23/06/1915- To 11th Battalion 8th Reinforcements as Private
21/10/1915- Embarked Alexandria Egypt with Meditteranean Expeditionary Forces for Gallipoli Peninsula
4/11/1915- Admitted 2nd Australian Field Ambulance Gallipoli ( Tonsilitis ) ex 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station
19/11/1915- Evacuated/Admitted Tigne Military Hospital Malta ex Hospital Ship ex Gallipoli
21/11/1915- Admitted St George Hospital Malta ( Dysentry )
4/03/1916- Embarked for Egypt ex Malta ex Hospital
9/03/1916- To Overseas Base Ghezireh Egypt
24/03/1916- Rejoined Unit in the field Serapeum Egypt
3/04/1916- Transferred 51st Battalion in the field Serapeum
12/06/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France ex Alexandria Egypt
25/09/1916- Promoted LANCE CORPORAL in the field France
21/10/1916- Awarded MILITARY MEDAL
16/10/1917- Granted Leave England
30/10/1917- Rejoined Battalion in the field France ex Leave
1/11/1917- Promoted CORPORAL in the field France
22/11/1917- Admitted 3rd General Hospital Abbeville France ( Fractured Right Fibula ) ex 13th Australian Field Ambulance
28/11/1917- Evacuated/Admitted Reading War Hospital England
4/01/1918- Transferred 3rd Australian Aux Hospital Harefield England then to No. 3 Command Depot Hurdcott
11/04/1918- To Overseas Training Brigade Longbridge Deverill England
8/05/1918- Proceeded Overseas Australian Infantry Base Depot Etaples France ex Folkestone ex Sandhill Camp
18/09/1918- Detached to join Cadet Battalion England
5/01/1919- Promoted 2nd LIEUTENANT with 51st Battalion in the field France
13/01/1919- To 12th Training Battalion England ex AIF Headquarters London
19/02/1919- Rejoined 51st Battalion in the field France
13/03/1919- Granted Leave Paris
24/03/1919- Rejoined Battalion in the field France ex Leave
5/04/1919- Promoted LIEUTENANT in the field France
13/04/1919- To Duty with 51st Battalion Calais France
21/05/1919- To No. 4 Group England ex 2nd Australian Division Base Depot France
3/08/1919- Discharged from Service & Demobilized London England – To learn Building Trade over 12 Months from Mr. William Rumbold Charing Heath Ashford Kent England.




 ” For braveness and coolness in carrying messages under fire.  As a Battalion Runner near MOUQUET FARM on 2nd/3rd September he carried several important messages to the firing line from Battalion Headquarters through damaged saps under Shell Fire and exposed to snipers .  Previously commended for similar work between August 14th – 16th 1916 “.