21/09/1915- To No. 3o Depot Company Blackboy Hill Camp WA as Private
27/09/1915- To ” D ” Company 3rd Depot Battalion Blackboy Hill
13/01/1915- To 18th Reinforcements 16th Battalion Blackboy Hill
29/01/1916- Embarked Fremantle WA aboard ” Runic ” bound for Egypt
22/02/1916- Disembarked Alexandria to Overseas Training Battalion Zeitoun Egypt
02/04/1916- Taken on Strength 48th Battalion Serapeum Egypt
02/06/1916- Embarked Alexandria with British Expeditionary Forces bound for Marseilles France
08/06/1916- Disembarked Mareseilles
08/08/1916- Admitted 22nd General Hospital Camiers France ( Influenza ) ex 1st Australian Receiving Station
04/09/1916- Transferred to No.6 Convalescent Depot Camiers
11/09/1916- To 4th Australian Division Base Depot Etaples France ex Hospital
01/10/1916- Rejoined Battalion in the field France ex Base Depot
09/02/1918- Granted Leave England
27/02/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
16/05/1918- Admitted 10th General Hospital Rouen France( Pyrexia ) ex 13th Australian Field Ambulance ex 5th Casualty Clearing Station
23/05/1918- Evacuated/Admitted 1st Southern General Hospital Stowbridge Section Birmingham England
07/06/1918- To No. 3 Command Depot Hurdcott England ex Hospital
30/07/1918- To No. 1 Command Depot Sutton Veny England
13/09/1918- To Overseas Training Brigade Longbridge Deverill England
12/10/1918- Proceeded Overseas Australian Infantry Base Depot Havre France ex Southampton ex Longbridge Deverill
16/10/1918- Rejoined Battalion in the field France ex Base Depot
11/02/1919- To 3rd Training Battalion Convalescent Depot England ex Australian General Base Depot Havre France
13/04/1919- Embarked England aboard ” Commonwealth ” for Return to Australia
04/06/1919- Disembarked Fremantle WA
27/07/1919- Discharged from Service ( Termination of Period of Enlistment ).

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

British War Medal – No. 8428

Victory Medal – No. 8393.

BROTHERS SERVICE DETAILS

BOVELL, Pte. Cecil Alexander- 2145- 44th Battalion,

BOVELL, CPL. Roy Herbert- 1721- 48th Battalion,

BOVELL, Second Lieut. Vernon Llewellyn- 381- 12th Battalion- Killed in Action, Belgium.