30/07/1915- Completed Medical Examination at Pinjarra, WA
5/08/1915- Appointed to No. 21 Depot Blackboy Hill, Wa as Private27/09/1915 – To 11th Battalion ” C ” Company No. 3 Training Battalion Helena Vale Camp, WA
28/10/1915 – To 11th Battalion  11th Reinforcements, WA
26/11/1915- Disembarked Alexandria Egypt
2/03/1916 – Posted to 11th Battalion ” D ” Company in the field Habieta Egypt
29/03/1916 – Embarked Alexandria to join British Expeditionary Forces France
5/04/1916 – Disembarked Marseilles France ex Alexandria by HMT ” Corsican ”
22-25/07/1916- Reported KILLED IN ACTION, Pozieres France


1914/15 Star – No. 4665

British War Medal – No. 22106

Victory Medal – No. 40759

Memorial Scroll & Plaque – No. 306671



Australian War Memorial Canberra ACT Panel No. 61

Villers-Brettoneux War Memorial France.


” ADDITIONAL INFORMATION – Supplied by Chris and Margaret Morrison on 27 April, 2016  ( Dick Chivers is their Great Uncle ).

Dick and his older Brother, Walter were part of a group of 6 – 8 local Templestowe, VIC men who re-located to the Collie/Lucknow area  between 1901 and 1905 after recommendations from the George Sandilands , who had moved to the Collie area in 1890. The Chivers Brothers were involved in Athletics and Cricket ( Refer Collie Miner Newspaper ).

Dick Chivers was a member of the Collie Timber Co- op Society, also known as South West Timber Hewers Co-Op Society.  He was part of this active Group that were successful in convincing the Education Department to build a School in Collie/Lucknow in 1906,  to educate the Hewer’s children”.