert Keese LAMBERT - Mother's letter, 18 November 1915

Edward James LAMING

Clement Frederick Wills LANE

Sydney James Broughton LE SERVE

Walter Stanley LEDWIDGE

Leer, Cowey, and Howell-Price

Charles Edward LEER

Colonel James Gordon LEGGE, C.M.Q..

Douglas LESLIE

Robert James LEWIS

John LINCOLN

George LOCKHART

Clifford Vernon LOVE

Clifford Vernon LOVE

 

David Henderson MACDONALD

David Henderson MACDONALD

Henry Normand MacLAURIN

Henry Normand MacLAURIN

Charles Melville MACNAGHTEN

Clive Henry MARCUSEN

Samuel William MARSHALL

Eric Douglas MARTIN

Herbert Stanley MASCORD

David McFie McCONAGHY

David McFie McCONAGHY

Stephen McDERMOTT

George Edward McDONALD

Albert George McGUIRE

(l) Herbert Edwin Williams and (r) Albert George MCGUIRE

Robert McNeil Crawford McKENZIE

Robert McNeil Crawford McKENZIE

Alexander McLENNAN

Alexander McLEOD

Maurice Leslie McLEOD

Robert MEREDITH

John Alexander MILNE

Stewart MILSON

Stewart MILSON

James Herbert MIRAMS

James Herbert MIRAMS

A Studio Portrait of Alan David MITCHELL

Alan David MITCHELL

Ernest MITCHELL

Thomas William MOORE

William MOORE

Motor Car in the Fom of HMAS Sydney

Gordon Albert MUNRO

James Robertson MUNRO

Cecil George MURRAY

James MURRAY

 

Herbert Stuart NAIRNE

Edward NEWBERY

Roland David NEWITT

Cecil NEWSOME

 

Edward Castle OLDHAM

Allan Robert OLLEY

Robert Haylock OWEN

Robert Haylock OWEN - Close-up

 

Edward John PALMER

Harold Fimister PATON

John Edward PATTERSON

Walter Byron James PATTISON

John Henry PECK

Arthur John PHILLIPS

William James Ellery PHILLIPS

Victor John PINKSTONE

Raymond PITTER

Dorrian Henry POTTS

Herbert POYNTER

Herbert William PREBBLE

Geoffrey Allison Congdon PRESTON

Ralph Carlyle Geoffrey PRISK

 

John Arnold Cuthbert QUILTER

 

Archibald Henry REYNOLDS

Archibald Henry REYNOLDS, Letter, 20 March 1967

Clifford Russell RICHARDSON

John Foulkes RICHARDSON

Consett Carre RIDDELL

John Powe ROBERTS

James Campbell ROBERTSON

Sydney Beresford ROBERTSON

Thomas ROBERTSON

Kennedy Adams ROBINSON

Thomas Terance RODGERS

Arthur Ernest ROGERS

Frank Oswald ROGERS

Charles ROSENTHAL

Charles ROSENTHAL - letter 8 July 1915

James Wallace ROSS

 

Reginald SALMON

William Edward SCOLLIN

Aubrey SEARS

Richard Thomas Francis SELDON

John Edwin SERGEANT

John Edwin SERGEANT's Gallipoli Grave

Shooting from the Trenches

Signalling Class at Work

Hugh Henry SINCLAIR

Sinclair, Watkins, and Forsythe

Frederick George SMITH

Harry Edward SMITH

Muir Paul SMITH

Tasman SMITH

Trevor OWEN SMYTHE

Robert Eccles SNOWDEN

Albert Daniel SOMERS

Edwin Bennett SPARGO

lrwin Robert SPREADBOROUGH

Leonard George SPROSTON

Vincent Alexander STACH

Arthur Ruddick STAFFORD

Henry Cook STARK

Henry Cook STARK, Studio Portrait

Alfred Edward STEELE

George STEEN

James Campbell STEWART

William Leighton STRACHAN

George STRAKER

Donald Andrew STRANG

Joseph STRATFORD

Thomas Barry SULLIVAN

Thomas Barry SULLIVAN

Blair Inskip SWANNELL

Sydney Footballers in the land of Pharaoh

 

Eric Wilkes TALBOT-SMITH

Eric Wilkes TALBOT-SMITH

Arthur Wilfred TANSLEY

The Four Horsemen

The High Commissioner for Egypt and the OC British Forces

George THOMAS

Astley John Onslow THOMPSON

Gilbert Leslie THOMPSON

Three Officers from the 11th Battalion

Leslie Edward TILNEY

Leslie Edward TILNEY

Leslie Edward TILNEY, Blackboy Hill, WA, 1914

Percy Albert TIPPETT

Hector DE TUETEY

Eric William TULLOCH

Thomas TURNBULL

Henry Dawson TUTT

Two Heroes of the Dardanelles

Edward TWYNAM

 

Harold Lloyd VAUGHAN

William Henry VICK

 

Harold Holmes WALKER

John Francis WALSH

John Francis WALSH

Leslie John WATERS

Harold Thomas WATKINS

Harold Thomas WATKINS

Alfred Clarington WEBB

Alfred Harper WHALAN

Thomas Anderson WHYTE

Informal portrait of 47 Private Thomas Anderson WHYTE

Herbert Edwin WILLIAMS

Hubert Coombs WILLIAMS

Herbert Edwin WILLIAMS at the window

Hubert Coombs WILLIAMS - Hazel Edwards' letter, 22 September 1915

(l) Herbert Edwin WILLIAMS and (r) Albert George McGuire

Alan WILSON

Frederick Gladstone WILSON

John Carandini or Carandine WILSON

Philip Sydney Soane WOODFORDE

Frank Thomas WRIGHT

Sidney James WYNNE

 

Bertram John YOUNG

Roland Macdonald YOUNG

Roland Macdonald YOUNG

 

Sources Used:

Sydney Mail, May 1915 editions.

Sydney Morning Herald, May 1915 editions.

Melbourne Argus, May 1915 editions.

The Adelaide Chronicle, May 1915 editions.

National Archives Service File.

Embarkation Roll, AWM8.

Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour

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

 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, Gallipoli Album, May 1915, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 11:23 PM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 13 July 2011 11:08 PM EADT
Thursday, 12 May 2011
Australian Imperial Forces, Marching Songs, Contents
Topic: AIF - Marching Songs

Australian Imperial Forces

Marching Songs

Contents

 

 

Items

The quest for an authentic Australian marching song

It's a Long Way to Tipperary, It's a long way to France

For an Empire Beloved - EA Henty 

Finding the Australian National Song 

Marching Song of the AIF, September 1914 

Marching Song of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade 

 

 

 

Further Reading:

AIF Marching Songs

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Imperial Forces, Marching Songs, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 4:57 PM EADT
Updated: Friday, 13 May 2011 7:39 AM EADT
3rd Light Horse Brigade, AIF, Marching Song of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade
Topic: AIF - Marching Songs

3rd LH Bde, AIF

3rd Light Horse Brigade, AIF

Marching Song: "ANZAC, 20th December 1915"

 

3rd LH Bde, AIF, practicing in the Egyptian desert, January 1916.

[Click on picture to play movie clip to the singing of John Thompson]

 

In an effort to rebuild the 3rd Light Horse Brigade after the withdrawal from Gallipoli in December 1915, the GOC, Brigadier General Antill turned to music to assist in the bonding process. Selecting the music to the popular American Civil War tune, "Marching through Georgia", was the easy part. To play the tune, the 8th Light Horse Regiment band was reconstituted and began rehearsing on 12 January 1916. Within in two days, the band gave their first performance. To generate additional enthusiasm, on 16 January 1916, Antill announced a competition for an aspiring poet within the Brigade to put words to the tune which were distinctly Australian. As an added incentive, a prize of one guinea [£1/1/- or about USD500] was offered for the best entry. The prize was claimed a week later. There is no record of the name of the man who collected the prize but his lyrics are recorded below.

 

3rd LH Bde, AIF, practicing in the Egyptian desert, January 1916.

[Click on picture to play movie clip to the singing of John Thompson]

 

 

Marching Song of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade

[Sung to the tune of “Marching through Georgia]

 

ANZAC, 20th December 1915


Verse 1.
We’re horsemen from Australia of the good old British breed,
We rallied to the colours when we heard the Empire’s need,
You bet we’re out to play the game, and if we don’t succeed,
We’ll join our mates who took the count before us.


Chorus.
We are, we are, the Third Light Horse Brigade.
We face the odds with ne’er a man afraid,
We lost our gallant comrades and there’s many a score unpaid,
Undaunted still we’re out for what’s before us.


Verse 2.
Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, and Signallers, Field Ambulance and Train
We did our bit at Anzac, where we’d like to go again,
For though we got it in the NEK, we’ll fight with might and main,
To square our mates who took the count before us.


Chorus.

Verse 3.
Send the news to Kitchener, tell Birdwood with a snap,
Say that we Australian boys are busting for a scrap.
We want to tackle Germany and wipe her off the Map,
Then toast our mates who took the count before us.


Chorus.

 

3rd LH Bde, AIF, having lunch in the Egyptian desert, January 1916.

[Click on picture to play movie clip to the singing of John Thompson]

 

 

Or view the clip on Youtube.

  


 

 

Further Reading:

AIF Marching Songs

3rd Light Horse Brigade, AIF

3rd Light Horse Brigade, Roll of Honour  

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 3rd Light Horse Brigade, AIF, Marching Song of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Thursday, 12 May 2011 10:06 AM EADT
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
AIF Headquarters, 3rd Echelon, James Whiteside McCAY
Topic: AIF - HQ - 3rd Echelon

AIF Headquarters

3rd Echelon

James Whiteside McCAY

 

The Honorable Sir James Whiteside McCay, KCMG, KBE, CB, VD.

 



James Whiteside McCAY Military Biography

Date of Birth: 21 December 1864.

Lieutenant: 29 October 1886.

4th Infantry Battalion (Victoria), 29 October 1886.


Captain: 8 March 1889.

4th Infantry Battalion (Victoria), 8 March 1889.


Major: 13 March 1896.

4th Infantry Battalion (Victoria), 13 March 1896.


Lieutenant Colonel: 1 January 1900.

4th Infantry Battalion (Victoria), 1 January 1900.

8th Australian Infantry Regiment, 1 July 1903.


Colonel: 6 December 1907.

Director of Intelligence, Intelligence Corps, 6 December 1907.

Honorary Colonel, 66th and 67th Infantry Regiments, 6 December 1907.


Unattached List: 31 March 1913.

Temporary Brigadier General: 15 August 1914.

Brigadier General: 15 August 1914.

General Officer Commanding, 2nd Infantry Brigade, AIF, 15 August 1914.


Temporary Major General: 29 November 1915.

Major General: 22 February 1916.

General Officer Commanding, 5th Infantry Division, AIF, 22 March 1916.

Honorary Colonel, 2/7th Infantry Battalion, 1 October 1918.


Appointment Terminated: 20 August 1919.

Died: 1 October 1930

 

External Biographical Links:

James Whiteside McCAY, Wikipedia

James Whiteside McCAY, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Online Edition

 

 

Further Reading:

AIF Headquarters, 3rd Echelon

AIF & MEF & EEF

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: AIF Headquarters, 3rd Echelon, James Whiteside McCAY

Posted by Project Leader at 5:05 PM EADT

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