27/08/1914- To 11th Battalion with rank of CAPTAIN
2/03/1915- Embarked Alexandria with Meditteranean Expeditionary Forces for Gallipoli Peninsula
28/04/1915- Wounded in Action Gallipoli ( Gunshot Wound Right Forearm )
2/05/1915- Evacuated/Admitted 17th General Hospital Alexandria Egypt ex Hospital Ship ex Gallipoli
20/07/1915- Discharged from Hospital to Malta then to England
22/09/1915- MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES for Service on Gallipoli from 25/04/1915 to 5/05/1915
25/07/1916- Appointed Adjutant Headquarters Command Depot Tidworth England
2/08/1916- Admitted Officers Hospital Park Lane England
4/09/1916- Discharged to Divisional Headquarters London ex Hospital
7/11/1916- Seconded as Second in Command No. 1 Command Depot Perham Downs England
1/01/1917- Promoted Temporary MAJOR whilst Second in Command at Perham Downs
10/09/1917- Embarked England for Australia per “Ulysses” for Home Service
4/11/1917- Disembarked Australia
28/11/1917- Appointed to Home Service Term in Australia
15/02/1918- Discharged from Service
3/06/1931- Date of Death after Discharge.
MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES
(1)- Gallipoli-  “Officer has shown great courage during recent operations and has successfully led his men against great odds by example and devotion to duty”
(2)- AIF Depots in United Kingdom ( Second in Command at No. 1 Command Depot Perham Downs England)“Administrative Ability  and disciplinary thoroughness. mentioned in Despatches Gallipoli. Permanently Injured ( Arm )  Gunshot Wound. Since then been on the Staff of these Depots till appointed Adjutant to No. 1 Command Depot”

Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: 27 January 1916
Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: Page 156,  Position  121

Date of London Gazette: 5 November 1915
Location in London Gazette: Page 11002,  Position  89

 

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

1914/15 Star – Medal No. 1208

British War Medal  No. 518

Victory Medal – No. 517.