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Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Contents
Topic: BW - NSW - 5ACH

5th ACH (NSW) 

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

Contents

 

 

Items:

Outline

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse New South Wales, Outline

Nominal Roll

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Nominal Roll

 

 

 

Roll of Honour

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour

Lest we forget

 

 

Further Reading:

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 14 March 2012 10:09 AM EADT
Friday, 31 October 2003
Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse New South Wales, Outline
Topic: BW - NSW - 5ACH

5th ACH (NSW)

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse New South Wales

Outline

 

Lieutenant Colonel James William Macarthur ONSLOW, Commanding Officer for the 5th ACH.

[Town & Country Journal, 24 May 1902, p. 21.]

 

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. 184 - 185.



Fifth Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse.


This consisted of four squadrons, with the following establishment:

Staff—

1 Lieut-colonel,

1 major,

1 adjutant,

1 quartermaster,

1 medical officer,

1 veterinary Officer,

1 regimental sergeant-major,

1 quartermaster-sergeant,

1 O.R. sergeant.

Total:- 6 officers, 1 warrant-officer, 2 sergeants, with 9 horses.

 

Squadron of 4 troops -

1 major or captain,

4 subalterns,

1 squadron sergeant-major,

1 squadron quartermaster-sergeant,

4 sergeants,

1 sergeant-major,

3 shoeing-smiths,

1 saddler,

2 trumpeters,

6 corporals,

97 privates.

 

Total one squadron:-

5 officers, 6 sergeants, 5 artificers, 2 trumpeters, 103 rank and file—in all, 121, with an equal number of horses.

 

Total of battalion of 4 squadrons:-

26 officers, 1 warrant-officer, 26 sergeants, 20 artificers, 8 trumpeters, 412 rank and file; in all, 493, with 493 horses.



Organisation

It was resolved no longer to crests composite battalions representing different states, but to raise the whole corps in New South Wales on a territorial basis, in order to associate defined districts, and the military units existing in those districts, with each battalion, squadron, and troop. By such means it was considered the battalion would consist of officers and men who represented the state. Each squadron would represent a distinct district, and the troops in that district; and each troop would further represent a particular corps or military unit in a defined locality. Officerse and men would thus bring with them to the squadrons and troops so formed (representative of defined districts and the troops belonging to such districts), all the cohesion, comradeship, and local association which are such valuable elements in promoting the highest standard of discipline in the field, and gallantry before the enemy.

Enrolment, therefore, was carried out under the General Officer Commanding Commonwealth Forces, New South Wales, by the commissioned officers of regiment and squadrons of the districts and localities selected to furnish a quota of men; and, as soon as appointed, the officers commanding battalion, squadron, and troops assisted. Preference in selecting men was given:-

(1) to those then serving in existing military units in each of the districts named;

(2) to those who had served in South Africa;

(3) to civilians possessing the most valuable military qualities.

Enrolling officers were required to ascertain that the applicant fulfilled the required conditions, and that he was a suitable representative of the district troops; upon which he was furnished with a certificate and directed to present himself at the place of concentration of the squadron upon a given date. Candidates were then medically examined, tested in horsemanship and ride practice; and finally, if passed, enrolled and attested.

Upon this principle:-

"A" Squadron represented New South Wales Lancers and troops in localities covered by this regiment;

"B" Squadron - New South Wales Mounted Rides and troops in such localities;

"C" Squadron - Australian Horse and troops in localities covered by half this regiment;

"D" Squadron - Australian Horse and troops in localities covered by half this regiment.


The four “troops” into which each squadron was divided were thus recruited:-

"A" Squadron (Lancers)

1st Troop:-

Sydney squadron, enrolled at Sydney;

2nd Troop:-

Camden - Berry squadron, enrolled at Berry;

3rd Troop:-

Maitland, Singleton, and Newcastle squadron, enrolled at Newcastle;

4th Troop:-
Parramatta, Richmond, and Windsor squadron, enrolled at Parramatta.

"B” Squadron (Mounted Rifles)

1st Troop:-

Tenterfield, Inverell, Lismore, and Casino squadron, enrolled at Tenterfield;

2nd Troop:-

Bathurst, Molong squadron and Forbes half-squadron, enrolled at Bathurst;

3rd Troop:-

Picton - Camden squadron, enrolled at Camden;

4th Troop:-
Bega and Canterbury half - squndrons, enrolled at Canterbury.

 

"C" Squadron (Australian Horse)

1st Troop:-

Armidale, Glen-Innes squadron, enrolled at Armidale;

2nd Troop:-

Tamworth - Gunnedah squadron, enrolled at Tamworth;

3rd Troop:-

Scone, Belltrees, and Muswellbrook squadron, enrolled at Scone;

4th Troop:-
Mudgee, Lue, and Rylstone squadron, enrolled at Mudgee.

 

"D" Squadron (Australian Horse)

1st Troop:-

Goulburn squadron, enrolled at Goulburn;

2nd Troop:-

Braidwood - Araluen squadron, enrolled at Araluen;

3rd Troop:-

Bungendore and Michelago squadron, enrolled at Bungendore;

4th Troop:-
Gundagai, Cootamundra, and Murrumburrah squadron, enrolled at Murrumburrah.

Qualifications and Pay

Qualifications were:— Height, not less than 5 feet 3 inches; chest measurement, not less than 34- inches; age, not under 20; to pass medical examination; ride and shoot well; single men only, except in ease of senior N.C.O.’s of exceptional merit, who, if enlisted, were warned that their widows and children had claims on Patriotic Fund only, and not on Imperial funds, for pensions.

Pay and field allowances an for former Contingents.

Preference for horses was given to those bought by men who enrolled. Qualification: standard 15 to 15.3; age, 5 to 12 years.


Reference to Orders.

Pay and allowances .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902

Formation .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902

Equipment .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902

Enrolment .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902

Establishment .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902

Clothing and Equipment .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902

Embarkation .. District Order 159, of 9th April, 1902



Clothing, etc

Uniform consisted of brown FS jacket and pants, puttees, and hat. Equipped with bandoliers, and saddlery, and fully horsed.

 

The SS Columbian embarking from Sydney, 22 May 1902

[Town & Country Journal, 31 May 1902, p. 38.]

 

Service

The battalion embarked on transport Columbian at Sydney, on 22nd May, 1902, and disembarked on 18th June, at Durban. It comprised 22 officers, 465 other ranks, with 490 horses; 91 were struck off in South Africa, and 22 officers, 374 others, returned.

This splendid battalion had no chance of displaying its capabilities, the war having ended before its arrival. During its short stay in South Africa, half the battalion was stationed at Newcastle, Natal, and the other half at Durban, and subsequently at Gilletts, Natal.

The battalion again embarked at Durban on the transport Manchester Marshal on 1st July, and at Sydney on 1st August, 1902, having called at Albany, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Hobart on route.

 

Further Reading:

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse New South Wales, Outline

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 14 March 2012 10:20 AM EADT
Wednesday, 29 October 2003
5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Nominal Roll
Topic: BW - NSW - 5ACH

5th ACH (NSW) 

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales  

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. 186 - 194.

 

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

417 Trooper Wilfred ABBEY.

416 Trooper William Andrew AIKIN.

4 Trooper Stanley AKERS.

275 Trooper Charles Albert ALCORN.

254 Trooper Raymond Leslie ALCORN.

43 Lance Corporal Frank Barry Strauss ALDERSON.

107 Sqn.QMGen. George Edward ALEXANDER.

44 Trooper Daniel John ALLMAN.

253 Corporal Frederick Theodore ALLWOOD.

276 Trooper Herbert William AMBLER.

62 Trooper Thomas Samuel APPLEBY.

45 Sergeant Richard APPLEYARD.

352 Trooper Alfred William ARMSTRONG.

167 Trooper George Waddell ARMSTRONG.

335 Trooper Joseph John ARMSTRONG.

5 Trooper Robert Montgomery ARMSTRONG.

146 Trooper William James ARMSTRONG.

145 Trooper Wilson ARMSTRONG.

100 Trooper William Patrick ASHLEY.

129 Squadron Sergeant Major William ATKINSON.

226 Corporal Charles Henry ATTRILL.

46 Trooper Herbert AULIFF.

302 Lance Corporal Bernard Frank AURISCH.

61 Farrier Sergeant George AVON.

445 Trooper Thomas Bell AYRE.

 

6 Corporal Frank Cargill BAKER.

378 Corporal AH BARKER.

447 Trooper W BARRETT.

420 Trooper Donald Henry BARRINGTON.

147 Trooper Herbert Wilford BARTLEY.

Lieutenant John Douglas BATHGATE.

130 Lance Corporal William Edley BEACHAM.

406 Trooper William BEATTY.

405 Trooper Jacob BECKHOUSE.

419 Trooper James BECKHOUSE.

278 Trooper Clarence Edward BECKTON.

336 Trooper Walter George BEER.

Lieutenant George Lawaluk BELL.

408 Trooper Ernest Alexander BENNETT.

170 Lance Corporal Henry Stephen BENNETT.

169 Trooper Thomas BENTLEY.

338 Farrier Sergeant William Henry BERWICK.

339 Trooper William BLAKE.

90 Trooper George Manning BLUNDELL.

244 Trumpeter Charles Theodore BODE.

228 Corporal Robert Charles BOLGER.

Lieutenant Frederick Vincent BOSSLEY.

117 Trooper Sydney Burdekin BOSSLEY.

7 Trooper Henry William BOWEN.

337 Trooper Walter BOWER.

357 Trooper George Sydney BOWMAN.

277 Farrier Thomas BOWMAN.

446 Trooper F BOXALL.

280 Trooper James Edward BRACKEN.

281 Trooper Thomas Joseph BRASSELL.

377 Trooper Herbert BRIDGES.

279 Trooper Reginald William Finch BRODIE.

113 Trooper William Richard BRODIE.

407 Trooper F BROOKER.

94 Trooper George Alfred BROWN.

303 Corporal William Charles Agnew BROWN.

112 Trooper Charles Simon BROWNE.

83 Corporal Thomas James BROWNLEE.

255 Trooper Charles BULLEN.

418 Trooper Robert Hamilton BUNGATE.

206 Trooper Arthur Macaffie BURGE.

168 Trooper Theodore Frederick BURGESS.

8 Trooper John Stewart BURSTON.

199 Trooper Edgar William BUSH.

89 Trooper George BYRNE.

 

153 Trooper William CAHILL.

341 Trooper Duncan Alexander CAMERON.

326 Farrier Sergeant James CAMPBELL.

63 Trooper Thomas Broughton CARNE.

95 Trooper James CARRICK.

423 Trooper TEW CASE.

152 Trooper Edwin CASEY.

393 Trooper Michael CASSEY.

381 Trooper John Henry CHALKER.

392 Trooper William Arthur CHALKER.

380 Corporal William Edward CHALKER.

9 Trooper Frederic CHALLEN.

363 Trooper Arthur CHALMERS.

448 Trooper Arthur Joseph CHARLESWORTH.

121 Trooper Leslie CHATFIELD.

208 Trooper Julian CHILDS.

284 Trooper Henry Alexander CHISHOLM.

149 Trooper Charles Henry CLARK.

304 Farrier Ernest Martin CLARKE.

65 Trooper Joseph James CLARKE.

200 Trooper Lancelot Walter CLARKE.

151 Trooper Robert Henry CLARKE.

282 Trooper William Henry CLAY.

394 Trooper Walter CLAYTON.

171 Trooper Ernest CLEMSON.

131 Trooper Leslie Herbert COATES.

64 Trooper John Livingstone COGAN.

411 Trooper William COLES.

132 Trooper James Joseph COLLINS.

422 Trooper TJ COLLINS.

283 Trooper Thomas Joseph CONNAUGHTON.

66 Trooper Joseph William COOK.

148 Trooper William Henry CORTIS.

340 Trooper Henry Edward COUGHLIN.

99 Trooper Charles William Leslie CRAIG.

410 Trooper Robert Henry CRAIG.

Captain Frederick William Charlesworth CRANE.

379 Trooper Reginald Calder CRAWFORD.

409 Trooper FW CRESWICK.

150 Trooper Henry CRISP.

10 Sergeant Herbert Edward CRISP.

487 Trooper J CRITTLE.

229 Trooper Henry Wolsey CROUCH.

305 Trooper JF CURRAN.

325 Sergeant Joseph Michael CUSACK.

 

424 Trooper Edward DAFT.

154 Saddler Robert Joseph DARCY.

124 Trooper Arthur Edwin DARE.

133 Corporal George Allan DAVEY.

68 Trooper David Morgan DAVIES.

210 Trooper John Edward DAVIES.

201 Trooper John Northam DAVIES.

286 Trooper Edward James DAVIS.

209 Trooper Edwin DAVIS.

47 Trooper John Walter DAVIS.

285 Trooper Mathew DAVIS.

327 Trooper Richard DAVIS.

11 Trooper Arthur Thomas DAY.

48 Trooper John William DEAL.

123 Trooper Albert Joseph DEANE.

256 Sqn.Sgt.maj. Harry DEANE.

366 Trooper John DEMERY.

450 Trooper John DENNETT.

134 Trooper Leslie Thomas A DENNIS.

156 Trooper William DIAMOND.

Lieutenant BB DICKSON.

412 Trooper William DIXON.

12 Trooper Herbert Sydney DODDS.

174 Trooper Francis DONN.

358 Trooper Walter DORAN.

306 Trooper Francis DOUGLAS.

67 Trooper Oliver George DOUGLAS.

13 Trooper Walter Roland DRAYTON.

15 Sergeant Edwin Herbert DUFFY.

14 Trooper Oliver Andrew DUFFY.

425 Trooper Charles DUNLOP.

426 Trooper Robert DUNLOP.

395 Trooper James DUNN.

16 Corporal Richard Edwin DUNSTAN.

343 Trooper Victor Robert DWYER.

342 Trooper William DWYER.

 

69 Trooper Harry EATHER.

230 Trooper Henry William EDWARDS.

175 Trooper Charles EISENMANGER.

Captain William Frank EVERETT.

17 Trooper Frederick James EZZY.

 

70 Trooper Joseph James FARLOW.

328 Trooper Stanislaus Joseph FARRELL.

427 Trooper William Thomas FENN.

Lieutenant Leslie Edward FILNEY.

452 Trooper HW FINCH.

135 Farrier Sergeant William Henry FINCH.

331 Trooper Patrick FITZGERALD.

238 Trooper Thomas Joseph FOGARTY.

368 Trooper George FORAN.

136 Trooper David FORRESTER.

101 Trooper Walter FORSYTH.

428 Farrier Charles FOY.

176 Trooper Henry Campbell FRASER.

211 Trooper Innis FRASER.

137 Sergeant Samuel FRASER.

307 Trooper James Hooper FRENCH.

308 Trooper Oswald Ernest FRENCH.

157 Sergeant Alexander FRYER.

 

413 Trumpeter Noah GANDY.

120 Trooper William GARVAN.

239 Trooper Ivor Augustus GASKELL.

19 Trooper Harold GIBSON.

202 Trooper William John GILBERT.

257 Trooper George Francis GILLAN.

138 Corporal John Robert GILLFILLAN.

258 Trooper William Ephraim GIMBERT.

248 Trooper Philip Henry Macarthur GOLDFINCH.

414 Trooper AJ GOODMAN.

415 Trooper Hugh GORDON.

485 Trumpeter Arthur Horace Leslie GRAY.

18 Trooper Harry Arthur GREENTREE.

429 Trooper Leslie Augustus GRENENGER.

246 Trooper James GRIBBLE.

249 Trooper Walter T GRIFFIN.

285 Trooper Albert GRINSELL.

259 Trooper Robert GURD.

260 Trooper Henry GURRAN.

396 Farrier George William Bertie GUTTERSON.

397 Trooper William Henry GUY.

 

97 Trooper Stephen HADLOW.

179 Shoeing Smith Benjamin HAMILTON.

177 Trooper Henry George LR HARDY.

118 Trumpeter Victor John HARDY.

361 Sergeant Thomas HARKNESS.

310 Trooper Ernest Thomas HARRISON.

311 Trooper John Emanuel HARRISON.

309 Trooper Walter HARRISON.

496 Trooper JW HART.

116 Trooper William HATTON.

362 Trumpeter Theophilus Octavius HAWES.

231 Trooper Percival HAYDEN.

398 Trooper James HAYDON.

262 Trooper Richard HEAGNEY.

49 Farrier George HENDERSON.

20 Trooper Daniel Richard HIBBERT.

382 Sergeant Alexander HILL.

158 Trooper Arthur HILL.

488 Trooper AW HILL.

364 Trooper George HINDMARSH.

222 Trooper Edwin HOBBS.

221 Trooper Arthur Albert HOBDEN.

367 Trooper John Abraham HOCKING.

223 Trooper Edward John HOPKINS.

430 Trooper NF HOURN.

105 Trooper Edgar Robert HOWELL.

261 Trooper Percy Ince HUGHES.

178 Trooper Roland HUGHES.

159 Trumpeter Victor Russell HUGHES.

431 Squadron Sergeant Major Edward Wilson HUNT.

240 Trooper Norman Sydney HURLEY.

 

180 Saddler Arthur INGREY.

Lieutenant Percival Selwyn Long INNES.

 

28 Lance Corporal Herbert Joseph JACKSON.

181 Trooper Arthur JAMES.

353 Trooper William John JAMES.

263 Corporal William Jan JAMIESON.

434 Trooper George JEFFS.

50 Trumpeter Alfred Henry JOBSON.

433 Trooper Frank JOBSON.

224 Trooper Charles JOHNSTON.

432 Trooper TA JOHNSTON.

344 Trooper Norman JOHNSTONE.

312 Corporal Benjamin JONES.

453 Trooper Lance JONES.

160 Trooper Frederick William JUDGE.

 

435 Trooper Patrick John KEANE.

345 Trooper Henry KEEGAN.

213 Trooper James KELLY.

21 Trooper Michael Joseph KELLY.

212 Lance Corporal George Alexander KENNEDY.

313 Trooper John KENNEDY.

314 Trooper Clarence Paget KERR.

289 Trooper Sydney KERR.

22 Trooper Robert Edwin KING.

383 Sergeant Samuel KING.

119 Trooper Reginald Charles KIRKLAND.

454 Trooper AE KREAMER.

 

216 Trooper Albert LACEY.

73 Trooper John Henry LACEY.

72 Trooper Albert Mathew LACKEY.

23 Trooper Peter John LAMBKE.

436 Trooper RA LARGE.

346 Trooper Arthur John LARPENT.

456 Trooper Alfred LEDGER.

161 Trooper Charles Ernest LEGGE.

215 Trooper George LEIS.

315 Trooper Henry Herbert LEONARD.

24 Trooper Frederick Augustus LETHBRIDGE.

264 Trooper Hyman LEWIS.

86 Farrier Alfred LOFTS.

265 Trooper William Thomas LONSDALE.

51 Trooper Arthur Melbourne LOWE.

182 Trooper Bertie Murray LUTHER.

457 Trooper JW LYNCH.

139 Lance Sergeant Robert Thomas LYNCH.

384 Trooper Richard John LYNN.

214 Trooper Joseph LYONS.

399 Corporal W LYTTLETON.

 

400 Sergeant Duncan MACANSH.

106 Trooper Joseph Francis MACKEL.

489 Trooper Michael MAHER.

437 Trooper Edward MALLARD.

74 Trooper Raymond Robert MALLETT.

25 Trooper Charles MARKHAM.

163 Trooper Frederick William MARSDEN.

76 Trooper Albert Ernest MARTIN.

Lieutenant JHB MARTIN.

26 Trooper William George MARTIN.

Lieutenant WP MARTIN.

438 Trooper William Charles MATTHEWS.

184 Trooper William Stewart MAUNSELL.

203 Trooper George MAWKES.

440 Trooper Patrick Edward MCALLISTER.

140 Trooper Paul Albert MCANNALTY.

122 Trooper Robert James MCCANN.

28 Squadron Sergeant Major William Henry MCCORMAC.

242 Trooper Donald MCDONALD.

183 Trooper John MCDONALD.

162 Trooper William MCDONALD.

460 Trooper William Paul MCDONNELL.

292 Trooper Arthur Blair MCFERRAN.

290 Trooper Walter Reginald MCGOVERN.

494 Trooper AJ MCGOWAN.

Staff Sergeant James John MCGRATH.

141 Trooper John William MCGRATH.

439 Trooper Robert MCGRATH.

461 Trooper Thomas Bernard MCGUIRE.

269 Trooper James MCHUGH.

27 Trooper Alexander MCKENZIE.

348 Trooper Arthur MCKENZIE.

268 Trooper John Norman MCKENZIE.

232 Trooper Robert Henry MCKENZIE.

267 Trooper Hector Ronald MCLEAN.

441 Trooper WJ MCLEAN.

186 Trooper William MCLEOD.

385 Trooper Thomas James MCMAHON.

291 Trooper Robert Baker MCMILLAN.

91 Trooper Thomas MCNAMARA.

142 Saddler William MCNAMARA.

329 Trooper Robert MCNEILL.

114 Trooper Charles Malcolm MCPHEE.

77 Trooper John Wilks MCPHERSON.

188 Trooper Edward Ernest MEDCALF.

217 Trooper Francis MERCHANT.

187 Trooper John C Prosper de MESTRE.

52 Trooper Robert James MILLS.

29 Trooper John MISSINGHAM.

75 Trooper Robert MISSINGHAM.

347 Trooper Henry MOLLOY.

486 Sqn.QMSgt. Percy Hamilton MONKLEY.

458 Trooper Joseph Charles MOORE.

143 Trooper Robert Thomas MORGAN.

185 Trooper Osborn MORRICE.

354 Trooper Wilfred MORRISON.

266 Trooper Henry MORSON.

53 Trooper George MUNRO.

Regimental Sergeant Major Charles Thomas MURPHY.

495 Trooper Daniel MURPHY.

491 Trooper Henry MURPHY.

102 Trooper John James MURPHY.

490 Trooper William MURPHY.

243 Trooper Ernest MURRAY.

317 Trooper Henry Joseph MURRAY.

316 Trooper Alexander Patrick MURTAGH.

462 Trooper Kenrick William MYERS.

 

463 Trooper Albert NASH.

386 Trooper Arthur Joseph NEICH.

349 Farrier Thomas NEWMAN.

30 Corporal Alexander Douglas NICHOLSON.

189 Trooper Duncan NICHOLSON.

54 Trooper Robert NIMMETT.

293 Trooper Archibald H Fleming NORTH.

78 Trooper Charles NORTON.

 

Major William Edward O'BRIEN.

31 Trooper William Stephen O'BRIEN.

318 Trooper John O'CONNELL.

270 Trooper Sydney Livingstone OLDFIELD.

Lieutenant Colonel James William Macarthur ONSLOW.

190 Trooper George Edward ORDOYNE.

350 Saddler Albert OSMOND.

108 Saddler Thomas OSMOND.

387 Corporal Thomas Edward OVEREND.

 

103 Trooper Edwin PARKER.

191 Trooper Edward PARKINSON.

164 Trooper Lawrence PARNELL.

294 Trooper Henry John PARRY.

297 Trooper William Benjamin Henry PARTRIDGE.

464 Trooper E PAYTON.

324 Trooper Frederick John PERCIVAL.

295 Trooper Patrick PHELAN.

332 Trooper Herbert Alfred PIPE.

465 Trooper John POPE.

492 Trooper F POWELL.

296 Corporal Richard Ernest PRICE.

330 Trumpeter Leonard Clyde PROTT.

 

233 Trooper Charles QUIGLEY.

466 Trooper Henry QUINN.

32 Lance Corporal Terence QUINN.

 

33 Trooper Albert REEVES.

470 Trooper Robert David REID.

467 Trooper James Patrick RENEHAN.

469 Trooper Martin RENEHAN.

388 Farrier Michael Joseph RENEHAN.

271 Corporal Merwyn Claude RIDGE.

468 Trooper William James RILEY.

234 Trooper Percy RIXON.

98 Trooper Frederick ROBERTS.

109 Trooper Leslie ROBERTS.

319 Trooper Donald ROBERTSON.

351 Trooper Alfred Charles ROBINS.

34 Trooper Edwin ROBINSON.

389 Trooper Matthew William Charles ROBSON.

442 Farrier James ROGAN.

225 Shoeing Smith William ROSS.

204 Trooper Henry Lionel ROUSE.

499 Trooper James RUSH.

218 Trooper James Albert RYAN.

471 Trooper James Daniel RYAN.

360 Trooper Thomas RYAN.

79 Trooper William Augustus RYAN.

Lieutenant AO RYDER.

359 Sergeant Harold S RYRIE.

 

192 Trooper Robert Osenel SAMUELS.

235 Shoeing Smith Thomas Abraham SCHAFER.

111 Trooper Percy SCOTT.

298 Trooper Frederick SEE.

193 Lance Corporal Garnet Edward SEE.

320 Trooper Thomas SEWELL.

144 Sergeant Charles Woodford SHEARMAN.

474 Trooper Arthur Edward SHEEHAN.

473 Trooper Thomas SHENNECH.

166 Corporal William John SHIELDS.

455 Trooper George Augustus SIEBERT.

472 Trooper W SIMONS.

273 Sqn.QMSgt. Frederick Fowler SIMPSON.

55 Farrier Frank Leighton SINCLAIR.

57 Farrier Samuel SINCLAIR.

274 Trooper Henry Frederick SLAPP.

35 Trooper William Henry SLY.

196 Trooper Amos Anthony SMITH.

443 Sergeant CW SMITH.

56 Corporal David Owen Leslie SMITH.

36 Trooper Ernest Edward SMITH.

219 Trooper Henry Samuel SMITH.

205 Trooper James SMITH.

92 Trooper Harold Aubrey SMITHSON.

321 Trooper Oliver Edward SNELL.

Captain Ernest William Reading SOANE.

37 Trooper Philip James SOMER.

87 Trooper Robert Walter Brewer SOMERVILLE.

401 Trooper M SPARKS.

194 Trooper Bob STARLING.

165 Sergeant Graham STEWART.

475 Trooper John James STEWART.

322 Trooper Thomas STEWART.

195 Trooper Washington STIDOLPH.

299 Trooper John STILWELL.

498 Trooper John SULLIVAN.

274 Trooper Edward SWEENEY.

 

80 Trooper Sydney James TAIT.

365 Trooper Wesley Joseph TAYLOR.

323 Trooper William TAYLOR.

477 Corporal JB THOMPSON.

38 Trooper Henry THOROUGHGOOD.

333 Trooper Robert THRELFALL.

107 Trooper Alfred TURNER.

402 Trooper Leo John TYRRELL.

 

334 Trooper John Lachlan USSHER.

 

93 Sergeant William VANDENBERGH.

39 Trooper Charles William VANDERBERGH.

390 Trooper William Henry VERRENDER.

58 Corporal Robert VIVERS.

59 Trooper Algie VOLLER.

 

403 Trooper Thomas WALKER.

237 Trooper Edward Patrick WALL.

236 Lance Corporal John Felix WALL.

480 Trooper Robert Frederick WALTERS.

41 Trumpeter Robert Orlando WALTON.

481 Trooper Michael John Joseph WARE.

40 Trooper Harry Dunlop WAREHAM.

Barrie Gordon WATTS-PHILLIPS.

241 Trooper Francis WEBB.

444 Trooper W WEBB.

482 Trooper Edward Henry WEBBER.

82 Trooper Henry WEBBER.

81 Trooper Daniel WELLS.

478 Trooper Arthur WEST.

356 Trooper George WESTAWAY.

60 Sergeant Felix Edgar WHINFIELD.

479 Trooper Alfred WHITE.

483 Trooper Edward WHITE.

84 Trooper Francis William WHITE.

404 Trooper F WILLIAMS.

355 Trooper James WILLIAMS.

198 Trooper John WILLIAMS.

391 Sergeant Jonathan WILLIAMS.

197 Trooper William Charles WILLIAMS.

220 Trooper Arthur AE WOLSTENHOLME.

42 Trooper William George WOODWORTH.

110 Trooper Arthur WOOLLARD.

300 Trooper William Henry WORRAD.

497 Trooper Clifford EC WYNNE.

245 Trooper William Joseph WYNNE.

 

Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Edward YOUNG.

484 Trooper Hugh YOUNIE

 

 

Further Reading:

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Nominal Roll

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 13 July 2012 4:33 PM EADT
Tuesday, 28 October 2003
Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour
Topic: BW - NSW - 5ACH

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Australian Forces

Roll of Honour

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales 


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 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse (NSW) and gave their lives in service of Australia, whether as part of the 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse (NSW) or another unit during the Boer War.

 

 

Roll of Honour  

Leonard Clyde PROTT 

Lest we forget

 

Further Reading:

5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 5th Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales, Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Monday, 10 May 2010 2:59 PM EADT

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