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Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Contents
Topic: AIF - AASC

AASC

Australian Army Service Corps

Contents

 

 

Items:

Outline

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Outline

 

Embarkation Rolls

Embarkation Rolls

 

Issues

AASC Reinforcements not recorded on the Embarkation Rolls 

 

Personnel

7545 Driver Walter John Watson 

 

 

Roll of Honour

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour 

Lest We Forget 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Army Service Corps

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 9 March 2011 4:23 PM EAST
Tuesday, 9 March 2010
Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Outline
Topic: AIF - AASC

AASC

Australian Army Service Corps

Outline

 

 

Army Service Corps.

The corps, which by the very nature of its work, is one of the most important units in the Commonwealth, was formed in New South Wales 1891 by the transfer of a half-dozen or so men from the 1st Regiment, now the 1st Australian Infantry Regiment. With its small personnel at that time the duties devolving on the corps were extremely arduous, and, in fact, they covered far more branches of work than could at the present time be legitimately included in its scope. But its usefulness was quickly recognised by the authorities, and within a few years of its establishment it was placed on a far more satisfactory footing.

 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Army Service Corps

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Outline

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 9 March 2011 2:59 PM EAST
Monday, 9 February 2009
Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour
Topic: AIF - AASC

AASC

Australian Army Service Corps

Roll of Honour

 

Poppies on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial, Canberra

 

The Roll of Honour contains the names of all the men known to have served at one time with the Australian Army Service Corps (AASC) and gave their lives in service of Australia, whether as part of the Australian Army Service Corps (AASC) or another unit.

 

Roll of Honour

 

Alfred Richard ANDREWARTHA, Australian Army Service Corps 2nd Field Bakery, Drowned, 14 December 1918

Ernest Sydney ASHEN, Australian Army Service Corps 8th Company 1st Division Supply Column, Died of Disease, 9 October 1917

 

John BELL, Australian Army Service Corps 9th Company 1st Division Supply Column, Died of Disease, 11 December 1919

Eric Ashley BROAD, Motor Transport Section Australian Army Service Corps, Died of Disease, 20 January 1919

 

Jules CAMOIN, Australian Army Service Corps, Died of Disease, 19 April 1918

Eric CASTLE, Australian Army Service Corps 1st Division Train, Died of Disease, 26 October 1915

Frederick COAD, Australian Army Service Corps 23rd Company 2nd Division Supply Column, Died of Disease, 8 February 1921

John Theodore COUSINS, Australian Army Service Corps, 4th Company, Died of Disease, 5 December 1920

 

Thomas ELCOATE, 4th Battalion, Australian Machine Gun Corps late Driver Australian Army Service Corps, 2nd Light Horse Brigade Train, Died of Wounds, 9 August 1918

Alex Forsythe EVANS, 10th Motor Transport Section Australian Army Service Corps, Died of Disease, 1 February 1921

 

Sydney Whitaker HOLMES, Australian Army Service Corps 7th Company 1st Division Train, Died of Disease, 29 January 1916

 

William Henry LETT, Australian Army Service Corps, Died of Disease, 5 May 1920

 

Herbert John PELHAM, Australian Army Service Corps 1st Company 1st Division Train, Died of Accident, 18 June 1915

Frederick James PRICE, Australian Army Service Corps 8th Company 1st Division Supply Column, Died of Disease, 9 August 1918

Robert Norbert REIDY, Australian Army Service Corps, Depot 7, Died of Disease, 2 November 1914

 

John Pritchard SCHULZ, Australian Army Service Corps 3rd Motor Transport Company, Died of Disease, 3 December 1920

 

Herbert Mapleton THORPE, Australian Army Service Corps 5th Supply Section 2nd Brigade Australian Light Horse, Killed in Action, 17 April 1917

 

David WILLIAMSON, Australian Army Service Corps 1st Division Supply Column, Died of Wounds, 14 May 1915

Robert WOOD, Australian Army Service Corps, Died of Accident, 5 October 1916

 

Lest We Forget 

 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Army Service Corps

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 9 March 2011 2:34 PM EAST
Monday, 28 July 2008
AASC Reinforcements not recorded on the Embarkation Rolls
Topic: AIF - AASC

AASC

Australian Army Service Corps

AASC Reinforcements not recorded on the Embarkation Rolls

 

 

During the Great War, when the AIF was being transported overseas, the Military authorities required a centralised information system to record those soldiers who embarked. The reason for this was simple. The men embarked from various ports all around Australia which created a disparate and uncollated circumstance. Men who subsequently made claims for overseas service could not be readily checked. To ensure that all the various administrative offices of the various Military Districts had the same data about the men, the massive task of constructing Embarkation Rolls began. Once collected, they were printed by the government printer and made available to all relevant offices.

In undertaking this task, errors crept in. Men might have fallen sick or deserted but still were recorded on the Embarkation Roll. Men with similar names might be omitted. There are cases of men on active service being wrongly identified as deserters because of mistakes on the Embarkation Roll. But for all its many failings, the Embarkation Rolls are one of the most important and useful documents in undertaking research upon soldiers in the AIF.

One of the errors is now about to be corrected. The following is a list of identified men who enlisted in the AIF and embarked for service as Australian Army Service Corps reinforcements but were never recorded on the Embarkation Rolls.

 

7529 Driver Arthur James BAILIE, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7526 Driver Leo Stanley BOYLE, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7541 Driver William David BRISTOW, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7548 Driver Clarence Morten BUTTERS, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7511 Driver Alexander CLARK, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7547 Driver Archie McKenzie DANN, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7533 Driver Timothy John JENSEN, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7512 Driver Horace Manuel LAWRENCE, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7513 Driver Hugh Hay MacINTOSH, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

12980 Driver Victor McLEAN, Australian Army Service Corps October Reinforcements

7516 Driver Alexander MacMILLAN, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7543 Driver William John MAGOR, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7514 Driver Geoffrey Osborn MAWBY, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7531 Pte Donald McKINNON, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7515 Driver Alexander Stewart MOLLISON, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7527 Driver Charles Leslie NEVILLE, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7528 Driver Albert Victor REIN, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

12982 Pte Harold SCARCE, Australian Army Service Corps October Reinforcements

7530 Pte Percy William STANGER, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7544 Driver Donald Malcolm THOMPSON, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7532 Pte Jack Kettle THRUCHLY, 2 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (6th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7545 Driver Walter John WATSON, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7546 Driver Joseph WHELAN, 3 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (12th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

7517 Driver William Aubrey WILLETT, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

7518 Driver Alexander YOUNG, 1 Light Horse Brigade Train 11th Reinforcements (5th Company Australian Army Service Corps)

 

Few of these men remained in Egypt with the AASC. Most went onto France with other units.

 

Acknowledgement: This list was largely drawn up from the research of Steven Becker who has given permission for its production. 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Army Service Corps

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: AASC Reinforcements not recorded on the Embarkation Rolls

Posted by Project Leader at 11:40 PM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 9 March 2011 2:43 PM EAST
Wednesday, 23 July 2008
Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Walter John Watson's Letter
Topic: AIF - AASC

AASC

Australian Army Service Corps

Walter John Watson's Letter

 

Post card sent by Walter John Watson

 

 

7545 Driver Walter John Watson

While in Egypt as part of the 12 Company Australian Army Service Corps, and allotted to the 3rd Light Horse Brigade Train, 7545 Driver Walter John Watson sent this hand coloured post card to a female friend in Australia by the name of Nellie who has a friend called Mollie.

The letter reads:

"Dear Nellie,

A few words to let you know I have not forgotten you and hope you are keeping well.  No further news about going to the front yet so I am having a good look around while I have the opportunity.  Remember me to Mollie and best wishes to you both.

Yours truely Walter"

 

7545 Driver Walter John Watson originally saw two years service prior to the Great War as a member of the 48th (Kooyong) Infantry Regiment. He enlisted on 10 July 1915 and embarked for Egypt later that year as part of the AASC. While the 3rd Light Horse Brigade was at Gallipoli, the Details Camp remained at Helioplis where Watson arrived. After the evacuation of Gallipoli, the Australian and New Zealand forces were re-organised for transfer to France. The bulk of Light Horse reinforcements at the time were transferred into mainly artillery formations although a few went into the infantry. Watson went to France and finally ended up as a driver with the 4th Field Artillery Brigade. His war ended early with a double hernia caused by war service which resulted in him being repatriated to Australia on 12 May 1918.

 

 

Further Reading:

Australian Army Service Corps

Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), Walter John Watson's Letter

Posted by Project Leader at 11:32 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 9 March 2011 2:40 PM EAST

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