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Sunday, 31 October 2004
10th/13th Australian Light Horse, Contents
Topic: Militia - LHV - 10/13

10th/13th ALH

10th/13th Australian Light Horse

Contents

Royal Volunteer Cavalry Regiment [1862 - 1863]
Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Horse (Hussars) [1863-1874]
Sandhurst Cavalry Troop [1884 - 1891]
Victorian Mounted Rifles [1885 - 1903]
10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
13th Australian (Gippsland) Light Horse [1912 - 1939]
13th/19th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1939 - 1940]
13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1941 - 1941]
13th Motor Regiment (Gippsland) Light Horse [1941 - 1943]
4/19th (Prince of Wales Light Horse) Armoured Regiment [1948 - 1960]
"A" Squadron, 4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse ARA [1960 - 1965]
4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse [1965 - ]

 

Loyal Till Death

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

 

History:

Extracted from RK Peacock, Evolution of Australian Light Horse Regiments 1841-1935, p. 13.

The Present regiment sprung from the Melbourne (Metropolitan) and the Southern (Dandanong) troops of the Royal Volunteer Cavalry Regiment raised in 1862. Through the years 1863 to 1874, these troops formed part of the Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Horse (Hussars). On the formation of the Victorian Mounted Rifles the Melbourne and Dandanong troops, although not identical, became identified with that organization, and carried on as such till 1903.

On the Federal re-organization of 1903, the Sale, Moe, Thorpdale and Warragul detachments of the Victorian Mounted Rifles, together with the Sale, Stratford, Rosedale, Cowwarr, Morwell, Wairagul Drouin and Dandenong detachments of the Victorian Rangers were formed into a mounted regiment and styled 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles) with numbers 1 to 4 Squadrons. This regiment in 1903 had an additional squadron attached known as the No. 5 Squadron raised from the Melbourne, Pakenham and Lilydale detachments of the Victorian Mounted Rifles. Also attached as No. 6 Squadron was a squadron of mounted men formed from a volunteer unit raised in 1900 and known as the Melbourne Cavalry.

In 1912, the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment and the attached squadrons united and all became the 13th Light Horse (Victorian Mounted Rifles). During 1913 the territorial title was allotted to it and the regiment became the 13th (Gippsland) Light Horse it continued as such until the year 1921 when the 13th together with part of the 2/3rd Pioneer Regiment were formed into the 13th Light Horse Regiment ( Gippsland Light Horse).

 

1903 Reorganisation, Victoria

The Sale, Stratford. Rosedale, Cowwarr, Dandenong, Morwell, Warragul, and Drouin Detachments of Victorian Rangers, together with the Sale, Moe, Thorpdale, and Warragul Detachments of Victorian Mounted Rifles, to be formed into the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles). The Melbourne, Pakenham, and Lilydale Detachments of Victorian Mounted Rifles to be formed into one squadron of Australian Light Horse, and attached to the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles).

 

Items

Regimental Structure 1903 -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 1903 and follow though each year till the end.

10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment

10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, December 1903
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1904
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1905
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1906
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1907
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1908
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1909
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1910
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1911
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, June 1912

 

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment 

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, December 1912

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1913

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1914

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1915

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1916

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1917

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1918

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1919

13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1920 


 

Roll of Honour

10th/13th Australian Light Horse, Roll of Honour

Lest we forget. 

 

Further Reading:

10th/13th Australian Light Horse

10th/13th Australian Light Horse, Roll of Honour

Victorian Mounted Rifles

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 10th/13th Australian Light Horse, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 25 June 2010 11:33 AM EADT
Saturday, 16 October 2004
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse, December 1903
Topic: Militia - LHV - 10/13

10th ALH

10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

December 1903

Royal Volunteer Cavalry Regiment [1862 - 1863]
Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Horse (Hussars) [1863-1874]
Sandhurst Cavalry Troop [1884 - 1891]
Victorian Mounted Rifles [1885 - 1903]
10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
13th Australian (Gippsland) Light Horse [1912 - 1939]
13th/19th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1939 - 1940]
13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1941 - 1941]
13th Motor Regiment (Gippsland) Light Horse [1941 - 1943]
4/19th (Prince of Wales Light Horse) Armoured Regiment [1948 - 1960]
"A" Squadron, 4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse ARA [1960 - 1965]
4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse [1965 - ]

 

Loyal Till Death

 

1903 Reorganisation, Victoria

The Sale, Stratford. Rosedale, Cowwarr, Dandenong, Morwell, Warragul, and Drouin Detachments of Victorian Rangers, together with the Sale, Moe, Thorpdale, and Warragul Detachments of Victorian Mounted Rifles, to be formed into the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles). The Melbourne, Pakenham, and Lilydale Detachments of Victorian Mounted Rifles to be formed into one squadron of Australian Light Horse, and attached to the 10th Australian Light Horse Regiment (Victorian Mounted Rifles).

 

District

Eastern Victoria

Brigade

4th Southern Victoria and Tasmania Brigade

Headquarters

Sale

Honorary Colonel

Vacant.

Commanding Officer

Major William Borthwick, 30 May 1903.

Adjutant

Vacant.

Quartermaster 

Vacant.

Medical Officer

Major Navroji Bamanji Gandevia, 30 May 1903.

 Veterinary Officer

Vacant.

 

 

1st Sale Squadron

Captain Archibald Lloyd, 30 September 1898.

Lieutenant William Allison Blair, 5 July 1900.

 

2nd Warragul - Drouin Squadron

Captain John Hall, 1 January 1903.

Lieutenant GJ Bell DSO, Honorary Captain, Boer War Veteran, 18 April 1903.


 
3rd Morwell - Moe Squadron

Major Robert Sillett, 26 October 1900.  

Lieutenant Joshua Dyson Farrar, 1 March 1899.

 

4th Geelong - Werribee Squadron

Lieutenant George Vernon Stephen, 25 September 1891.

Lieutenant Charles Stewart, 20 July 1894.

 
 
5th Melbourne - Pakenham - Lilydale (Garrison) Squadron

Captain Charles Edward Merrett, 8 April 1892.

Lieutenant Henry Windle Cleverden Smith, 20 July 1894.

Lieutenant William John Whitley Strong, Honorary Captain, Boer War Veteran, 8 October 1897.



6th Melbourne Squadron
Captain TF Umphelly, Honorary Major, Boer War Veteran, 25 October 1900.

Lieutenant Charles Seafield Ogilvy, 25 September 1891.

Lieutenant Alexander Rushall, 24 November 1901.

Lieutenant David Blair, 1 July 1903.

Lieutenant John Sheaton Gordon, 1 July 1903.
 

 

Previous: 10th/13th Australian Light Horse

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Further Reading:

10th/13th Australian Light Horse

Victorian Mounted Rifles

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, December 1903

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 9 May 2012 10:23 AM EADT
Friday, 15 October 2004
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse, 1904
Topic: Militia - LHV - 10/13

10th ALH

10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

1904

Royal Volunteer Cavalry Regiment [1862 - 1863]
Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Horse (Hussars) [1863-1874]
Sandhurst Cavalry Troop [1884 - 1891]
Victorian Mounted Rifles [1885 - 1903]
10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
13th Australian (Gippsland) Light Horse [1912 - 1939]
13th/19th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1939 - 1940]
13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1941 - 1941]
13th Motor Regiment (Gippsland) Light Horse [1941 - 1943]
4/19th (Prince of Wales Light Horse) Armoured Regiment [1948 - 1960]
"A" Squadron, 4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse ARA [1960 - 1965]
4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse [1965 - ]

 

Pro Gloria - For Glory


 

District

Eastern Victoria

 

Brigade

4th Southern Victoria and Tasmania Brigade

Headquarters

Sale

Honorary Colonel

Vacant.

Commanding Officer

Major W Borthwick, 30 May 1903.

Adjutant

Captain Charles Seafield Ogilvy, 1 January 1904.

Quartermaster 

Vacant.

Medical Officer

Major Navroji Bamanji Gandevia, 30 May 1903.

 Veterinary Officer

Lieutenant David Thomas Jones, Boer War Veteran, 5 March 1904.

 

 

1st Sale - Stratford - Dutson Squadron

Captain Archibald Lloyd, 30 September 1898.

Lieutenant William Allison Blair, 5 July 1900.

Second Lieutenant Hampton Alexander Gooch, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Henry Baylis, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Hamilton McDonald Fraser, 6 April 1904.

 

2nd Morwell - Moe - Thorpdale - Traralgon Squadron

Captain John Hall, 1 January 1903.

Lieutenant GJ Bell DSO, Honorary Captain, Boer War Veteran, 18 April 1903.

Second Lieutenant James Percival Tulloch, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Norman McLean, Boer War Veteran, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant John George Cornish Sutton, 18 April 1904.

Second Lieutenant Hugh George Essington Anstey, 17 May 1904.


 
3rd Warragul - Drouin - Yarragon Squadron

Captain George Vernon Stephen, 21 May 1904.

Lieutenant Joshua Dyson Farrar, 1 March 1899.

Second Lieutenant Walter Henry Manners McFarlane, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Malwyn Hayley A'Beckett, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant David James Wemyes McHaffie, 1 March 1904.

 

4th Geelong - Werribee Squadron


 
 
5th Melbourne - Pakenham - Berwick - Lilydale (Garrison) Squadron

Captain Charles Edward Merrett, 8 April 1892.

Lieutenant Henry Windle Cleverden Smith, 20 July 1894.

Lieutenant William John Whitley Strong, Honorary Captain, Boer War Veteran, 8 October 1897.

Second Lieutenant Edward Fitzgerald, 1 April 1904.



6th Melbourne (Garrison) Squadron
Lieutenant Alexander Rushall, 24 November 1901.

Lieutenant David Blair, 1 July 1903.

Lieutenant John Sheaton Gordon, 1 July 1903.
 

 

Previous: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, December 1903

Next: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1905

 

Further Reading:

10th/13th Australian Light Horse

Victorian Mounted Rifles

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1904

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 9 May 2012 10:24 AM EADT
Thursday, 14 October 2004
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1905
Topic: Militia - LHV - 10/13

10th ALH

10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

1905

Royal Volunteer Cavalry Regiment [1862 - 1863]
Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Horse (Hussars) [1863-1874]
Sandhurst Cavalry Troop [1884 - 1891]
Victorian Mounted Rifles [1885 - 1903]
10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
13th Australian (Gippsland) Light Horse [1912 - 1939]
13th/19th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1939 - 1940]
13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1941 - 1941]
13th Motor Regiment (Gippsland) Light Horse [1941 - 1943]
4/19th (Prince of Wales Light Horse) Armoured Regiment [1948 - 1960]
"A" Squadron, 4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse ARA [1960 - 1965]
4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse [1965 - ]

 

Pro Gloria - For Glory


 

District

Eastern Victoria

Brigade

4th Southern Victoria and Tasmania Brigade

Headquarters

Sale

Honorary Colonel

Vacant.

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel William Borthwick, VD, 24 December 1904.

Adjutant

Captain Charles Seafield Ogilvy, 1 January 1904.

Quartermaster 

Honorary Lieutenant John George Cornish Sutton, 18 April 1904.

Medical Officer

Major Navroji Bamanji Gandevia, 30 May 1903.

 Veterinary Officer

Lieutenant David Thomas Jones, Boer War Veteran, 5 March 1904.

 

 

1st Sale - Stratford - Dutson Squadron

Captain Archibald Lloyd, 30 September 1898.

Second Lieutenant Hampton Alexander Gooch, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Henry Baylis, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant James Forsyth, 13 January 1905.

 

2nd Morwell - Moe - Thorpdale - Traralgon Squadron

Captain John Hall, 1 January 1903.

Second Lieutenant James Percival Tulloch, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Norman McLean, Boer War Veteran, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Hugh George Essington Anstey, 17 May 1904.


 
3rd Warragul - Drouin - Yarragon Squadron

Captain George Vernon Stephen, 21 May 1904.

Lieutenant Joshua Dyson Farrar, 1 March 1899.

Second Lieutenant Walter Henry Manners McFarlane, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Malwyn Hayley A'Beckett, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant David James Wemyes McHaffie, 1 March 1904.

Second Lieutenant Arthur Haywood A'Beckett, 1 March 1904.

 

4th Geelong - Werribee Squadron


 
 
5th Melbourne - Packenham - Berwick - Lilydale (Garrison) Squadron

Major Charles Edward Merrett, 1 January 1905.

Lieutenant Henry Windle Cleverden Smith, 20 July 1894.

Lieutenant William John Whitley Strong, Honorary Captain, Boer War Veteran, 8 October 1897.

Second Lieutenant Edward Fitzgerald, 1 April 1904.

Second Lieutenant Osborne O'Hara, 1 April 1904.



6th Melbourne (Garrison) Squadron
Captain Alexander Rushall, 1 January 1905.

Lieutenant David Blair, 1 July 1903.

Lieutenant John Sheaton Gordon, 1 July 1903.
 

 

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Further Reading:

10th/13th Australian Light Horse

Victorian Mounted Rifles

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1905

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Friday, 25 June 2010 11:43 AM EADT
Wednesday, 13 October 2004
10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse, 1906
Topic: Militia - LHV - 10/13

10th ALH

10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

1906

Royal Volunteer Cavalry Regiment [1862 - 1863]
Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Horse (Hussars) [1863-1874]
Sandhurst Cavalry Troop [1884 - 1891]
Victorian Mounted Rifles [1885 - 1903]
10th Australian (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
13th Australian (Gippsland) Light Horse [1912 - 1939]
13th/19th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1939 - 1940]
13th (Gippsland) Australian Light Horse Regiment [1941 - 1941]
13th Motor Regiment (Gippsland) Light Horse [1941 - 1943]
4/19th (Prince of Wales Light Horse) Armoured Regiment [1948 - 1960]
"A" Squadron, 4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse ARA [1960 - 1965]
4/19th Prince of Wales Light Horse [1965 - ]

 

Pro Gloria - For Glory


 

District

Eastern Victoria

Brigade

4th Southern Victoria and Tasmania Brigade

Headquarters

Sale

Honorary Colonel

The Honorable William Pearson, MLC.

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel William Borthwick, VD, 24 December 1904.

Adjutant

Captain Charles Seafield Ogilvy, 1 January 1904.

Quartermaster 

Honorary Lieutenant John George Cornish Sutton, 18 April 1904.

Medical Officer

Major Navroji Bamanji Gandevia, 30 May 1903.

 Veterinary Officer

Lieutenant David Thomas Jones, Boer War Veteran, 5 March 1904.

 

 

1st Sale - Dutson - Stratford - Briagolong Squadron

Captain Archibald Lloyd, 30 September 1898.

Lieutenant Malwyn Hayley A'Beckett, 1 September 1905.

Lieutenant Henry Baylis, 21 May 1906.

Lieutenant James Forsyth, 21 May 1906.

Second Lieutenant Charles Stanley Bowen, 1 July 1905.

Second Lieutenant John Malcolm Borthwick, 15 March 1906.

 

2nd Morwell - Moe - Thorpdale - Traralgon Squadron

Captain John Hall, 1 January 1903.

Lieutenant Hampton Alexander Gooch, 1 September 1905.

Lieutenant Norman McLean, Boer War Veteran, 1 September 1905.

Lieutenant Hugh George Essington Anstey, 1 September 1905.

Second Lieutenant Benjamin Ronald, 6 June 1906.


 
3rd Warragul - Drouin - Yarragon Squadron

Captain George Vernon Stephen, 21 May 1904.

Lieutenant Joshua Dyson Farrar, 1 March 1899.

Lieutenant Walter Henry Manners McFarlane, 1 September 1905.

Lieutenant David James Wemyes McHaffie, 1 September 1905.

Lieutenant Arthur Haywood A'Beckett, 1 September 1905.

 

4th Geelong - Werribee Squadron


 
 
5th Melbourne - Packenham - Berwick - Lilydale (Garrison) Squadron

Major Charles Edward Merrett, 1 January 1905.

Captain George Steward, 14 August 1905.

Lieutenant Henry Windle Cleverden Smith, 20 July 1894.

Lieutenant Edward Fitzgerald, 1 September 1905.



6th Melbourne (Garrison) Squadron
Captain Alexander Rushall, 1 January 1905.

Lieutenant David Blair, 1 July 1903.

Lieutenant William John Whitley Strong, Honorary Captain, Boer War Veteran, 8 October 1897.

Lieutenant John Sheaton Gordon, 1 July 1903.
 

 

Previous: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1905

Next: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1907

 

Further Reading:

10th/13th Australian Light Horse

Victorian Mounted Rifles

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 10th (Victorian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse Regiment, 1906

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Friday, 25 June 2010 11:43 AM EADT

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