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Saturday, 20 September 2003
4th Australian Commonwealth Horse (Vic), Contents
Topic: BW - Vic - 4ACH

4th ACH (Vic)

4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria

Contents

 

Items

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse Victoria, Outline 

4th Australian Commonwealth Horse (Vic), Nominal Roll

 

Roll of Honour

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria , Roll of Honour
Lest we forget

 

 

Further Reading:

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria , Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse (Vic), Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 14 March 2012 4:19 PM EADT
Friday, 19 September 2003
Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse Victoria, Outline
Topic: BW - Vic - 4ACH

4th ACH (NSW)

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse Victoria

Outline

 

Lieutenant Colonel George Jamieson JOHNSTON, Commanding Officer for the 4th ACH.

 

In 1911, Lieutenant-Colonel P. L. Murray, produced a marvellous Boer War reference detailing all the contingents sent from Australia to South Africa, giving a brief history of the formation and finally, listing all the soldiers who saw service in South Africa with that unit. The book was called, Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. It is now the standard reference and starting place for any person interested in pursuing information about Australian involvement in the Boer War.

Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, p. 318.

 

The Fourth Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse - Victorian Units.

A Battalion organised upon the same system as the Second, except that its establishment consisted of two companies from Victoria, one from South Australia, and one from Western Australia.

For details of pay, establishment, and clothing, vide; 2nd Battalion. The battalion staff prior to embarkation, also comprised a Lieutenant quartermaster (Western Australian Officer), making six officers in all, plus a chaplain. In the other battalion the quartermaster had come with the Western Australian unit.


Departure and Return

The battalion staff and Victorian units embarked on 26th March, 1902, comprising 17 officers, 235 others, with 375 horses. One died; 2 officers, 30 others were struck of in South Africa; 15 officers, 204 others returned.

SS Templemore at Fremantle, 8 April 1902

 

Service

The Battalion staff and Victorian units left in the transport Templemore, on 26th March, 1902. On 2nd April, arrived at Adelaide, and received the South Australian squadron; proceeded to Fremantle, and there, on 7th, half the West Australian squadron was embarked; the remainder to follow in the transport Englishman.

Arrived at Durban on 22nd April, and disembarked on the following morning . Encamped at the Show Grounds until 24th; than entrained to Newcastle, Natal, and arrived on 26th, and encamped at Kitchener’s Kop on the veldt, about 3 miles from the town. On 27th, the battalion was inspected by General Burn-Murdoch, Commandant. On 10th May, paraded at 2 a.m., and proceeded by order to Wool’s bridge, Buffalo River, where some Boer delegates were to cross on their way to Vergeeniging, the scene of the peace conference.

On 13th, started to march for Volkrust, Transvaal, thence to entrain for Elandsfontein, which was arrived at on the 18th; and there the battalion remained until 24th June, during which time it was engaged in refitting, sending sick horses to sick horse farms, and obtaining remounts. On 28th May, General Oliphant inspected tho battalion, and spoke in complimentary terms of the drill, and the cleanliness of the horse lines. On 1st June, news was received of the peace proclamation: subsequently officially confirmed, with a notification that every NCO and man was to receive 1s. 6d. worth of field stores, free, from the Field Force canteens – a concession to the troops which is said to have cost $20,000. On 7th June, a squadron, under Captain Collins, proceeded to Pretoria to take part in the service which was held next day to celebrate the cessation of hostilities. The Commanding Officer, the Second in Command, the Adjutant, and Captains Thorn and Macdonald also attended.

On 23rd, all homes were handed in to the remount depot. On 24th, the battalion entrained for Newcastle, arriving on 25th, and encamping on their former ground. Here the Australian troops were mobilizing previous to their return. On 28th, three officers and about 250 NCO’s and men of the battalion entrained for Durban, there to embark on the Manchester Merchant; these were followed on 2nd July by ten officers, to join the Britannic. The remainder were ordered to embark in the Norfolk on 7th; but this transport being unable to accommodate all, Colonel Johnston and Lieutenant Robertson, with the balance, took passage by the Drayton Grange, which arrived at Port Melbourne on 7th August.


War Service

Many of tho officers (as also N.C.O.’s and men) had seen previous service: vide nominal roll, also under various Contingents. Those who had not, received the Queen’s Medal with two clasps.


 

Further Reading:

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria , Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse Victoria, Outline

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 14 March 2012 4:18 PM EADT
Thursday, 18 September 2003
Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria, Nominal Roll
Topic: BW - Vic - 4ACH

4th ACH (Vic) 

4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria

Nominal Roll

 

In 1911, Lieutenant-Colonel P. L. Murray, produced a marvellous Boer War reference detailing all the contingents sent from Australia to South Africa, giving a brief history of the formation and finally, listing all the soldiers who saw service in South Africa with that unit. The book was called, Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. It is now the standard reference and starting place for any person interested in pursuing information about Australian involvement in the Boer War.

Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 319 - 323.

 

4th Australian Commonwealth Horse (Vic)



2424 Lance Corporal James Ignatius ABBERTON

2255 Private Magnus Miller AITKEN

2423 Private Henry Albert AMOTT

2256 Private Percival William Henry ANDERSON

2254 Private James Ernest Lorraine ARMSTRONG
 
Lieutenant Harry Stephen BAILEY

2268 Private William Thomas BANDY

2261 Private Guy BARAGWANATH

2267 Saddler Walter BEER

2264 Private Edward Norman BELCHER

2257 Private Henry George BENNET

2262 Corporal Michael BOURKE

2263 Private Charles BRADY

2411 Private William Henry BRAND

2258 Private Frank BRODERICK

2269 Private Alexander BROWN

2412 Private George BROWN

2265 Private Victor BRUMLEY

2260 Private James BULLOCK

2202 Sergeant William Joseph BURGESS

2266 Sergeant Archie BUTLER

2234 Corporal Charles Henry Felix BUTLER

2270 Private Herbert Augustus Kingsbury BUTLER

2259 Private Vivian George BUTLER
 
2210 Private Robert Knaggs CALCUTT

2278 Corporal Ewen Anthony CAMERON

2277 Private William Kennedy CAMERON

2275 Lance Corporal James William CAMPBELL

2253 Sergeant Norman CAMPBELL

2203 Corporal Peter Charles CANTLON

2281 Private Walter Eastwood CARSON

2272 Private John Patrick CASSIDY

2274 Private Alfred James CATTANACH

2279 Private Archibald CHARLESON

2282 Private Henry Clement CHUDLEIGH

Lieutenant Cyril Wilberforce St. John CLARKE

2276 Private Ernest Hislop CLARKE

2236 Private George Lewis CLEEVES

2273 Private John CLINTON

2418 Trumpeter William COLEMAN

2235 Private William COLLINS

2233 Private David George COLLISTER

2271 Private Arthur James Poole COPE

2280 Private Frederick CREBER

2431 Private William Albert CROWE
 
2287 Private James Thomas DALDY

2243 Private Edwin Stewart DANIEL

2290 Sergeant Miles DARE

2283 Private Arthur DAVERN

2285 Private George Francis DAVEY

2288 Private Christopher DAVIDSON

2284 Private Isaac DAVIES

2208 Corporal William DAVIES

2286 Private Francis Carl August DEGNER

2206 Company Quartermaster Sergeant Stanley Fred Jenner DENNIS

2289 Private Charles Harold DIXON

2292 Corporal Joseph Allen DODD

2204 Private Mark Edward DONALDSON

2207 Private James DONNAN

2205 Private George Henry Allen DOUGLAS

2237 Private Robert George DUNCAN
 
2416 Lance Corporal William Aitken EADIE

2425 Private Walter ELLIOTT

2209 Company Quartermaster Sergeant James ELLIS

2293 Private Edward Patrick ENRIGHT
 
2298 Trumpeter Thomas FAWCETT

Lieutenant James Robertson FAWNS

2214 Private Augustus Theodore FERGUSON

2232 Private Henry FITZGIBBON

2435 Private Albert FLEGG

2296 Private James FLETCHER

2297 Lance Corporal Christopher FLYNN

2294 Private Walter Rufus FOWLER

2295 Private Charles James FOY
 
2300 Private Sampson Burton GADD

2244 Private Ambrose GEARY

2211 Corporal George Augustus GILBERT

2299 Private John GLASS

2307 Lance Corporal Huntley Campbell GORDON

2302 Shoeing Smith John George Gay GORDON

2301 Private Percival Thomas GRAHAM

2303 Private John Christopher GRANT
 
2219 Private Albert HALL

2224 Private George HARRIS

2248 Private Wright HARRIS

2430 Private John HARRISON

2309 Private Thomas James HARVEY

2314 Private George Connolly HAZLETT

Lieutenant John Walton HEALY

2291 Private Edward HEARNDEN

2311 Private Timothy Edward HEHIR

2419 Private William HENDERSON

2313 Private John HENNEBERY

2308 Trumpeter George Alexander HERSCHELL

2201 Private William Frederick HIBBERD

2306 Private William Henry HILL

2316 Private Fred JS HOAD

2305 Shoeing Smith George Ernest HODGINS

Lieutenant John James HOUSTON

2317 Private George Henry HUGHES

2304 Private Henry HUNT

2312 Private Thomas HURLE

2318 Shoeing Smith Herbert Alfred HUSSEY
 
2310 Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Norman Gerald JARRETT

2215 Sergeant George Edminston JEFFERY

2321 Private Dodsworth JEFFREYS

2323 Private Frederick Guin JEFFREYS

2320 Private Tasman JILLETT

Lieutenant Colonel George Jamieson JOHNSTON

Vet. Lieutenant David Thomas JONES

2322 Private George Joseph JONES

2428 Private Henry JONES

2319 Private William John JONES
 
2324 Private Samuel Francis KEATING

2217 Private Albert George KERR

2327 Private David KEYS

2326 Private Percival William KEYS

2325 Private William KILGOUR

2328 Private John Liddington KING

2434 Private Edward George KRONK
 
2333 Private James LEEKE

2329 Private John LEITH

2330 Private Joseph Herbert LINDSAY

2331 Private William Alfred LITTLEJOHN

2332 Private John George LOWES
 
2349 Lance Corporal Robert Bruce MACDONALD

Captain William MAILER

2340 Private Frederick Charles MARSDEN

2334 Lance Corporal William Francis MARSHALL

2216 Private William MASSIE

2351 Sergeant James MCALEER

2347 Private John Phillip MCDONALD

2352 Private Herbert MCFARLANE

2409 Private Jonathan MCINTOSH

2239 Private William MCKENZIE

2218 Private Daniel MCKEONE

2420 Private William James MCLAREN

2345 Private Leslie Gordon MCLEAN

2348 Private Neil Allen Thomas MCLEAN

2315 Private Norman MCLEOD

2346 Private Ernest Schultz MCMILLAN

2242 Sergeant James MCNULTY

2350 Private Albert Henry MCPHERSON

2426 Private Thomas Henry MEATCHEM

2337 Private James Andrew MIDDLETON

2249 Company Sergeant Major Percival Edwin MIDGLEY

2338 Private Lionel MILLAR

2341 Private George Graylin MILLER

2422 Private James Robert MILLS

2335 Private Robert MILLS

Chaplain Frank MILNE

2433 Private Albert Edwin MOIR

2342 Private David MOLLOY

2336 Private Henry MORRIS

2238 Private Duncan MORRISON

2344 Private James MORRISON

2408 Private Charles MULAVIN

2415 Private Frank MULAVIN

2429 Private James Hugh MUMFORD

2343 Private James MURPHY

2339 Shoeing Smith Alexander James MURRIE
 
2251 Private Joseph Francis NEGRI

2354 Private James Ernest NEWLAND

2221 Private William NEWLAND

2353 Private Robert Francis NICKOLS
 
2355 Private Arthur Edward O'CONNOR

2357 Private Paul OHLOFF

2356 Private Ernest OLD
 
2223 Private Wesley PARSONS

Major William George PATTERSON

Lieutenant John William PEARCE

2360 Private Lytton William PENNY

2245 Staff Sergeant Robert Bruce PETERS

2361 Corporal Charles Joseph PIERA

2222 Private Edward William PITTARD

2359 Private Henry Ernest POORE

2225 Corporal Peter James POST

2358 Private Charles Edward PRIME
 
2364 Private Paston Hubert REDE

2371 Farrier Sergeant Christopher REGAN

2370 Private Thomas Arthur RICHARDS

2362 Private Bernard RICHARDSON

2365 Private William John RICHARDSON

2367 Private Robert RILEY

2366 Private Frederick John ROBERTS

2369 Private Henry ROBERTS

2246 Private Edward Bruce ROBERTSON

2247 Private Robert Henry ROBERTSON

Lieutenant William St. Leonard ROBERTSON

2226 Private Albert Christopher ROBINS

Lieutenant Francis Charles RODD

2368 Private George ROSS

2363 Private Robert Cuthbertson ROSS

2432 Private James RYAN
 
2410 Private Ernest William SANDERS

2396 Private Edward SAUNDERS

2377 Private Garfield Ralph SAVIGE

2379 Private Joyce Henry SCHONELL

2373 Private James SHANNON

2213 Private Ernest Arthur SHARMAN

2375 Private Henry James SHARMAN

2378 Corporal Sydney Macalister SHARWOOD

2376 Private George Frederick Rainsford SHELDON

2380 Private Charles SHELDRAKE

2385 Private Patrick John SLATTERY

2252 Lance Corporal John Exley Crouther SLEDDON

2241 Farrier Sergeant William Henry SMITH

2382 Private Robert SOAR

2240 Warrant Officer Henry SOUTHBY

2228 Corporal William ST. JOHN

Captain Adam Richard STACPOOLE

2381 Private Herbert Nicol STAFF

2374 Private Frank STEPHENS

2212 Private Rowland Joseph STEPHENSON

2227 Private George Ingram STEVENSON

2229 Private James SUTHERLAND

2372 Private Archibald Robert Campbell SWAN
 
2230 Private Thomas Charles TAYLOR

2386 Private Charles Edward TEGART

2383 Private William John THOMAS

2384 Private George THOMSON

Captain George Francis THORN

2387 Private Arthur Edward TOWT

2421 Private Martin Edwards TREZISE

2388 Trumpeter William TURNER
 
2389 Shoeing Smith Ernest Henry VICKERY

2413 Private Leslie Moore VINCENT

2414 Private Rubin Jacob VINCENT
 
2231 Corporal Charles Frederick WALKER

2250 Private John WALLACE

2393 Private Reginald Moses WATSON

2394 Private Ernest WEILAND

2406 Private George Clement WELLS

2399 Private Thomas Arthur WELSFORD

2397 Shoeing Smith Robert WESTWOOD

2402 Sergeant Alexander Henry WHITE

2400 Private James Frederick WHITING

2220 Private Harrie WILKINS

2395 Private Frederick Ernest WILLCOCKSON

2391 Private Thomas WILLIAMS

2417 Saddler Wilfred Wall WILLIAMS

2403 Private Herbert Sydney Norman WILLS

2404 Private James Evan WILSON

2405 Private Percy WILSON

2392 Private Robert Muscott WILSON

2427 Private Frederick George WILTON

2401 Private James WITHERS

2390 Private Robert WITHERS

2398 Private William Joseph WITTINGSLOW
 
2407 Company Sergeant Major Francis YOUNG

 

 

Further Reading:

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria , Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria, Nominal Roll

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 14 March 2012 5:00 PM EADT
Wednesday, 17 September 2003
Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria, Roll of Honour
Topic: BW - Vic - 4ACH

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Australian Forces

Roll of Honour

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria


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 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria and gave their lives in service of Australia, whether as part of the 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria or another unit during the Boer War.

 

Roll of Honour

 

Frederick Guin JEFFREYS

 

Lest we forget

 

Further Reading:

4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 4th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria, Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 3 May 2010 11:14 PM EADT

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