Bunbury – Wellington District Western Australia
23/12/1914- Completed Medical Examination at Bunbury WA
4/01/1915- To 16th Battalion 5th Reinforcements Blackboy Hill Camp WA
22/05/1915- To Overseas Training Base Camp Egypt
28/07/1915- Joined 16th Battalion in the lines Gallipoli
7/09/1915- Admitted 4th Australian Field Ambulance Gallipoli ( Diarrhoea )
11/09/1915- Rejoined Battalion in the lines Gallipoli
30/12/1915- Disembarked Alexandria Egypt ex Gallipoli
20/03/1916- Admitted No. 2 Australian Stationary Hospital Tel-el-Kebir Egypt ( Mumps ) ex 4th Australian Field Ambulance
24/03/1916- Transferred to No. 4 Aux Hospital Abbassia Egypt
29/03/1916- Discharged to Overseas Training Base Ghezireh Egypt
2/04/1916- Rejoined 16th Battalion and transferred to Zeitoun Egypt
9/06/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France ex Alexandria Egypt
12/08/1916- KILLED IN ACTION at Pozieres France
1914/1915 Star- No. 13652
British War Medal No. 13613
Victory Medal- 13553
Memorial Plaque and Memorial Scroll Issued.
During 1917 the REV. W.E. Moorhouse wrote to the Army from his Rectory at South Bunbury- He stated he was writing on behalf of the father who was Blind.
***** Thanks to Brian Meade for identifying John Francis WILLIAMS *****
Tha Anglican Church in Dardanup W.A has a Memorial Plaque attached to the right hand side Bell Tower Post for this soldier.