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Friday, 16 December 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry, Album Contents
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry, Album Contents

 

Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth HUTCHISON

 

This constituted the 3rd Company, Queensland Mounted Infantry, and it was raised under proclamation, dated 29th December, 1900, authorizing a further "Military Force of Volunteers."

The Contingent left Brisbane 13 January 1900 and returned to Brisbane, 3 May 1901.

 

Listings per Album Page

Page 1:

Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth HUTCHISON
Captain Alfred William BARNES
Captain Herbert Russell NOLAN
Captain Sir Edward STEWART-RICHARDSON, Baronet, 3rd Battalion, Black Watch
Captain William George THOMPSON
Lieutenant Hubert Jennings Imre HARRIS
Lieutenant Archibald Frederick CRICHTON
Lieutenant Robert Mackay STODART
Lieutenant James WALKER
Lieutenant John Henry FOX

 

Page 2: 

1 Quartermaster Sergeant Teddes COONEY
2 Colour Sergeant William Cunningham BRUCE

3 Private Edmund Teasdale JOHNSON

4 Private Helge HEIBERG

5 Private Francis James MIDGLEY

6 Sergeant William Randolph Eppes SABINE

7 Private Charles Bretheton HOLME

8 Private Frank Buckton MOSS

9 Private Thomas Gascoyne MUNRO

10 Private William Henry WINTERFORD

 

Page 3:

11 Private Edwin Francis GATLAND

12 Private James McLelland CAVAYE

13 Private Arthur Charles SIMON

14 Private Andrew Alfred HARRIS

15 Sergeant Alfred Edwin WINTERFORD

16 Private Frank Graham NEWTON

17 Private Claude HUGONIN

18 Private Frederick Adolphus RICHARDS

19 Sergeant Harry More WOLLSTEIN

20 Private Gustaf Adolph WIKNER

 

Page 4: 

21 Private Arthur James LEE

22 Sergeant Stephen MIDGELEY

24 Private Robert Henry LOCKE

25 Private Edward Joseph HANSON

26 Private Richard Edward EVANS

27 Sergeant William Henry BERRY

28 Private George Edward WALKER

29 Private George William Thomas WATERTON

30 Private Francis TAMBLYN

31 Private William James GABRIEL

 

Page 5:

32 Private George STENHOUSE

33 Private Edward SMITH

34 Private John Florence DALY

35 Private Robert Oates LENNOX

36 Private James John TRICKETT

37 Private John ROBERTSON

38 Shoeing Smith Walter Ingram FISHER

39 Private Lachlan Chisholme WILSON

40 Private William Samuel BUCHANAN

41 Private George Hay HIVES

 

Page 6:  

42 Private Cecil Edward RICE

43 Private Robert Henry Theodore BLUNT

44 Private Kenedon Jeffreys HALSE

45 Private John Bingham HIGGINSON

46 Private William EVANS

47 Private John William GALLWEY

48 Private William Moyston LLOYD

49 Private Montagu Gordon Charles PASCO

50 Private Malcolm Livingstone CAMPBELL

51 Private Harold VENABLES

 

Page 7: 

53 Private Joseph Samuel GILL

54 Private Charles Matthew REIMERS

55 Private Thomas STIBBARDS

56 Private Harry MANTEL

57 Private Soloman PRICE

58 Private George Edwin THORBURN

59 Private John MCMAHON

60 Private Albert George TIDEY

61 Private Eric George CRAN

62 Private St. John ROBINSON

 

Page 8: 

63 Private Herbert Victor CARPENDALE

64 Private Ernest Llewellyn JONES

65 Private Ralph Wemyss BLACK

66 Private Arthur BAKER

67 Private Thomas MCCABE

68 Private Charles Robert Geoghegan VAUGHAN

69 Private Frederick FORD

70 Private John MCDONALD

71 Private Samuel Henry RAMSDEN

72 Private Jesse HORLEY

 

Page 9: 

73 Private Richard WALSH

74 Private Frederick Charles SCHUBERT

75 Private Francis James THOMAS

76 Private John Edward DONKIN

78 Private William Alexander MCDONALD

79 Private Charles REID

80 Private Frank PRANGLEY

81 Private Henry GAY 

82 Private Frederick James HITCHINGS

83 Private George Fernando GORDON

 

Page 10:  

84 Private Edward Tarplee WHITE

85 Private Ewen MCSPORRAN

86 Private Joseph ENEVER

87 Private Charles James HOPKINS

88 Private John James DOBSON

89 Private John Robert BATES

90 Private James PARNELL

91 Trumpeter Thomas CLUTTERBUCK

92 Private John CONNOLLY 

93 Shoeing Smith Peter NIELSON

 

Page 11:

94 Private Joseph DOUGLAS

95 Private William BENNETT

96 Private William Alexander MCLEISH

97 Trooper Norman Thorne SECCOMBE

98 Private William Thomas Thorne SECCOMBE

99 Private Egerton Charles MILLS

100 Private Alfred Atherton HAYLOCK

101 Private Harry SARGINT

102 Private Alfred BOTHAMLEY

103 Private Henry George FORDHAM

 

Page 12: 

104 Private James Burns MACFARLANE

105 Private John Emerson SANDERSON

106 Private Archibald KERR

107 Private Arthur HAMER

108 Private Edward CRONAN

109 Private Charles MCGREGOR

110 Private James Cloheny MCALLISTER

111 Private Thomas HALLIGAN

112 Private Colin Hassel ROSS

113 Private Young Peitland SIMPSON

 

Page 13: 

114 Private David INNES 

115 Private Frederick George BIRKBECK

116 Private Lionel Reginald RAWSON

117 Private Timothy WARNER

118 Private Richard Guy DUTTON

119 Private Charles MYATT

120 Private Harold PERRY-KEENE

121 Private Malcolm FLEWELL-SMITH

122 Private Sydney George KIBBLE

123 Private Colin Graham STEVENSON

 

Page 14: 

124 Private Arthur William DODD

125 Private William Jnr. BRADY 

126 Private James Herd MILLER

127 Private Archibald Edward KING

128 Private Sidney Lutrell LANDSBOROUGH

129 Private Harry John EVANS

130 Private Herbert Jermyn FARNSWORTH

131 Private Noel Harnage DRURY

132 Private William SHAW

133 Private Thomas CORCORAN

 

Page 15: 

134 Private George Abel WARD

135 Private Frank SCHY 

136 Private Thomas Ernest FERNLEIGH

137 Private Wyndham Guy Fitzgerald KING

138 Private Frederick Harold HOSICK

139 Private George WILDMAN

140 Private Reginald Horace EVES

141 Private Edward Leslie GRANVILLE

142 Private Clifford Allan TRUMAN

143 Private Charles Frederick PETERSON

 

Page 16: 

144 Private Alfred Thomas POWELL

145 Private Rowland Siddons SMITH 

146 Private John Peter JOHNSON

147 Private Robert Campbell SMITH

148 Private Thomas LAFFAN

151 Sergeant Major George SIMPSON

The public parade in Queen Street, Friday, 19 January 1900

The review in the Domain before the Commandant, Friday, 19 January 1900

The march past the saluting point in the Domain

The Federal Liner, Maori King, which is carrying the Second Contingent to Africa, Friday, 19 January 1900

 

Page 17: 

The Contingent drawn up to be addressed by the Lieutenant Governor before embarking.

The Contingent marching on board the Maori King

The crowd at Pinkemba waiting to say goodbye to the Contingent

Maori King embarking

 
 

Further Reading:

2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry

2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry, Roll of Honour

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry, Album Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 1:58 PM EAST
Updated: Tuesday, 20 December 2011 12:57 PM EAST
Sunday, 20 November 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, Bent Street, Paddington Album Contents
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

Bent Street, Paddington Album Contents

 

Bent Street , Paddington, 1916 and 2011

 

Bent Street, Paddington, is one of the most curious streets in Sydney history. Although having only 32 houses in the street by 1920, this small street contained a cross section of Australian life during the time examined, from 1890 to 1920. The street contained shops, a coal depot, magistrates, landlords, labourers, miners, tenants, and all the other groups of people that inhabited the streets. In it also resided the first Australian Labor Party Prime Minister, John Christian Watson.

The street came into prominence when an article appeared in the Sydney Mail, 9 August 1916, p.12. It was inspired by the local ALP M.L.A., Mr. Osborne, who collected 29 portraits of soldiers from Bent and sent them Sydney Mail.

The album describes the named inhabitants of each house over the period from 1890 to 1920. In addition, the 29 pictures are named with a brief military biography attached to them. Where ever possible, they are located at the house in which the person lived.

The street numbering created a great deal of confusion amongst the information collectors. Where a dual number appears, this was the result of number confusion. For example, there never was No. 6 Bent Street but this did not prevent people from describing No. 8 as No. 6. In addition to that, in 1900, houses were built at numbers 23, 25, and 27. However No. 27 was further subdivided into three houses named "Osraston", "Matlock", and "Chellaston". This created its own confusion until the numbers were corrected in 1919. So the houses from 29 onwards have two numbers, the pre and post 1919 house number.

 

Listings per Album Page

Page 1:

Article in Sydney Mail, 9 August 1916, p.12

Satellite view of Bent Street, Paddington, in 2011

Looking south down Bent Street from Gordon Street, Paddington.

Looking south down Bent Street from Gordon Street, Paddington, 2011.

Combination of both photographs looking south down Bent Street from Gordon Street, Paddington.

No. 2, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 4, Bent Street, Paddington, pic 1

No. 4, Bent Street, Paddington, pic2

No. 4, Bent Street, Paddington, pic 3

No. 4, Bent Street, Paddington, pic 4

 

Page 2:

No. 4, Bent Street, Paddington, pic 5

Stewart Street, Paddington

No. 6, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 8, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 12, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 14, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 16, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 18, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 20, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 22, Bent Street, Paddington

 

Page 3:

Leinster Street west, Paddington

Leinster Street east, Paddington

No. 3, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 5, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 7, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 9, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 11, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 13, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 15, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 17, Bent Street, Paddington

 

Page 4:

No. 19, Bent Street, Paddington
No. 21, Bent Street, Paddington
No. 23, Bent Street, Paddington
No. 25, Bent Street, Paddington
No. 27, Bent Street, Paddington
No. 29, Bent Street, Paddington
No. 31, Bent Street, Paddington
Stewart Street, Paddington
No. 33, "Glammis House'' Bent Street, Paddington, pic 1
No. 33, "Glammis House'' Bent Street, Paddington, pic 2
 

Page 5:

No. 33, "Glammis House'' Bent Street, Paddington, pic 3

No. 33, "Glammis House'' Bent Street, Paddington, pic 4

No. 35, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 37, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 39, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 41, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 43, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 45, Bent Street, Paddington

No. 47, Bent Street, Paddington, pic 1

No. 47, Bent Street, Paddington, pic 2

 

Page 6:

417 Sergeant William Norman MCCOLL

2507 Sergeant Alexander MCCOLL

1038 Lance Corporal Harold MCCOLL

3683 Private Albert ARTZ

753 Private Frederick William ARTZ

Major Hugh John CONNELL

30 Able Seaman Driver Arthur Charles CONNELL

619 Warrant Officer Harold Emanuel COLLINS

3044 Private Solomon George COLLINS

19057 Driver Edwin Herbert COX

 

Page 7:

11935 Private Joseph Cornelius COX

14281 Second Corporal Horace Lindly HAWKINS

122 Second Corporal John Joseph GOUGH

7683 Sapper Fred Raymond KYLE

Lieutenant Colonel John Thomas MCCOLL

4360 Private Roy BECKINGHAM

6486 Private Herbert Alfred CREDGINGTON

3519 Private George Edwin GRAHAM

3504 Private George Edwin DERNELLEY

2027 Private George James HOLDEN

 

Page 8:

1437 Driver Francis Vincent MCKEWEN

3656 Private Daniel WYLD

4686 Private Francis Edward GEOGHEGAN

1993 Private Mathew Palmer MCCABE

2006 Private William Henry LIVIO

530 Private John SIMS

1825 Private Edward TAYLOR

9774 Private William Charles MIDDELDYK

578 Private John Hamilton McCarthy

 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Items

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, Bent Street, Paddington Album Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 8:17 PM EAST
Updated: Monday, 21 November 2011 7:45 AM EAST
Monday, 24 October 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, 8th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, 30th Reinforcements Album Contents
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

8th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, 30th Reinforcements Album Contents

 

8th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, 30th Reinforcements

 

This album comprises individual photographs and biographies of servicemen who enlisted in the AIF and were allotted to the 8th Light Horse Regiment, 30th Reinforcements.

The 8th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, 30th Reinforcement, embarked from Melbourne, Victoria on board HMAT A73 Commonwealth 2 November 1917.

The HMAT A73 Commonwealth weighed 6,616 tons with an average cruise speed of 14 knots or 25.92 kmph. It was owned by the P & O SN Co, London, and leased by the Commonwealth until 23 June 1917.

The album comprises the group portrait and then the individual photographs. The personal portrait carries a brief biography of the individual.

Permission to use the photograph was kindly granted by Margaret Coulson, Traralgon, Victoria. We are most grateful for her kind assistance. 

 

Listings per Album Page

Page 1:

8th Light Horse Regiment, 30th Reinforcements
3492 Private Angus Cameron RONALD
3497 Private Herbert Saunders SMITH
3509 Private Stanley Urban BILLING
3490 Private John Robert McNAUGHTON
3504 Private Robert CRAWFORD
3505 Private Christopher George WELLS
3486 Private Charles Alexander MANLEY
3507 Private Henry Alfred SCHIER
3489 Private Willie Gair McKENZIE

 

Page 2:

3479 Private Thomas HOWLAND
3480 Private Robert Charles HALL
3495 Private Howard Edward SEIPOLT
3491 Private Herbert Victor NADENBOUSCH
3475 Private Reginald Raglan DAVEY
3493 Private William John RICHARDSON
3848 Sergeant John GRAY
3477 Private John HALL
3483 Private John Henry Campbell KENNEDY
3471 Private Herbert Lionel BURGOYNE

 

Page 3:

3488 Private Patrick Duncan McGRATH
3470 Private Bartholomew Patrick BUCKLEY
3512 Private William George ELLIOT
3484 Private Frank LATHAM
3498 Private William TRIM
3542 Private Isaac John FAWKES
3503 Private Harry James LEGG
3549 Private Lionel Percival MARTIN
3508 Private Allan Ira Eldred SANDERS
3496 Private Hartley Markwell SANDERS
 

Page 4:

3467 Sergeant James Lionel GILLIES

3466 Sergeant Edgar Marwick WILLIAMS

Lieutenant Charles John MULLINS

3501 Corporal John Gordon MORRISON

3468 Corporal Rupert Coleman CURNOW

3482 Private Francis Cyril Franklin JEWELL

3511 Private Walter BIRCHALL

3485 Private Herbert Frank LEE

 

 

Further Reading:

8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, 8th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, 30th Reinforcements Album Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 20 November 2011 8:28 PM EAST
Sunday, 23 October 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, No. 1 Remount Depot at Bloemfontein Album Contents
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

No. 1 Remount Depot at Bloemfontein Album Contents

 

No. 1 Remount Depot at Bloemfontein

 

The photograph of the No. 1 Remount Depot at Bloemfontein was taken some time in 1901. We are fortunate that some of the men in the picture were actually named. In keeping with the times, only the British soldiers were named. The Indians and African soldiers remained nameless.

 

Listings per Album Page

Page 1:

Farriers at No. 1 Remount Depot

Farriers: 1 of 3

Farriers: 2 of 3

Farriers: 3 of 3

Farrier-Sergeant C BECKTON

Shoeing-Smith A CORNISH

Shoeing-Smith A DICKSON

Shoeing-Smith E THWAITES

Shoeing-Smith S WATKINSON

Shoeing-Smith W COLES

 

Page 2:

Shoeing-Smith W LOMAS

Shoeing-Smith E LUND

Shoeing-Smith T BREARLEY

Shoeing-Smith W BELLFIELD

Shoeing-Smith W LARCOMBE

Shoeing-Smith F SEED

Farrier-Sergeant W SNELL

Shoeing-Smith A WEBSTER

Shoeing-Smith J TANNION

Shoeing-Smith C GROCOTT

 

Page 3:

Shoeing-Smith H WILLMOTT
Shoeing-Smith E LEWIS aka KRUGER
Wheelwright W HOOD
Shoeing-Smith A BECKWITH
Shoeing-Smith H OSWICK

 

 

Further Reading:

2nd Anglo-Boer War

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, No. 1 Remount Depot at Bloemfontein Album Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 20 November 2011 8:28 PM EAST
Saturday, 22 October 2011
Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, 278 Farrier Sergeant Edwin Ray GOODALL South African Album Contents
Topic: AAC-Photo Albums

Australian Service Personnel

Photograph Albums

278 Farrier Sergeant Edwin Ray GOODALL South African Album Contents

 

278 Farrier Sergeant Edwin Ray GOODALL

 

278 Farrier Sergeant Edwin Ray GOODALL served with the 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen in South Africa. This is a record of his journey.

If there is one item that contains a wealth of detail regarding the participation of a Regiment within the Sinai and Palestine campaign, it is the Routine Orders. Each paragraph hints at enough material to make an exciting chapter in any book.

To add further to the Regimental story, the War Diary entries for the periods covered by the Routine Orders are placed in line. They should be read in conjunction to get a clear picture of the Regiment.

The Routine Orders of the 12th Light Horse Regiment are not complete and so are filed as found. During and after the conclusion of the war, no great imperative was felt for their preservation. Their needs had been served and so preservation was of the lowest order. That we have them today is a blessing and we can only thank the foresight of the clerk who preserved what we have now.

 

Listings per Album Page

Page 1:

278 Farrier Sergeant Edwin Ray GOODALL
Troop ships at Port London.
Two soldiers, the ocean and two young women, a timeless scene.
Troops marching to the skirl of the bagpipes.
Camp surrounded by barbed wire.
Standard 16 man tent on the Veldt.
Ablution block on the Veldt with camp in the distance.
Goodall (right) and friend in camp on the Veldt.
Rifle Inspection.
A meal on the Veldt. A young African boy is hoping for some rations.

 

Page 2:

Making Damper.
Signaller with a heliograph.
A snake, man, horse and the Veldt.
A blockhouse on the Veldt.
Riding on the Veldt while an African looks on.
Mother and two daughters tending graves at Kroonstad.
Two women tending to fresh graves at Kroonstadt.
Men paying respects to freshly laid graves outside a town.
New, unmarked graves, at Kroonstadt.
A fallen comrade at Kroonstadt.

 

Page 3:

Paying respects to a fallen comrade.

Travelling by train in open wagons.

Blockhouse guarding the iron bridge.

Morning tea for the Troop at camp near the rail station.

Armoured train.

An armoured train with gun.

Armoured train carriage with rifle slits.

Crossing a river by way of a drift

Getting the Pom Pom over the river at the drift exit.

British Artillery.

 

Page 4: 

Pom pom gun crew. Ammunition carriers are standing to the left with the two dogs.

Pom pom gun crew in training.

A Pom Pom in action.

Searching a Kraal

Destroyed Boer house.

A ruined Boer house.

Searching the ruined Boer house.

Destroyed wagon at ruined Boer house.

Outpost section preparing for action.

Outpost exchanging shots with the Boer.

 

Page 5:

Outpost Section standing to arms.

Kilted Scots with their mascot.

Bushman plays a pibroch on the bagpipes.

A camp on the Veldt.


 

Further Reading:

5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen

Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums

Australian Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Service Personnel, Photograph Albums, 278 Farrier Sergeant Edwin Ray GOODALL South African Album Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Sunday, 20 November 2011 8:27 PM EAST

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