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Friday, 30 April 2004
18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse, Contents
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th/25th/10th ALH

18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

Contents

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952]
10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo - Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

South Africa 1899 - 1902 

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

 

Western Australian Mounted Infantry

History

The Western Australian Mounted Infantry or known by its common acronym, the “WAMI”. The Regiment was raised on 7 June 1900 as a consolidated mounted formation incorporating the volunteer cavalry units scattered around the southern region of the state of Western Australia. Into the fold came the Bunbury Rifle Volunteers, Mounted Infantry Section which itself was only formed on 20 January 1900 as the mounted section for the Bunbury Rifle Volunteers. This squadron sized formation drew on Troops located at Bunbury, Harvey, Donnybrook and Brunswick Junction. Another squadron came from the Pinjarra Mounted Infantry. Pinjarra had a long tradition of mounted units although none survived. The Pinjarra Mounted Infantry began on 1 March 1900 while the third squadron came from the Geraldton Mounted Infantry which was formed on 1 April 1900. A fourth squadron was created after June 1900 based around the Perth metropolitan area.

After the Commonwealth reorganisation of 1903, the Regiment was renamed to the 18th Australian Light Horse Regiment but still retained the Western Australian Mounted Infantry territorial title within its name. Similarly with the introduction of universal training in 1912, the reorganisation of that year brought with is a name change to 25th Australian Light Horse Regiment but again, the Regiment retained the Western Australian Mounted Infantry territorial title.

During the Great War, the WAMI formed the basis for recruiting the AIF Western Australian Regiment, the 10th Light Horse Regiment. This formation served in Egypt, Gallipoli, the Sinai, Palestine and Syria. On return of the Regiment in 1919, it was decided to retain this name in the Militia Regiment and so another name change occurred and henceforth the 25th was known as the 10th (WAMI) Light Horse Regiment, a name it has retained through all different permutations of this unit until the current day.

 

Brazier

Training by Lieutenant Colonel Noel Murray Brazier, 1914 

 

Regimental Structure 1900-1920

This section explores the evolution of the Regiment from its first origins as a Commonwealth formation. Each year maps the movement of men and often locations of the various Squadrons and Troops. To get the flavour of the Regiment, it is best to begin the journey at 1900 and follow though each year till the end.

Western Australian Mounted Infantry

Western Australian Mounted Infantry, 1900

Western Australian Mounted Infantry, 1901

Western Australian Mounted Infantry, 1902

Western Australian Mounted Infantry, June 1903

 

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1903

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1904

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1905

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1906

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1907

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1908

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1909

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1910

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1911

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, June 1912

 

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, December 1912

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1913

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1914

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1915

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1916

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1917

25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1918

 

10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1919

10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1920

 

 

Further Reading:

18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

West Australian Militia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation:  18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse, Contents


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Saturday, 10 July 2010 2:37 PM EADT
Monday, 19 April 2004
Western Australian Mounted Infantry, 1900
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

WAMI

Western Australian Mounted Infantry

1900

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952]
10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo

Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

 

The Western Australian Mounted Infantry


Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel 

Vacant

Commanding Officer 

Captain NJ Moore, Acting Commanding Officer

Adjutant 

Captain ES Wisdom

Quartermaster

Vacant

Medical Officer

 Lieutenant O Burkitt

 

 

"A"  (Bunbury Rifle Volunteers, Mounted Infantry Section) Squadron, 1900.

 

"A"  (Bunbury Rifle Volunteers, Mounted Infantry Section) Squadron,Bunbury - Busselton- Donnybrook - Karridale - Brunswick Junction.

Captain NJ Moore 

Lieutenant H Davies

Lieutenant AE Thomas

Second Lieutenant LH Spencer

 

 

The Cannington Troop, 1900.

 

"B"  (Pinjarra Mounted Infantry) Squadron, Pinjarra - Harvey- Cannington.

Lieutenant J W Clydesdale

 

"C"  (Geraldton Mounted Infantry) Squadron, Geraldton - Northampton - Greenhough - Dongarra

Second Lieutenant WE Oliver

Second Lieutenant JC Kidd

Second Lieutenant JW Harvey

Second Lieutenant FEM Davis

Second Lieutenant CH Garratt

 

"D"  Squadron, Perth - Fremantle - Newcastle - Northam

Lieutenant SJ Chipper

 

 

Previous: 18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

Next: Western Australian Mounted Infantry, 1901

 

 

Further Reading:

18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

West Australian Militia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: Western Australian Mounted Infantry, 1900

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2010 4:23 PM EADT
Friday, 16 April 2004
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, December 1903
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th ALH

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

December 1903

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952] 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo

Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

 

District

Western Australia

Brigade

6th Brigade, South Australia and Western Australia

Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel

Vacant

Commanding Officer

Captain NJ Moore, Acting Commanding Officer 

Adjutant

Captain ES Wisdom

Quartermaster

Vacant

Medical Officer

 Lieutenant O Burkitt

Veterinary Officer

Vacant
 
 
1st Perth - Fremantle Squadron
Lieutenant SJ Chipper

Lieutenant AJ Love (25 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant H  Farmer (Hon Lieutenant)

Second Lieutenant JM Barry (27 October 1903)

Second Lieutenant HG Luttrell, 1 November 1903

 

2nd Bunbury - Pinjarra - Cannington Squadron

Captain NJ Moore 

Lieutenant H Davies

Lieutenant AE Thomas

Second Lieutenant LH Spencer

 

3rd Northampton - Nawaba - Greenhough - Dongarra Squadron

Lieutenant EA Strachan (25 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant CF Butler (1 December 1903)

 

4th Northam - Newcastle Squadron

Second Lieutenant WE Oliver

Second Lieutenant JC Kidd

Second Lieutenant JW Harvey

Second Lieutenant FEM Davis

Second Lieutenant CH Garratt

 

Unknown Allottments

Lieutenant NM Malcolm

Second Lieutenant HA Campbell

Second Lieutenant HF Throssell

 


Previous: Western Australian Mounted Infantry, June 1903

Next: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1904

 

Further Reading:

18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

West Australian Militia

Australian Militia Light Horse

  


Citation: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, December 1903

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2010 9:28 AM EADT
Thursday, 15 April 2004
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1904
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th ALH

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

1904

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952] 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo

Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia
 

District

Western Australia

Brigade

6th Brigade, South Australia and Western Australia

Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel

Vacant

Commanding Officer

Captain NJ Moore, Acting Commanding Officer    

Adjutant

Captain ES Wisdom

Quartermaster

Vacant

Medical Officer

  Lieutenant SC Joel

Veterinary Officer

Captain AE Le Souef
 
 

1st Perth - Fremantle Squadron

Lieutenant SJ Chipper

Lieutenant AJ Love (25 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant JM Barry (27 October 1903)

Second Lieutenant H  Farmer (Hon Lieutenant)

Second Lieutenant HG Luttrell (1 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant K Eastman (20 April 1904)

 

2nd Bunbury - Pinjarra - Harvey Squadron

Captain NJ Moore 

Lieutenant H Davies

Lieutenant AE Thomas

Second Lieutenant LH Spencer

 

3rd Northampton - Nawaba - Greenhough - Dongarra Squadron

Lieutenant EA Strachan (25 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant CF Butler (1 December 1903)

 

4th Northam - Newcastle Squadron

Second Lieutenant FEM Davis 

Second Lieutenant CH Garratt

Second Lieutenant JW Harvey

Second Lieutenant JC Kidd

 

 

Previous: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, December 1903

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Further Reading:

18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

West Australian Militia

Australian Militia Light Horse

  


Citation: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1904

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2010 9:19 AM EADT
Wednesday, 14 April 2004
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1905
Topic: Militia - LHW-18/25/10

18th ALH

18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse

1905

Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1900 - 1903]
18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
25th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1912 - 1918]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Recce Battalion [1918 - 1942]
10th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse [1942 - 1944]
"A" Squadron 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1948 - 1952] 10th Western Australian Mounted Infantry [1952 - ]

Spectemur Agendo

Let us be judged by our deeds

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia

 

District

Western Australia

Brigade

6th Brigade, South Australia and Western Australia

Headquarters

Perth

Honorary Colonel 

The Honorable Sir Arthur Lawley, KCMG

Commanding Officer 

Vacant
Major NJ Moore, Acting Commanding Officer  
Second in Command
Captain ES Wisdom 

Adjutant 

Vacant

Quartermaster 

Vacant

Medical Officer

 Lieutenant SC Joel (27 June 1904)

Veterinary Officer

Captain AE Le Souef

 

 

1st Perth - Fremantle Squadron

Lieutenant AJ Love (25 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant SS Bignell (9 May 1905)

Second Lieutenant RR Garland (Honorary Lieutenant) (9 May 1905)

2nd Bunbury - Pinjarra - Harvey Squadron
Lieutenant H Davies

Second Lieutenant WHA Phillips (9 August 1904)
Second Lieutenant K Eastman (20 April 1904)
Second Lieutenant G Clifton (15 February 1905)

Second Lieutenant LC Timperley (20 March 1905)

 

3rd Northampton - Nawaba - Greenhough - Dongarra Squadron

Lieutenant EA Strachan (25 November 1903)

Second Lieutenant CF Butler (1 December 1903)

Second Lieutenant HJ Ogilvy (18 July 1904)

4th Northam - Newcastle Squadron

Second Lieutenant FEM Davis

Second Lieutenant CH Garratt

Second Lieutenant JW Harvey

Second Lieutenant JC Kidd

Second Lieutenant WE Oliver
 
 

Previous: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1904

Next: 18th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1906

 

Further Reading:

18th/25th/10th Australian Light Horse

West Australian Militia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 118th (Western Australian Mounted Infantry) Australian Light Horse, 1905

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 30 June 2010 9:08 AM EADT

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