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Wednesday, 30 June 2004
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Contents
Topic: Militia - LHS - 24/9

24th ALH

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Contents

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]
South Australian Mounted Rifles [1899 - 1903]
17th (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1912 - 1919]
9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1919 - 1936]
9/23 Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1936 - 1942]
9th Motor Regiment, Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1942 - 1943]
3/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1952 - ]


 

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse Badge

 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. 9.

 

9th LIGHT HORSE (FLINDERS LIGHT HORSE).

The birth of the present regiment owes its origin to the formation, in 1895, of TWO TROOPS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CAVALRY (LANCERS).

By 1899 those troops had evolved into the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MOUNTED RIFLES (active) and (reserve). The former was composed of No. 1 Squadron Adelaide; No. 2 Yankalilla, Second Valley, Inman Valley and Port Victor; and No. 3 Squadron at Jamestown, Port Germein and Spalding. The Reserve Squadron, (No.4) raised at Mount Gambier and Wallaroo.

In 1901 Nos. 2 to 7 Squadrons formed the Reserve portion of the South .South Australian Mounted Rifles until the Federal re-organization of 1903 when Nos. 3, 6 and 7 Squadrons became the 17th AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT (SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MOUNTED RIFLES) under which title they carried on until 1912 when Nos. 1, 2, and 3 Squadrons of the 17th were designated 24th LIGHT HORSE (S.A.M.R.) remaining as such until 1913 when the territorial title was altered to 24th (FLINDERS) LIGHT HORSE.

They were subjected to another change in 1918 when the 24th became the 9th (FLINDERS) LIGHT HORSE, carrying on until 1930, when they again altered their designation to 9th LIGHT HORSE (FLINDERS LIGHT HORSE).

 

Items

Regimental Structure 1903 -1912

This section explores the evolution of the Regiment from its first origins as parts of the South Australian Mounted Rifles. 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 1912.

 

South Australian Mounted Rifles

South Australian Mounted Rifles, June 1903

 

17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, December 1903
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1904 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1905 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1906 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1907 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1908 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1909 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1910 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, 1911 
17th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse, June 1912

 

Regimental Structure 1912 -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 1912 and follow though each year till 1920.

 

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1912

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1913

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1914

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1915

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1916

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1917

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1918

 

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1919

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1920

 

Roll of Honour

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse,  Roll of Honour

Lest we forget

 

Nominal Roll of Service in the Great War

Nominal Roll contains the names of all the men known to have served at one time with the 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse who undertook service for Australia during the Great War.

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Service in the Great War

 

Further Reading:

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Contents


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Saturday, 5 June 2010 12:28 PM EADT
Tuesday, 29 June 2004
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Roll of Honour
Topic: Militia - LHS - 24/9

24th ALH

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

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 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse and gave their lives in service of Australia during the Great War.

 

Roll of Honour

 

Edward James BALDWIN, 6th Field Artillery Brigade, Died of Wounds, 5 September 1917.

Anthony Ray Edward BURFORD, 32nd Battalion, Killed in Action, 20 July 1916.

William Claude BURFORD, 4th Pioneer Battalion, Killed in Action, 3 August 1916.

 

Philip Ignatius CALLARY, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 29 August 1915.

Clarence Alfred CLIFT, 50th Battalion, Killed in Action, 16 August 1916.

 

Sydney William ESTICK, 10th Battalion, Killed in Action, 30 May 1918.

 

Frank William HARDING, 27th Battalion, Killed in Action, 20 September 1917.

Albert Fred HASS, 10th Battalion, Killed in Action, 21 September 1917.

John Leslie HOPPING, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 30 June 1915.

 

James Terence JENNER, Y4A Medium Trench Mortar Battery, Killed in Action, 3 May 1917.

Herbert JENNISON, 50th Battalion, Killed in Action, 2 April 1917.

 

Norman Arthur LAMMING, 44th Battalion, Killed in Action, 4 October 1917.

William Nelson LAWRENCE, 50th Battalion, Killed in Action, 2 April 1917.

 

Brian McKENNA, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 19 April 1917.

Albert MIELL, 9th Light Horse Regiment, Killed in Action, 7 August 1915.

Gilbert Cecil MUNDAY, 27th Battalion, Killed in Action, 5 May 1916.

 

George NUGENT, 13th Battalion, Died of Wounds, 7 July 1918.

 

Harry Peace SAMPSON, 43rd Battalion, Killed in Action, 27 February 1917.

Frederick William SANDFORD, 32nd Battalion, Died of Wounds, 23 March 1918.

 

Richard David VENABLES, 27th Battalion, Killed in Action, 29 June 1918.

 

Lest We Forget

 

 

Further Reading:

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse,  Roll of Honour


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Thursday, 3 June 2010 7:32 PM EADT
Monday, 28 June 2004
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Service in the Great War
Topic: Militia - LHS - 24/9

24th ALH

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Service in the Great War

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]
South Australian Mounted Rifles [1899 - 1903]
17th (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1912 - 1919]
9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1919 - 1936]
9th/23rd Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1936 - 1942]
9th Motor Regiment, Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1942 - 1943]
3rd/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1952 - ]


 

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse Badge

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Service in the Great War 

The following Nominal Roll contains the names of all the men known to have served at one time with the 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse who undertook service for Australia during the Great War. Each entry details the full name of the man, his service number and rank upon enlistment, and finally the unit in which the man was allotted prior to embarkation.

 

Finding more about a service person.

See: Navigating the National Archives Service File 

 

Nominal Roll of Service in the Great War

 

77 Private William Thomas ACOTT, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

 

30678 Driver Edward James BALDWIN, 6th Field Artillery Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel Reginald Robert BALDWIN, Sea Transport Service.

Honorary Major James Edward BARRETT, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

3406 Sergeant William Edgar Maxwell BLIGHT, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

Second Lieutenant Archibald Harold BRAY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

Lieutenant Joseph Johnson BROOKS, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

580 Private Charles James BROWN, 13th Light Horse Regiment.

3042 Private Anthony Ray Edward BURFORD, 27th Infantry Battalion.

728 Company Sergeant Majory William Claude BURFORD, 12th Infantry Battalion.

 

Lieutenant Philip Ignatius CALLARY, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

1057 Private Charles Leonard CARTER, Imperial Camel Corps.

Dr Captain Arthur Ross CLAYTON, 1st Australian General Hospital.

3788 Private Clarence Alfred CLIFT, 27th Infantry Battalion.

Lieutenant Harold James COPLEY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

 

3683 Private Andrew James DARMODY, 7th Field Artillery Brigade.

497 Private Lindsay DAVIDSON, 11th Light Horse Regiment.

Dr Captain Dean DAWSON, Australian Army Medical Corps officers.

Second Lieutenant Edwin Cooper DERRINGTON, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

Second Lieutenant Archibald DICK, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

 

6743 Private Sydney William ESTICK, 10th Infantry Battalion.

 

63 Private Francis Walter FRY, 10th Infantry Battalion.

 

1129 Private Clarence Leslie GOODFELLOW, 11th Light Horse Regiment.

 

5584 Private Frank William HARDING, 27th Infantry Battalion.

6948 Private Albert Fred HASS, 10th Infantry Battalion.

2426 Private Antonio HAUBER, 48th Infantry Battalion.

Second Lieutenant Arden Seymour HAWKER, Draft Officers.

Major Thomas George HEMING, 43rd Infantry Battalion.

15245 Sapper William HEPBURN, 32nd Infantry Battalion.

134 Private John Leslie HOPPING, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

 

1867 Private James Terence JENNER, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

2531 Private Herbert JENNISON, 50th Infantry Battalion.

 

3328 Private Leo Vincent KELLY, 43rd Infantry Battalion.

2226 Private David Lewis KEY, 5th Pioneer Battalion.

15 Private Martin Edward Oscar KIRBY, 12th Light Horse Regiment.

 

1933 Private Norman Arthur LAMMING, 44th Infantry Battalion.

604 Private William Nelson LAWRENCE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

62285 Acting Corporal Edwin LONGMIRE, 5th General Service Reinforcements, South Australia.

538 Private Charles LOWN, 11th Light Horse Regiment.

 

3125 Private Claude Ephraim MAJOR, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

513 Armourer Sergeant John Edmund MARTIN, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

1100 2nd Aircraft Mechanic William Edward MARTIN, 4th Squadron, Australian Flying Corps.

895 Private Edgar Ernest MATTHEWS, 11th Light Horse Regiment.

218 Sergeant John Carroll McCARTHY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

328 Private William Bell McDONALD, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

227 Corporal Brian McGLINCHEY, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

804 Private Brian McKENNA, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

12 Signaller Francis Louis McKENZIE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

442 Driver Roderick McKINNON, 10th Infantry Battalion.

526 Private Alexander Bruce McVICAR, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

Second Lieutenant Duncan MENZIES, 48th Infantry Battalion.

Lieutenant Colonel Albert MIELL, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

2134 Acting Corporal Robert Harold MILLS, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

Captain John Thomas MORAN, Sea Transport Service.

1055 Private Peter MORGAN, Imperial Camel Corps.

326 Private Frederick Pengelly MORTIMORE, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

Second Lieutenant Algernon MOSSOP, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

873 Private Gilbert Cecil MUNDAY, 27th Infantry Battalion.

 

2586 Private George Henry Joseph NEWMAN, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

316 Corporal Harry Gregory NOBLETT, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

Lieutenant George NUGENT, 13th Infantry Battalion.

Lieutenant William Edward Hill PASCOE, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

1137 Private William Herbert PENNA, 11th Light Horse Regiment.

 

1594 Private Leslie Roy QUINTRELL, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

 

50506 Acting Corporal Louis Clifton ROBERTS, 1st General Service Reinforcements, South Australia.

17063 Sapper Archibald Dugald ROBERTSON, 5th Divisional Signalling Company.

Captain Harold Edward ROWELL, 43rd Infantry Battalion.

 

213 Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant Frederick SAMPSON, 3rd Light Horse Regiment.

2261 Private Harry Peace SAMPSON, 43rd Infantry Battalion.

4366 Private Frederick William SANDFORD, 27th Infantry Battalion.

194 Driver John Joseph SHERRIDAN, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

Lieutenant Frederick William STANTON, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

898 Corporal Richard Duncan STIMSON, 11th Light Horse Regiment.

 

2594 Acting Sergeant Richard Charles Vandyke TEMPLE, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

Lieutenant Arthur John THOMPSON, 48th Infantry Battalion.

 

6904 Private Richard David VENABLES, 27th Infantry Battalion.

734 Private Eric Boswell VINE, 1st Remounts.

 

Vet Captain William Robert Bruce WAKEHAM, 1st Remounts.

Lieutenant Alexander Joseph WATT, 9th Light Horse Regiment.

62373 Private Edward William Richard WILSON, 5th General Service Reinforcements, South Australia.

 

 

Sources Used:

National Archives Service File.

Embarkation Roll, AWM8, Class 10, Light Horse.

Nominal Roll, AWM133, Nominal Roll of Australian Imperial Force who left Australia for service abroad, 1914-1918 War.

Collected Records of Steve Becker.

 

Acknowledgement: Many thanks to Steve Becker who provided much of the raw material that appears in this item.

 

 

Further Reading:

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse,  Roll of Honour

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, Service in the Great War


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 8 June 2010 1:22 PM EADT
Sunday, 6 June 2004
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1912
Topic: Militia - LHS - 24/9

24th ALH

24th Australian (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Light Horse

1912

 

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]
South Australian Mounted Rifles [1899 - 1903]
17th (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1912 - 1919]
9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1919 - 1936]
9/23 Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1936 - 1942]
9th Motor Regiment, Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1942 - 1943]
3/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1952 - ]


Pro Gloria et Honore 

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse Badge

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

District

Northern South Australia

Brigade

8th Brigade

Headquarters

Port Pirie

Honorary Colonel

Vacant

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel Albert Miell, 27 December 1912, Boer War Veteran, Tenure of Command from 1 July 1912 to 30 June 1917

Second in Command

Captain Peter Joseph Walsh, 9 September 1912.

Adjutant

Second Lieutenant Richard Harry Sampson, 23 January 1911.

Quartermaster

Honorary Lieutenant John Clarence Scotcher, 9 December 1912.

Medical Officer

Captain Arthur Ross Clayton, 4 November 1912.

Veterinary Officer

Vacant

Supernumerary Officers

Second Lieutenant Joseph Johnston Brooks, 14 August 1911.

Second Lieutenant Frederick Allan Forbes, 28 August 1911.

Area Officers 

Captain James Edward Barrett, 1 November 1910.

Captain Thomas George Heming, Boer War Veteran, 1 November 1910.

Second Lieutenant Harold Edward Rowell, 14 August 1908.

 

Machine Gun Section

Crystal Brook

Second Lieutenant Thomas William Richardson Forgan, 17 September 1908.

 

"A" Squadron, Port Pirie - Crystal Brook - Laura - Wirrabara - Wanderah

Lieutenant David Baird Wilson, 14 February 1894.

Second Lieutenant Richard Harry Sampson, 23 January 1911.

Second Lieutenant Peter Sinclair O'Shaughnessy, 9 December 1912.

 


"B" Squadron, Jamestown - Petersburg - Yongola - Orroroo - Broken Hill

Lieutenant Frederick Phillips Keats, 22 August 1910.

Lieutenant Horatio Abner Toop, 18 December 1911.

Lieutenant Alexander David Mitchell, 1 April 1912.

Second Lieutenant Ernest Leslie Johnston, 15 August 1910.

Second Lieutenant James Alexander Sampson, 27 February 1911.

Second Lieutenant David Gardyne Stuart Lindsay, 6 March 1911.

Second Lieutenant Harold James Copley, 13 March 1911.

 

 

"C" Squadron, Kadina - Moonta - Wallaroo - Clare - Balaklava

Lieutenant Howard Trafalgar Whittle, 25 April 1900.

Second Lieutenant George Mills Shepherd, 28 October 1912.

Second Lieutenant Arthur John Thompson, 9 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant Tom Mitchell Young, 23 December 1912.

 

 

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Further Reading:

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1912


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Thursday, 3 June 2010 4:53 PM EADT
Saturday, 5 June 2004
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1913
Topic: Militia - LHS - 24/9

24th ALH

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

1913

 

Adelaide Cavalry Squadron [1841 - 1844]
Adelaide Mounted Rifles [1844 - 1899]
South Australian Mounted Rifles [1899 - 1903]
17th (South Australian Mounted Rifles) Australian Light Horse [1903 - 1912]
24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1912 - 1919]
9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1919 - 1936]
9/23 Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1936 - 1942]
9th Motor Regiment, Australian (Flinders) Light Horse [1942 - 1943]
3/9th South Australian Mounted Rifles [1952 - ]


Pro Gloria et Honore 

9th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse Badge

 South Africa 1899 - 1902

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

 

District

Northern South Australia

Brigade

8th Brigade

Headquarters

Port Pirie

Honorary Colonel

Vacant

Commanding Officer

Lieutenant Colonel Albert Miell, 27 December 1912, Boer War Veteran, Tenure of Command from 1 July 1912 to 30 June 1917

Second in Command

Captain Peter Joseph Walsh, 9 September 1912.

Adjutant

Lieutenant John Thomas Moran, Army and Instructional Staff, Boer War Veteran, 1 February 1911.

Quartermaster

Honorary Lieutenant John Clarence Scotcher, 9 December 1912.

Medical Officer

Captain Arthur Ross Clayton, 4 November 1912.

Veterinary Officer

Vacant

Supernumerary Officers

Second Lieutenant Edwin Cooper Derrington, 24 September 1913.

Area Officers 

Captain James Edward Barrett, 1 November 1910.

Captain Thomas George Heming, Boer War Veteran, 1 November 1910.

Lieutenant Harold Edward Rowell, 16 February 1913.

 

Machine Gun Section

Crystal Brook

Lieutenant Thomas William Richardson Forgan, 16 February 1913.

 

"A" Squadron, Port Pirie - Crystal Brook - Laura - Wirrabara - Wanderah

Lieutenant Horatio Abner Toop, 18 December 1911.

Lieutenant David Baird Wilson, 14 February 1894.

Second Lieutenant Richard Harry Sampson, 23 January 1911.

Second Lieutenant James Alexander Sampson, 27 February 1911.

Second Lieutenant Peter Sinclair O'Shaughnessy, 9 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant Silas Stuart Searle, 28 February 1913.

Second Lieutenant Alexander Joseph Watt, 28 February 1913.

 

 
"B" Squadron, Jamestown - Petersburg - Broken Hill

Lieutenant Alexander David Mitchell, 1 April 1912.

Lieutenant George Nugent, Boer War Veteran, 16 February 1913.

Lieutenant Joseph Johnston Brooks, 16 May 1913.

Second Lieutenant Philip Ignatius Callary, 31 March 1913.

 

 

"C" Squadron, Clare - Balaklava - Kadina - Wallaroo - Maitland

Second Lieutenant Arthur John Thompson, 9 December 1912.

Second Lieutenant Archibald Harold Bray, 1 September 1913.

Second Lieutenant Archie Dick, 16 November 1913.

 

 

Previous:  24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1912

Next: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1914

 

Further Reading:

24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse

Militia Light Horse, South Australia

Australian Militia Light Horse

 


Citation: 24th Australian (Flinders) Light Horse, 1913


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Thursday, 3 June 2010 4:41 PM EADT

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