Make your own free website on Tripod.com
« February 2009 »
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
You are not logged in. Log in


Search the site:


powered by FreeFind
Volunteer with us.

Entries by Topic All topics
A Latest Site News
A - Using the Site
AAA Volunteers
AAB-Education Centre
AAC-Film Clips
AAC-Photo Albums
AIF & MEF & EEF
AIF - Lighthorse
AIF - ALH - A to Z
AIF - DMC
AIF - DMC - Or Bat
AIF - DMC - Anzac MD
AIF - DMC - Aus MD
AIF - DMC - British
AIF - DMC - BWI
AIF - DMC - French
AIF - DMC - Indian
AIF - DMC - Italian
AIF - DMC - Medical
AIF - DMC - Remounts
AIF - DMC - Scouts
AIF - DMC - Sigs
AIF - DMC - Sigs AirlnS
AIF - DMC - 1 Sig Sqn
AIF - DMC - 2 Sig Sqn
AIF - DMC - Eng
AIF - DMC - Eng 1FSE
AIF - DMC - Eng 2FSE
AIF - DMC - GSR
AIF - 1B - 1 LHB
AIF - 1B - 6 MVS
AIF - 1B - 1 LHMGS
AIF - 1B - 1 Sig Trp
AIF - 1B - 1 LHFA
AIF - 1B - 1 LHR
AIF - 1B - 2 LHR
AIF - 1B - 3 LHR
AIF - 2B - 2 LHB
AIF - 2B - 7 MVS
AIF - 2B - 2 LHFA
AIF - 2B - 2 LHMGS
AIF - 2B - 2 Sig Trp
AIF - 2B - 5 LHR
AIF - 2B - 6 LHR
AIF - 2B - 7 LHR
AIF - 3B - 3 LHB
AIF - 3B - 8 MVS
AIF - 3B - 3 LHB Sigs
AIF - 3B - 3 LHFA
AIF - 3B - 3 LHMGS
AIF - 3B - 3 Sig Trp
AIF - 3B - 8 LHR
AIF - 3B - 9 LHR
AIF - 3B - 10 LHR  
AIF - 4B - 4 LHB
AIF - 4B - 4 Sig Trp
AIF - 4B - 9 MVS
AIF - 4B - 4 LHFA
AIF - 4B - 4 LHMGS
AIF - 4B - 4 LHR
AIF - 4B - 11 LHR
AIF - 4B - 12 LHR
AIF - 5B - 5 LHB
AIF - 5B - 10 MVS
AIF - 5B - 5 LHFA
AIF - 5B - 5 Sig Trp
AIF - 5B - ICC
AIF - 5B - 14 LHR
AIF - 5B - 15 LHR
AIF - 5B - 1er Regt
AIF - 5B - 2 NZMGS
AIF - AASC
AIF - Aboriginal LH
AIF - Badges
AIF - Cars
AIF - Chinese LH
AIF - Double Sqns
AIF - Engineers
AIF - Fr - 22 Corps
AIF - Fr - 13 LHR
AIF - Honour Roll
AIF - HQ - 3rd Echelon
AIF - Marching Songs
AIF - Misc Topics
AIF - NZMRB
AIF - NZMRB - AMR
AIF - NZMRB - CMR
AIF - NZMRB - EFT
AIF - NZMRB - NZMFA
AIF - NZMRB - NZMGS
AIF - NZMRB - OMR
AIF - NZMRB - Sig-Trp
AIF - NZMRB - WMR
AIF - Ships
AIF - Ships - Encountr
AIF - Ships - Una
AIF - WFF
AIF - Wireless Sqn
Battles
BatzA - Australia
BatzA - Broken Hill
BatzA - Liverpool
BatzA - Merivale
BatzB - Boer War
BatzB - Bakenlaagte
BatzB - Belmont
BatzB - Bothaville
BatzB - Buffels Hoek
BatzB - Coetzees Drift
BatzB - Diamond Hill
BatzB - Driefontein
BatzB - Elands
BatzB - Graspan
BatzB - Grobelaar
BatzB - Grootvallier
BatzB - Hartebestfontn
BatzB - Houtnek
BatzB - Karee Siding
BatzB - Kimberley
BatzB - Koster River
BatzB - Leeuw Kop
BatzB - Mafeking
BatzB - Magersfontein
BatzB - Modder River
BatzB - Onverwacht
BatzB - Paardeberg
BatzB - Palmietfontein
BatzB - Pink Hill
BatzB - Poplar Grove
BatzB - Rhenoster
BatzB - Sannahs Post
BatzB - Slingersfontn
BatzB - Stinkhoutbm
BatzB - Sunnyside
BatzB - Wilmansrust
BatzB - Wolvekuil
BatzB - Zand River
BatzG - Gallipoli
BatzG - Anzac
BatzG - Aug 1915
BatzG - Baby 700
BatzG - Evacuation
BatzG - Hill 60
BatzG - Hill 971
BatzG - Krithia
BatzG - Lone Pine
BatzG - Nek
BatzJ - Jordan Valley
BatzJ - 1st Amman
BatzJ - 2nd Amman
BatzJ - Abu Tellul
BatzJ - Es Salt
BatzJ - JV Maps
BatzJ - Ziza
BatzM - Mespot
BatzM - Baghdad
BatzM - Ctesiphon
BatzM - Daur
BatzM - Kurna
BatzM - Kut el Amara
BatzM - Ramadi
BatzN - Naval
BatzN - AE1
BatzN - Cocos Is
BatzN - Heligoland
BatzN - Marmara
BatzN - Zeebrugge
BatzN - Zeppelin L43
BatzNG - Bitapaka
BatzO - Other
BatzO - Baku
BatzO - Egypt 1919
BatzO - Emptsa
BatzO - Karawaran
BatzO - Peitang
BatzO - Wassa
BatzP - Palestine
BatzP - 1st Gaza
BatzP - 2nd Gaza
BatzP - 3rd Gaza
BatzP - Aleppo
BatzP - Amwas
BatzP - Ayun Kara
BatzP - Bald Hill
BatzP - Balin
BatzP - Beersheba
BatzP - Berkusieh
BatzP - Damascus
BatzP - El Auja
BatzP - El Buggar
BatzP - El Burj
BatzP - Haifa
BatzP - Huj
BatzP - JB Yakub
BatzP - Kaukab
BatzP - Khan Kusseir
BatzP - Khuweilfe
BatzP - Kuneitra
BatzP - Megiddo
BatzP - Nablus
BatzP - Rafa
BatzP - Sasa
BatzP - Semakh
BatzP - Sheria
BatzP - Surafend
BatzP - Wadi Fara
BatzS - Sinai
BatzS - Bir el Abd
BatzS - El Arish
BatzS - El Mazar
BatzS - El Qatiya
BatzS - Jifjafa
BatzS - Magdhaba
BatzS - Maghara
BatzS - Romani
BatzS - Suez 1915
BatzSe - Senussi
BatzWF - Westn Front
BW - Boer War
BW - NSW
BW - NSW - 1ACH
BW - NSW - 1NSWMR
BW - NSW - 2NSWMR
BW - NSW - 3ACH
BW - NSW - 3NSWIB
BW - NSW - 3NSWMR
BW - NSW - 5ACH
BW - NSW - A Bty RAA
BW - NSW - AAMC
BW - NSW - Aust H
BW - NSW - Lancers
BW - NSW - NSW Inf
BW - NSW - NSWCBC
BW - NSW - NSWIB
BW - NSW - NSWMR_A
BW - NZ
BW - Qld
BW - Qld - 1ACH
BW - Qld - 1QMI
BW - Qld - 2QMI
BW - Qld - 3ACH
BW - Qld - 3QMI
BW - Qld - 4QIB
BW - Qld - 5QIB
BW - Qld - 6QIB
BW - Qld - 7ACH
BW - QLD - AAMC
BW - SA
BW - SA - 1SAMR
BW - SA - 2ACH
BW - SA - 2SAMR
BW - SA - 3SACB
BW - SA - 4ACH
BW - SA - 4SAIB
BW - SA - 5SAIB
BW - SA - 6SAIB
BW - SA - 8ACH
BW - SA - AAMC
BW - Tas
BW - Tas - 1ACH
BW - Tas - 1TIB
BW - Tas - 1TMI
BW - Tas - 2TB
BW - Tas - 2TIB
BW - Tas - 3ACH
BW - Tas - 8ACH
BW - Vic
BW - Vic - 1VMI
BW - Vic - 2ACH
BW - Vic - 2VMR
BW - Vic - 3VB
BW - Vic - 4ACH
BW - Vic - 4VIB
BW - Vic - 5VMR
BW - Vic - 6ACH
BW - Vic - AAMC
BW - Vic - Scot H
BW - WA
BW - WA - 1WAMI
BW - WA - 2ACH
BW - WA - 2WAMI
BW - WA - 3WAB
BW - WA - 4ACH
BW - WA - 4WAMI
BW - WA - 5WAMI
BW - WA - 6WAMI
BW - WA - 8ACH
BW Gen - Campaign
BW Gen - Soldiers
BW General
Cavalry - General
Diary - Schramm
Egypt - Heliopolis
Egypt - Mena
Gen - Ataturk Pk, CNB
Gen - Australia
Gen - Legends
Gen - Query Club
Gen - St - NSW
Gen - St - Qld
Gen - St - SA
Gen - St - Tas
Gen - St - Vic
Gen - St - WA
Gm - German Items
Gm - Bk - 605 MGC
GW - 11 Nov 1918
GW - Atrocities
GW - August 1914
GW - Biographies
GW - Propaganda
GW - Spies
GW - We forgot
Militia 1899-1920
Militia - Area Officers
Militia - Inf - Infantry
Militia - Inf - 1IB
Militia - Inf - 2IB
Militia - Inf - 3IB
Militia - Inf - NSW
Militia - Inf - Qld
Militia - Inf - SA
Militia - Inf - Tas
Militia - Inf - Vic
Militia - Inf - WA
Militia - K.E.Horse
Militia - LH
Militia - LH - Regts
Militia - LH - 1LHB
Militia - LH - 2LHB
Militia - LH - 3LHB
Militia - LH - 4LHB
Militia - LH - 5LHB
Militia - LH - 6LHB
Militia - LHN - NSW
Militia - LHN - 1/7/1
Militia - LHN - 2/9/6
Militia - LHN - 3/11/7
Militia - LHN - 4/6/16
Militia - LHN - 5/4/15
Militia - LHN - 6/5/12
Militia - LHN - 28
Militia - LHQ - Qld
Militia - LHQ - 13/2
Militia - LHQ - 14/3/11
Militia - LHQ - 15/1/5
Militia - LHQ - 27/14
Militia - LHS - SA
Militia - LHS - 16/22/3
Militia - LHS - 17/23/18
Militia - LHS - 24/9
Militia - LHT - Tas
Militia - LHT - 12/26
Militia - LHV - Vic
Militia - LHV - 7/15/20
Militia - LHV - 8/16/8
Militia - LHV - 9/19
Militia - LHV - 10/13
Militia - LHV - 11/20/4
Militia - LHV - 19/17
Militia - LHV - 29
Militia - LHW - WA
Militia - LHW-18/25/10
Militia - Military Orders
Militia - Misc
MilitiaRC - Rifle Clubs
MilitiaRC - NSW
MilitiaRC - NT
MilitiaRC - Qld
MilitiaRC - SA
MilitiaRC - Tas
MilitiaRC - Vic
MilitiaRC - WA
Militiaz - New Zealand
Tk - Turkish Items
Tk - Army
Tk - Bks - Books
Tk - Bks - 1/33IR
Tk - Bks - 27th IR
Tk - Bks - Air Force
Tk - Bks - Yildirim
Tk - POWs
Wp - Weapons
Wp - Hotchkiss Cav
Wp - Hotchkiss PMG
Blog Tools
Edit your Blog
Build a Blog
RSS Feed
View Profile
Open Community
Post to this Blog
Site Index
Education Centre
LH Militia
Boer War
Transport Ships
LH Battles
ALH - Units
ALH - General
Aboriginal Light H
Weapons
Ottoman Sources

"At a mile distant their thousand hooves were stuttering thunder, coming at a rate that frightened a man - they were an awe inspiring sight, galloping through the red haze - knee to knee and horse to horse - the dying sun glinting on bayonet points..." Trooper Ion Idriess

The Australian Light Horse Studies Centre aims to present an accurate history as chroniclers of early Australian military developments from 1899 to 1920.

The Australian Light Horse Studies Centre site holds over 12,000 entries and is growing daily.

Contact: Australian Light Horse Studies Centre

Let us hear your story: You can tell your story, make a comment or ask for help on our Australian Light Horse Studies Centre Forum called:

Desert Column Forum

WARNING: This site contains: names, information and images of deceased people; and, language which may be considered inappropriate today.

Monday, 16 February 2009
The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, 10th LHR, AIF, Unit History Account
Topic: AIF - 3B - 10 LHR

The Battle of Magdhaba

Sinai, 23 December 1916

10th LHR, AIF, Unit History Account

 

Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Charles Niquet Olden produced the unit history for the 11th LHR in 1921 called the Westralian cavalry in the war: the story of the Tenth Light Horse Regiment, A.I.F., in the Great War, 1914-1918, which included a section specifically related to the Battle of Magdhaba is extracted below.

Olden, A.C.N., Westralian cavalry in the war: the story of the Tenth Light Horse Regiment, A.I.F., in the Great War, 1914-1918, (Melbourne 1921):

 

WESTRALIAN CAVALRY IN THE WAR p. 111

CHAPTER XVII. MAGHDABA.

At 6 o'clock on the morning of December 20th, 1916, the 10th Regiment received orders to march with other units of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade to the Divisional rendezvous at Bir Gympie. At ten o'clock that night the Anzac Mounted Division - less the 2nd Light Horse Brigade - marched for El Arish, the role of our own Brigade being to occupy Bir-el-Masmi. This place was reached at 5 a.m. the following morning (December 21st), and here word was received that El Arish had been entered by our troops without opposition. At 11 a.m. the 10th Regiment marched to Masaid, and thence to Bir-Abu-Zehari, where it bivouacked for the night. Shortly after daylight on the 22nd a further move was made to half a mile west of El Arish, where orders were received that the Anzac Mounted Division would concentrate at a point about two miles south of El Arish in preparation for a raid on the Turkish strong post at El Maghdaba. Arrived at the rendezvous, the Regiment remained in the Wadi El Arish, whilst three days' rations per horse and man were being issued. The weather being now extremely cold, the men carried sleeping blankets and overcoats on this occasion, and as much water as they could convey, as it was known that there was no available water excepting at Maghdaba, and even there - according to report - the wells had been mined by the Turks. El Maghdaba is situated on the banks of the Wadi El-Arish, about twenty-two miles, as the crow flies, from the sea. As a place of importance, in anything but a military sense, it is insignificant, but its commanding position, coupled with good communications by means of numerous tracks from the east leading to it, rendered it of extreme value as a jumping-off place for a flank movement against a force moving easterly along the coast route. Held resolutely by the enemy in conjunction with El Arish, a most serious obstacle would have been placed in the way of our forward move, and even with El Arish in our hands it was of vital necessity to clear up the Maghdaba situation before the advance could proceed. Consequently the High Command had decided

112 WESTRALIAN CAVALRY IN THE WAR

to send the Anzac Mounted Division - to which was attached the Imperial Camel Corps - to raid the enemy stronghold at Maghdaba, and, if possible, capture the garrison. The force, having completed rationing, commenced the approach march on Maghdaba, leaving the rendezvous shortly after midnight on December 23rd, 1916. The 3^ Light Horse Brigade, in the centre, marched along the Wadi bed, with the New Zealanders on the right and the Camel Corps on the left. The 1st Light Horse Brigade followed in reserve. On the flanks the country was ordinary desert of the sand-dune type, but the Wadi bed was of a chalky nature, and the 3rd Brigade became enveloped in clouds of fine white dust which settled on men and horses, giving them a phantom-like appearance in the morning. Soon after daylight our columns halted before Maghdaba, the approach march having been carried out with great rapidity in the circumstances. The Turkish defences were revealed, and consisted chiefly of two strong redoubts on the left bank of the Wadi, with ideal natural communication trenches along the deep washaways in the Wadi banks, skillfully improved by their engineers, so that they had effective communication not only between the redoubts, but also with the main Wadi bed and with the buildings on the right, or east, bank, where an excellent supply of water had been conserved in tanks. Almost completely surrounding the northern redoubt, and about 400 yards from it, was an arm of the main Wadi, about 25 feet in depth, which afforded excellent cover, and was held by enemy posts. To the south-west of the Turkish position were high, rough hills from which the Camel Corps eventually attacked. Reconnaissance reports from scouts showed that the positions covering Maghdaba were held in force by the enemy - our agents had previously estimated the Turkish strength at 4000, with some light field guns - and orders for an enveloping movement were received. At 9.30 a.m. the 3rd Light Horse Brigade commenced to push eastward round the enemy's right flank, the Camel Corps advanced frontally from the south-west, whilst the New Zealanders occupied a chain of high sand hills. The Inverness and Leicester Batteries (R.H.A.), in a saddle, filled the intervening gap. Our artillery immediately opened fire on the redoubts, and the troops moving towards their objectives gradually gained ground. The Turks, however, soon indicated that they were not to be easily dislodged, and as our advance proceeded,

WESTRALIAN CAVALRY IN THE WAR 113

they commenced in earnest to offer stout opposition with rifle and machine gun fire at a range of about 1200 yards. Casualties began to occur, amongst the first to be wounded being T./Major Timperley. Our aeroplanes now became active and rendered valuable assistance by reconnoitring the enemy positions, bombing and machine gunning them at a very low altitude. The 3rd Light Horse Brigade with the 8th Regiment on the right, and the 10th Regiment on the left - the extreme left of the Division - having previously moved easterly until nearly north of the enemy defences, now advanced dismounted in a south-easterly direction, supported by machine and Lewis guns, and successively

114 WESTRALIAN CAVALRY IN THE WAR

occupied the ridges approaching the redoubts. At 11.30 a body of Turks was seen to be advancing from east-south-east with the evident intention of enfilading our advance. Two troops of the 10th Regiment, with a Lewis gun and machine gun section, were sent forward to deal with this body. They drove back the enemy, who were seen to retire completely out of the fight. This movement cleared the whole left flank of our attack. By 12.30 the last ridge overlooking the wide plain through which the Wadi ran was in our hands, and all available troops were crowded on to it. Meanwhile, the Camel Corps and New Zealanders, despite stout opposition, had closed on the positions further south, and at 1.30 p.m. the 1st Light Horse Brigade, which had been left in reserve, attacked dismounted from the north-east, on our immediate right. Aerial contact patrols at this stage reported that the enemy had commenced to retreat. General Royston (commanding the 3rd Light Horse Brigade), a man of quick decision, decided that there was no time to be lost and ordered the 10th Regiment to take the occupied position of the Wadi arm by a mounted charge with fixed bayonets, whilst the 8th and 9th Regiments simultaneously attacked the northern redoubt dismounted. Issuing from behind the ridge, the Regiment galloped across the open plain in extended order under enemy rifle and machine gun fire. "A" Squadron (Captain Dunckley) on the right, "B" Squadron (Lieut. Rodsted) in the centre, and "C" Squadron (Captain Hamlin) on the left. The squadrons raced for the Wadi, holding their bayonet-tipped rifles like lances and cheering lustily. The Turks, paralysed by this novel form of attack, offered but a feeble resistance, and as the horsemen reached the outer edges of the Wadi, they threw up their hands in token of surrender - not, however, before several of their number had been bayoneted. This first onslaught yielded 90 prisoners (including 6 officers), 50 camels, 40 horses, and much ammunition and other war material. The squadrons dropped into the Wadi, and a party having been left to collect the prisoners, rapidly extended along its bed until "C" squadron on the left had swung right round to the south-eastern side of the redoubt. Flinging themselves from their horses, "A" and "B," with two troops of "C" Squadron, emerged from the west side of the Wadi, and pushed on dismounted towards the redoubt proper, whilst troops of the 1st Light Horse Brigade were seen attacking it from almost the opposite direction. Two troops under Lieut. F.W. Cox and Lieut. E. Ruse, had in the meantime ridden further round and had almost reached the Camel Corps, when suddenly they observed an opening leading straight to the redoubt.

WESTRALIAN CAVALRY IN THE WAR 115

With great gallantry these two troops charged right through the enemy outer line and reached the very heart of the redoubt. The balance of the Regiment rushed in support towards the objective, but the Turks, finding themselves attacked on all sides, and having suffered heavy losses, surrendered at a quarter-past four by hoisting numerous white flags. The raid had been completely successful, and the 10th Regiment had played a particularly brilliant part. Besides inflicting many casualties upon the Turks, the Regiment captured in all 722 prisoners, 57 camels, and 11 horses. In the final mounted charge on the redoubt, Lieut. Cox, in addition to leading his troop with consummate dash, performed a most gallant individual act in bringing up, under heavy fire, a spare horse for Lieut. A.W. Martin (whose mount had been shot under him) and assisting Lieut. Martin to remount. Lieut. Cox received the immediate reward of the Military Cross for his heroism on this occasion. The prisoners were collected and concentrated, and now came the most difficult undertaking of watering so large a number of thirsty horses and men. Fortunately the report as to the wells being mined proved incorrect, and the water supply and conveniences at Maghdaba were found intact. But even then the watering was no easy matter. The horses had not drunk for thirty hours, and the long, dusty march with the excitement of the final gallop had greatly intensified their thirst, and the water itself, though plentiful, was only accessible by a small number of animals at one time. However, it was completed soon after dark, and the Regiment, taking its prisoners along with it, joined the rest of the Brigade at the position of deployment, about three miles north-west of Maghdaba. At 11 o'clock that night the march back to El Arish commenced. The march continued throughout the night - a halt being made at 4.30 a.m. (December 24th), to draw rations from a camel convoy sent out to meet the column - and at 8.30 that morning Hod Masaid, a large oasis a few miles from El Arish, was reached. This splendid hod was to be our "home" for some weeks. Maghdaba, as far as the 10th Regiment was concerned, was a troop leader's triumph. Once the Wadi was captured, the broken nature of the terrain rendered concerted action on any large scale practically impossible, and here it was that the troops of the Regiment under their officers were afforded full opportunity of displaying initiative and dash. And well and worthily was this opportunity availed of. No finer performances exist in the Regimental records than those of Lieutenants Cox, Ruse, Palmer, J.K. Lyall, M.C., and Sweetapple on that day, and

116 WESTRALIAN CAVALRY IN THE WAR

it was greatly due to their efforts, splendidly backed by their men, that the 10th Regiment added to its laurels and played such a worthy part in the most brilliant cavalry raid of the war to date.

 

Further Reading:

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Roll of Honour 

The Battle of Magdhaba

The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, Roll of Honour, Australia and New Zealand

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 

 


Citation: The Battle of Magdhaba, Sinai, December 23, 1916, 10th LHR, AIF, Unit History Account

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Tuesday, 10 November 2009 9:30 PM EAST
Thursday, 5 February 2009
10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation: Headquarters
Topic: AIF - 3B - 10 LHR

10th LHR, AIF

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Embarkation: Headquarters.

 

Embarkation Information.

The 10th LHR Headquarters Section embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915. The ship was:

 

 HMAT A47 Mashobra

[See: His Majesty's Australian Transports [HMAT] Ships, A47.

 

The men.

The following is a list in alphbetical order of the men who comprised the Headquarters Section of the 10th LHR and are recorded on the embarkation rolls as having embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915.

In listing the men, they are only identified by full name and AIF Regimental Service Number or as an officer as their rank status fluctuated often, even at embarkation, making it an impossible to give each man their correct rank on embarkation. Officers were not given a service number during the Great War. [See: The Australian Light Horse - Structure, Regimental Service Number.]

 

Edward William Arundel, AIF Regimental Service Number: 541.

William John Atkinson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 28.

Frank Lee Bach, AIF Regimental Service Number: 6.

James Edwin Bax, AIF Regimental Service Number: 37.

Lyell Cecil Bean, AIF Regimental Service Number: 25.

James Bentley, Officer.

Henry Berry, AIF Regimental Service Number: 19.

Noel Murray Brazier, Officer.

Horace Bertram Brede, AIF Regimental Service Number: 10.

John Anderson Brown, AIF Regimental Service Number: 11.

John Hugh Burns, AIF Regimental Service Number: 510.

Daniel Bygraves, AIF Regimental Service Number: 32.

Thomas James Byrne, AIF Regimental Service Number: 27.

Frederick William Carter, AIF Regimental Service Number: 382.

George Frederick Carthew, AIF Regimental Service Number: 12.

Frank Marshall Dobbin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 29.

James William Everington, AIF Regimental Service Number: 1.

Ernest Robert Fitt, AIF Regimental Service Number: 8.

James Fitzmaurice, AIF Regimental Service Number: 30.

Frederick Leopold Fraser, AIF Regimental Service Number: 22.

William Gilbert, AIF Regimental Service Number: 35.

Rupert George Gunn, AIF Regimental Service Number: 24.

Herbert Hallett, AIF Regimental Service Number: 524.

Frederick William Hay, AIF Regimental Service Number: 5.

Charles Robert Heppingstone, AIF Regimental Service Number: 508.

Montague Charles Hyatt, AIF Regimental Service Number: 3.

Robert Edward Jackson, Officer.

Neil Sydney Lancet, AIF Regimental Service Number: 119.

Reginald Legge, AIF Regimental Service Number: 7.

Allan Joseph Love, Officer.

Joseph David Lown, AIF Regimental Service Number: 20.

Beresford Mcmahon, AIF Regimental Service Number: 31.

John Flood Nagle, AIF Regimental Service Number: 26.

William Henry Pescud, AIF Regimental Service Number: 509.

Raymond Quartermaine, AIF Regimental Service Number: 461.

Thomas Edward Raine, AIF Regimental Service Number: 134.

Norman John Regan, AIF Regimental Service Number: 14.

Walter Charles Robinson, Officer.

George Rosevear, AIF Regimental Service Number: 2.

Bertram Simpson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 15.

Hubert Ulrich, AIF Regimental Service Number: 17.

Claude Henry Vautin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 540.

Ebenezer Ward, AIF Regimental Service Number: 18.

Edward Alexander Weston, Officer.

Robert Wray Woods, AIF Regimental Service Number: 511.


The full Embarkation Roll for the 10th LHR Headquarters Section may by downloaded from the Australian War Memorial at the following address:


AWM8, 10/15/1 - 10 LHR [Light Horse Regiment] (February 1915)

 

Further Reading:

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, History 

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Contents 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation: Headquarters

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 6 May 2009 9:26 PM EADT
Wednesday, 4 February 2009
10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation: Machine Gun Section
Topic: AIF - 3B - 10 LHR

10th LHR, AIF

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Embarkation: Machine Gun Section.

 

Embarkation Information.

The 10th LHR Machine Gun Section embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915. The ship was:

 

 HMAT A47 Mashobra

[See: His Majesty's Australian Transports [HMAT] Ships, A47.

 

The men.

The following is a list in alphbetical order of the men who comprised the Headquarters Section of the 10th LHR and are recorded on the embarkation rolls as having embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915.

In listing the men, they are only identified by full name and AIF Regimental Service Number or as an officer as their rank status fluctuated often, even at embarkation, making it an impossible to give each man their correct rank on embarkation. Officers were not given a service number during the Great War. [See: The Australian Light Horse - Structure, Regimental Service Number.]

 

Alexander Bolton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 44.

Owen William Robert Brede, AIF Regimental Service Number: 42.

Willing Charles Brown, AIF Regimental Service Number: 43.

Arthur Darrell Carson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 45.

Allan James Cooke, AIF Regimental Service Number: 46.

William James Cox, AIF Regimental Service Number: 47.

Herbert Creeper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 48.

Robert Calder Crowther, AIF Regimental Service Number: 38.

James Arthur Dean, AIF Regimental Service Number: 63.

George Raymond Field, AIF Regimental Service Number: 40.

Kenneth William Gilmour, AIF Regimental Service Number: 50.

Walter Bamford Hale, AIF Regimental Service Number: 51.

Leonard Hall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 52.

Warwick Clive Heath, AIF Regimental Service Number: 53.

Basil Bridgeford Hick, AIF Regimental Service Number: 54.

Thomas Crockett Keay, AIF Regimental Service Number: 55.

William Harold Lilly, AIF Regimental Service Number: 62.

Francis William Fellowes Lukis, AIF Regimental Service Number: 39.

Thomas Lawrence Mooney, AIF Regimental Service Number: 56.

Henry Riseborough, AIF Regimental Service Number: 537.

Horace Clement Hugh Robertson, Officer.

Vincent James Rogers, AIF Regimental Service Number: 57.

Herbert Earl Saunders, AIF Regimental Service Number: 58.

Albert Leslie Tate, AIF Regimental Service Number: 59.

Frederick Thompson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 60.

John Ernest Wallish, AIF Regimental Service Number: 61.

John Newlands West, AIF Regimental Service Number: 41.


The full Embarkation Roll for the 10th LHR Headquarters Section may by downloaded from the Australian War Memorial at the following address:


AWM8, 10/15/1 - 10 LHR [Light Horse Regiment] (February 1915)

 

Further Reading:

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, History 

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Contents 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation: Machine Gun Section

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 6 May 2009 9:25 PM EADT
Tuesday, 3 February 2009
10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation: "A" Squadron
Topic: AIF - 3B - 10 LHR

10th LHR, AIF

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Embarkation: "A" Squadron.

 

Embarkation Information.

The 10th LHR "A" Squadron embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915. The ship was:

 

 HMAT A47 Mashobra

[See: His Majesty's Australian Transports [HMAT] Ships, A47.

 

The men.

The following is a list in alphbetical order of the men who comprised the Headquarters Section of the 10th LHR and are recorded on the embarkation rolls as having embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915.

In listing the men, they are only identified by full name and AIF Regimental Service Number or as an officer as their rank status fluctuated often, even at embarkation, making it an impossible to give each man their correct rank on embarkation. Officers were not given a service number during the Great War. [See: The Australian Light Horse - Structure, Regimental Service Number.]

 

Alfred Rigley Ainsworth, AIF Regimental Service Number: 179.

Frank Joseph Ainsworth, AIF Regimental Service Number: 178.

William Fleming Anderson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 101.

Evan Bain, AIF Regimental Service Number: 172.

Harold Barraclough, AIF Regimental Service Number: 103.

Harry Barrett, AIF Regimental Service Number: 188.

David Edward Barrow, AIF Regimental Service Number: 88.

Lionel Henry Beardman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 72.

Walter Alfred Shoeing Bearman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 181.

Albert Edward Billman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 168.

Joseph Leo Black, AIF Regimental Service Number: 104.

Geoffrey Drake Brockman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 106.

Hubert Hawden Brockman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 69.

Phillip Percival Buckland, AIF Regimental Service Number: 102.

Thomas Francis Burges, AIF Regimental Service Number: 165.

George Alexander Burkett, Officer.

Leslie Burrowes, AIF Regimental Service Number: 67.

William Edwin Burton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 180.

Neil Campbell, Officer.

Richard Achilles Capron, AIF Regimental Service Number: 169.

Arthur Rupert Chipper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 199.

Lindsay Lewis Sterling Chipper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 97.

Ross Richard Vivian Chipper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 68.

Gordon Leon Chivers, AIF Regimental Service Number: 95.

John Henry Clayton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 195.

Albert George Cobb, AIF Regimental Service Number: 142.

John Watson Colpitts, Officer.

Tom Combley, AIF Regimental Service Number: 93.

Claude Lorraine Colin Cook, AIF Regimental Service Number: 161.

John James Cruite, AIF Regimental Service Number: 105.

Harry Luke Culling, AIF Regimental Service Number: 530.

Richard Edward Cumming, AIF Regimental Service Number: 139.

Hubert Vincent Dees, AIF Regimental Service Number: 107.

Reginald Garry Dempster, AIF Regimental Service Number: 539.

Amos Leonard Doust, AIF Regimental Service Number: 166.

Norman Charles Dyer, AIF Regimental Service Number: 84.

Henry John Eaton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 65.

Ronald Swan Edgar, AIF Regimental Service Number: 108.

John Charles Eyre, AIF Regimental Service Number: 153.

Austin Faulkiner, AIF Regimental Service Number: 194.

Basil Middleton Fenwick, AIF Regimental Service Number: 109.

Sutton Henry Ferrier, AIF Regimental Service Number: 176.

Hobart Douglas Firns, AIF Regimental Service Number: 110.

Horace Andrew Forward, AIF Regimental Service Number: 74.

Stanley Franklin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 91.

Hubert Ernest Frost, AIF Regimental Service Number: 209.

Alexander Gannaway, AIF Regimental Service Number: 526.

Edward Gee, AIF Regimental Service Number: 531.

Frederick Gilmore, AIF Regimental Service Number: 154.

Robert Goldstone, AIF Regimental Service Number: 173.

Alan Bell Gollan, AIF Regimental Service Number: 111.

Gerald Francis Gray, AIF Regimental Service Number: 148.

Thomas George Greenaway, AIF Regimental Service Number: 187.

John Owen Hackett, AIF Regimental Service Number: 156.

Charles Arthur Jocelyn Hall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 527.

Hubert Sylvian Hall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 100.

Gresley Harper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 113.

Wilfred Lukin Harper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 114.

Arthur Hart, AIF Regimental Service Number: 203.

Thomas Charles Hart, AIF Regimental Service Number: 206.

Oscar Donald Humphrey Hassell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 112.

Thomas James Heller, Officer.

William John Henderson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 115.

Thomas Edwin Holland, AIF Regimental Service Number: 211.

Percival Francis Holway, AIF Regimental Service Number: 158.

Maitland Hoops, AIF Regimental Service Number: 75.

Douglas Walter Hopkins, AIF Regimental Service Number: 159.

Stanley Frank Howard, AIF Regimental Service Number: 200.

Geoffrey Castell Howell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 96.

William Huggins, AIF Regimental Service Number: 151.

Milo Radford Kealley, AIF Regimental Service Number: 207.

John Alexander Keay, AIF Regimental Service Number: 202.

Ernest Kennedy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 197.

Percy Harrington Kerr, AIF Regimental Service Number: 146.

Frederick William Kirsch, AIF Regimental Service Number: 141.

Louis Alfred Klopper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 150.

John Ford Ladyman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 201.

William Henry Lailey, AIF Regimental Service Number: 33.

George Arthur Leake, AIF Regimental Service Number: 118.

John Percival Lewis, AIF Regimental Service Number: 120.

Beverley John Liddelow, AIF Regimental Service Number: 121.

John Lin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 90.

Carl Oscar Lindell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 167.

John Henry Linto, AIF Regimental Service Number: 78.

Thomas Linto, AIF Regimental Service Number: 94.

George Garfield Lloyd, AIF Regimental Service Number: 208.

Joseph Albert Lloyd, AIF Regimental Service Number: 81.

Dudley Lukin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 116.

Geoffrey Harper Lukin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 117.

James Kincraig Lyall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 160.

William McIntosh Lyall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 185.

Bruce Mackenzie, AIF Regimental Service Number: 98.

Michael Joseph Magher, AIF Regimental Service Number: 66.

Septimus Frank Maley, AIF Regimental Service Number: 85.

Alexander Urquhart Martin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 175.

Ernest Mcaliece, AIF Regimental Service Number: 170.

Gordon Stuart Mcgregor, AIF Regimental Service Number: 73.

John Blacklock Mcjannet, AIF Regimental Service Number: 123.

Francis Mcmahon, AIF Regimental Service Number: 89.

Alexander Mcphee, AIF Regimental Service Number: 182.

Gordon Mcrae, AIF Regimental Service Number: 125.

Arthur Charles Mcwhinney, AIF Regimental Service Number: 122.

John Edward Molloy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 174.

Reginald Johnstone Moore, AIF Regimental Service Number: 138.

Edward Fortescue Morris, AIF Regimental Service Number: 126.

Michael Murphy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 183.

Thomas Murray, AIF Regimental Service Number: 124.

Frederick Elworthy Norrish, AIF Regimental Service Number: 149.

William Reginald Eustace Northey, AIF Regimental Service Number: 80.

Howard Okes, AIF Regimental Service Number: 87.

Edward Lockier Oliver, AIF Regimental Service Number: 127.

Leslie Parsons, AIF Regimental Service Number: 189.

Rowland Harold Peake, AIF Regimental Service Number: 77.

Morton Candey Pedlar, AIF Regimental Service Number: 198.

Vernon Frederick Piesse, Officer.

Frederick Thorneycroft Plant, AIF Regimental Service Number: 140.

John Morton Playne, AIF Regimental Service Number: 128.

Frederick Samuel Prentice, AIF Regimental Service Number: 196.

Maurice Quinn, AIF Regimental Service Number: 76.

John Francis Radford, AIF Regimental Service Number: 514.

Edmund Roland Redshaw, AIF Regimental Service Number: 86.

Bertrand Reeve, AIF Regimental Service Number: 528.

Reginald Malcolm Reid, AIF Regimental Service Number: 186.

Leslie James Richards, AIF Regimental Service Number: 83.

George Wallace Richardson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 82.

Christopher Baillie Rickard, AIF Regimental Service Number: 129.

Sydney George Ernest Robson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 133.

Leopold James Cecil Roskams, AIF Regimental Service Number: 132.

William Allardice Ross, AIF Regimental Service Number: 130.

Harold Rush, AIF Regimental Service Number: 152.

Jack Wentworth Russell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 131.

Ralph Elliot Rutherford, AIF Regimental Service Number: 191.

Frederick Salmond, AIF Regimental Service Number: 137.

Frank William Scrivens, AIF Regimental Service Number: 79.

Clarence Shepherd, AIF Regimental Service Number: 157.

Guy Trevarton Sholl, AIF Regimental Service Number: 135.

William John Snudden, AIF Regimental Service Number: 147.

William James Roy Sowden, AIF Regimental Service Number: 538.

David Norman Sparks, AIF Regimental Service Number: 162.

Forrest Stevenson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 136.

Frank Eric Throssell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 64

Thomas John Todd, Officer.

Levi Elworthy Treasure, AIF Regimental Service Number: 204.

Robert Edmends Tree, AIF Regimental Service Number: 184.

Alexander Phipps Turnbull, AIF Regimental Service Number: 164.

Leonard Woodward Turner, AIF Regimental Service Number: 777.

Robert Tweedie, AIF Regimental Service Number: 144.

Frederick Walker, AIF Regimental Service Number: 171.

Harold Henry Walton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 192.

Walter Frederick Weatherall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 155.

Max Wheeler, AIF Regimental Service Number: 529.

Edwin James White, AIF Regimental Service Number: 143.

James Thomas Wilkerson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 71.

Charles Hartley Williams, AIF Regimental Service Number: 145.

William Walter Williams, AIF Regimental Service Number: 512.

John Yates, AIF Regimental Service Number: 92.



The full Embarkation Roll for the 10th LHR Headquarters Section may by downloaded from the Australian War Memorial at the following address:


AWM8, 10/15/1 - 10 LHR [Light Horse Regiment] (February 1915)

 

Further Reading:

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, History 

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Contents 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation:  "A" Squadron

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 6 May 2009 9:25 PM EADT
Monday, 2 February 2009
10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation: "B" Squadron
Topic: AIF - 3B - 10 LHR

10th LHR, AIF

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Embarkation: "B" Squadron.

 

Embarkation Information.

The 10th LHR "B" Squadron embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915. The ship was:

 HMAT A47 Mashobra

[See: His Majesty's Australian Transports [HMAT] Ships, A47.

 

The men.

The following is a list in alphbetical order of the men who comprised the Headquarters Section of the 10th LHR and are recorded on the embarkation rolls as having embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia on 8 February 1915.

In listing the men, they are only identified by full name and AIF Regimental Service Number or as an officer as their rank status fluctuated often, even at embarkation, making it an impossible to give each man their correct rank on embarkation. Officers were not given a service number during the Great War. [See: The Australian Light Horse - Structure, Regimental Service Number.]

 

Frank James Anderson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 221.

Stanley Gordon Andrews, AIF Regimental Service Number: 234.

Percival William Armstrong, AIF Regimental Service Number: 233.

William John Baker, AIF Regimental Service Number: 235.

Ernest George Beard, AIF Regimental Service Number: 236.

Charles William Beswick, AIF Regimental Service Number: 237.

Arthur John Thomas Biggs, AIF Regimental Service Number: 240.

Roy Bishop, AIF Regimental Service Number: 241.

Charles Henry Edward Blackman, AIF Regimental Service Number: 354.

Reginald John Branley, AIF Regimental Service Number: 242.

Thomas James Brown, AIF Regimental Service Number: 239.

Allan Leighton Browne, AIF Regimental Service Number: 238.

Frederick Ernest Bruce, AIF Regimental Service Number: 243.

Thomas Buckingham, AIF Regimental Service Number: 244.

Henri Buland, AIF Regimental Service Number: 353.

Irwin Carleton Burges, AIF Regimental Service Number: 222.

John Campbell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 247.

Robert Campbell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 248.

James Herbert Cannon, AIF Regimental Service Number: 249.

Charles John Carlson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 250.

John Henry Choyce, AIF Regimental Service Number: 355.

George Cockburn, AIF Regimental Service Number: 533.

William Courtney Coe, AIF Regimental Service Number: 257.

James Arthu Compston, AIF Regimental Service Number: 253.

George Joseph Connolly, AIF Regimental Service Number: 245.

Arthur Ambrose Cook, AIF Regimental Service Number: 255.

John Cooper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 246.

Harry Corker, AIF Regimental Service Number: 252.

Leslie Craig, Officer. 

Thomas Crowe, AIF Regimental Service Number: 532.

Edward John Culloton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 256.

Joseph Percy Cutler, AIF Regimental Service Number: 258.

Eric Owen Davies, AIF Regimental Service Number: 260.

Edward Augustus Davis, AIF Regimental Service Number: 259.

George Day, AIF Regimental Service Number: 214.

George Parkman Debnam, AIF Regimental Service Number: 261.

Edward William Doherty, AIF Regimental Service Number: 230.

Timothy Driscoll, AIF Regimental Service Number: 262.

Percival Francis Dunn, AIF Regimental Service Number: 263.

John Eakins, AIF Regimental Service Number: 264.

Sydney Eaves, AIF Regimental Service Number: 265.

Victor Horace Edwards, AIF Regimental Service Number: 266.

James Maxwell Ferguson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 272.

David Henry Ferris, AIF Regimental Service Number: 270.

Jack Flux, AIF Regimental Service Number: 521.

Denroach Hubert Foss, AIF Regimental Service Number: 268.

Charles John Fowles, AIF Regimental Service Number: 271.

Philip George Franklyn, AIF Regimental Service Number: 267.

Roscoe Conkling Free, AIF Regimental Service Number: 356.

Henry Phillip Fry, Officer. 

Robert John Galvin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 273.

Ewan Hugh Thomas Gardiner, AIF Regimental Service Number: 269.

Charles Gilbert, AIF Regimental Service Number: 275.

John Godlee, AIF Regimental Service Number: 274.

Frank Daniel Gorey, AIF Regimental Service Number: 228.

Charles Gorringe, AIF Regimental Service Number: 277.

William Ernest Greedy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 276.

Clarence Stanley Nunn Grenville, AIF Regimental Service Number: 229.

Harold Joseph Hackett, AIF Regimental Service Number: 286.

Leslie John Hellier Hammond, AIF Regimental Service Number: 287.

Walter George Roy Hammond, AIF Regimental Service Number: 288.

William John Hampshire, AIF Regimental Service Number: 293.

Robert Gordon Hann, AIF Regimental Service Number: 285.

Richard Hardy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 284.

Harold White Harper, AIF Regimental Service Number: 216.

Geoffrey Gamet Hasfall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 217.

John Laing Hebiton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 291.

George Henderson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 289.

Alexander McPherson Hill, AIF Regimental Service Number: 290.

Henry Hill, AIF Regimental Service Number: 292.

Henry George Hill, AIF Regimental Service Number: 283.

Arthur John Hornsey, AIF Regimental Service Number: 280.

St John Atkinson Horton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 282.

Edmund Roy Howell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 281.

Clarence Edward Hutton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 279.

William Samuel Johnson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 294.

Sydney St Maur Johnston, AIF Regimental Service Number: 295.

Thomas Anderson Kidd, Officer. 

Noel Doyle Kidson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 223.

Edward Nathan Knight, AIF Regimental Service Number: 296.

Allan Ernest Albert Lamond, AIF Regimental Service Number: 302.

Arthur John Lee, AIF Regimental Service Number: 215.

William Oliver Lewis, AIF Regimental Service Number: 298.

Joseph Allan Locke, AIF Regimental Service Number: 299.

Wilfred George Lovejoy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 300.

Albert Lumbers, AIF Regimental Service Number: 301.

Peter John Lynch, AIF Regimental Service Number: 297.

Colin Hendric Macbean, AIF Regimental Service Number: 220.

Reginald William Maccallum, AIF Regimental Service Number: 225.

Henry Charles Maccormack, AIF Regimental Service Number: 314.

Edmund Macgregor, AIF Regimental Service Number: 317.

Frederick James Macgregor, AIF Regimental Service Number: 315.

Alexander Macintyre, AIF Regimental Service Number: 316.

John Abington Macleod, AIF Regimental Service Number: 318.

Henry Maclachlan Macnee, AIF Regimental Service Number: 313.

Albert Alfred Martin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 308.

William Henry Mason, AIF Regimental Service Number: 307.

Robert John Mcadam, AIF Regimental Service Number: 311.

Ivanhoe Mccarthy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 312.

Richard William Mccorry, AIF Regimental Service Number: 309.

Michael Mcewan, AIF Regimental Service Number: 515.

Douglas Mcgowan, AIF Regimental Service Number: 310.

James Mckenna, AIF Regimental Service Number: 359.

Richard Henry Mellor, AIF Regimental Service Number: 306.

Thomas Bedford Mitchell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 512.

Percy Sutherland Mofflin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 227.

Jacques Mony, AIF Regimental Service Number: 358.

Horton Percy Moore, AIF Regimental Service Number: 303.

Herbert Cecil Moss, AIF Regimental Service Number: 304.

Herbert Edward Mundy, AIF Regimental Service Number: 305.

Julius Orlebar Murray-prior, AIF Regimental Service Number: 323.

Ernest Charles Myers, AIF Regimental Service Number: 232.

George Neilson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 319.

Clive Lanyon Nicholas, Officer. 

George Maynard Parkinson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 324.

Daniel Pearce, AIF Regimental Service Number: 322.

Arthur Albert Pearson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 325.

Adolphus Ernest Alfred Pfundt, AIF Regimental Service Number: 328.

Arthur Thomas Pitts, AIF Regimental Service Number: 327.

Thomas Francis Quailey, AIF Regimental Service Number: 329.

Alexander Rae, AIF Regimental Service Number: 331.

Allan Raeside, AIF Regimental Service Number: 330.

Frank Albert Rawlings, AIF Regimental Service Number: 231.

Thomas Alfred Reddell, AIF Regimental Service Number: 332.

Harold Roach, AIF Regimental Service Number: 335.

Charles Archibald Robinson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 333.

Edward James Rouse, AIF Regimental Service Number: 334.

Albert Ruwoldt, AIF Regimental Service Number: 336.

Heinrick Carl Ludwig Ruwoldt, AIF Regimental Service Number: 337.

Patrick Joseph Ryan, AIF Regimental Service Number: 338.

James Ryder, AIF Regimental Service Number: 218.

William Sanderson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 219.

Frederick Schmidt, AIF Regimental Service Number: 343.

Ernest Charles Gordon Scott, Officer. 

John Andrew Scott, AIF Regimental Service Number: 226.

Claude Augustus Sherwood, Officer. 

Albert Edward Slavin, AIF Regimental Service Number: 341.

Joseph Smith, AIF Regimental Service Number: 213.

Archibald Smythe, AIF Regimental Service Number: 340.

John Spingall, AIF Regimental Service Number: 212.

Alfred Streatfield, AIF Regimental Service Number: 347.

Albert Robert Strutton, AIF Regimental Service Number: 339.

William Thompson, AIF Regimental Service Number: 346.

Harold Thorn, AIF Regimental Service Number: 344.

Maurice Ethelred Tiernan, AIF Regimental Service Number: 345.

John Tipping, AIF Regimental Service Number: 525.

George Hadie Veitch, AIF Regimental Service Number: 348.

Patrick Richard Stewart Walford, AIF Regimental Service Number: 224.

Frederick Harold Weston, AIF Regimental Service Number: 357.

Lawrence Hamill White, AIF Regimental Service Number: 350.

Clive Theodore Williams, AIF Regimental Service Number: 505.

John George Williams, AIF Regimental Service Number: 351.

Philip Harding Williams, AIF Regimental Service Number: 534.



The full Embarkation Roll for the 10th LHR Headquarters Section may by downloaded from the Australian War Memorial at the following address:


AWM8, 10/15/1 - 10 LHR [Light Horse Regiment] (February 1915)

 

Further Reading:

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF, History 

10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Contents 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Embarkation:  "B" Squadron

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 6 May 2009 9:24 PM EADT

Newer | Latest | Older

Full Site Index


powered by FreeFind
Let us hear your story: You can tell your story, make a comment or ask for help on our forum.

Desert Column Forum

A note on copyright

The Australian Light Horse Studies Centre is a not for profit and non profit group whose sole aim is to write the early history of the Australian Light Horse from 1900 - 1920. It is privately funded and the information is provided by the individuals within the group and while permission for the use of the material has been given for this site for these items by various donors, the residual and actual copyright for these items, should there be any, resides exclusively with the donors. The information on this site is freely available for private research use only and if used as such, should be appropriately acknowledged. To assist in this process, each item has a citation attached at the bottom for referencing purposes.

Please Note: No express or implied permission is given for commercial use of the information contained within this site.

A note to copyright holders

The Australian Light Horse Studies Centre has made every endeavour to contact copyright holders of material digitised for this blog and website and where appropriate, permission is still being sought for these items. Where replies were not received, or where the copyright owner has not been able to be traced, or where the permission is still being sought, the Australian Light Horse Studies Centre has decided, in good faith, to proceed with digitisation and publication. Australian Light Horse Studies Centre would be happy to hear from copyright owners at any time to discuss usage of this item.

Contact

Australian Light Horse Studies Centre

eXTReMe Tracker