PREVIOUS SERVICE – AI-R ( 2 Years )
16/12/1914- Signed Attestation Form at Broadmeadows, VIC
25/06/1915- Allocated to Reinforcements Australian Army Service Corp at Broadmeadows VIC
29/06/1915- Embarked Melbourne VIC aboard ” Berrima ” bound for Egypt
26/07/1915- Disembarked Alexandria ex Australia to Overseas Training Base
12/08/1915- Promoted Driver 6th Reinforcements A.A.S.C
13/08/1915- Taken on Strength No. 3 Company Alexandria Egypt
26/12/1915- Admitted 15th General Hospital Egypt ( Hernia-kick from Horse ) ex 1st Midland Field Ambulance
31/12/1915- Discharged from Hospital to Depot
12/01/1916- Admitted 15th General Hospital ( Illness )
31/01/1916- Transferred 1st Australian General Hospital Cairo Egypt
14/02/1916- Returned to Duty Alexandria ex Zeitoun
16/03/1916- Taken on Strength 14th Company Aust Service Corps Headquarters then to 4th Divisional Train Cairo
03/05/1916- Transferred AASC Training Depot Tel-el-Kebir Egypt
07/06/1916- Embarked Alexandria with British Expeditionary Forces bound for Marseilles France
14/06/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France ex Egypt
12/08/1916- To Training Depot Havre France
02/09/1916- Admitted 18th General Hospital France ( Sick )
18/10/1916- Discharged from Hospital To Base Depot Havre
24/10/1916- Evacuated/Admitted 2nd Western General Hospital Manchester England
07/03/1917- Transferred 2nd Aux Hospital Dartford England
12/03/1917- Discharged from Hospital and Granted Leave
27/03/1917- To No. 4 Command Depot Wareham England ex Leave
29/03/1917- To No. 3 Command Depot Hurdcott England ex Wareham
05/05/1917- Admitted Ist Australian Dermatological Hospital Bulford England ( Sick )
07/05/1917- Discharged to duty ex Hospital
14/06/1917- Taken on Strength AASC 2nd Divisional Train ex 14th Company ASC
20/06/1917- Proceeded Overseas Australian Infantry Base Depot Havre France ex England
28/08/1917- Admitted 39th General Hospital Havre France ( Sick ) ex 75th Field Ambulance
17/09/1917- Taken on Strength 20th Company AASC 2nd Divisional Train in the field France
05/10/1917- Wounded in Action France ( Gunshot Wound Right Hand )
07/10/1917- Admitted 3rd Canadian General Hospital Boulogne France ex 44th Casualty Clearing Station
10/10/1917- Evacuated/Admitted 2nd Military Hospital Canterbury England
15/10/1917- Transferred to 3rd Aux Hospital Dartford England
09/11/1917- Granted Leave England
22/11/1917- Admitted 2nd Australian Aux Hospital Southall England ( Sick )
15/12/1917- Discharged to No. 2 Command Depot Weymouth England
01/02/1918- Embarked England aboard ” Balmoral Castle ” for Return to Australia
18/03/1918- Disembarked Fremantle ex England
18/07/1918- Discharged from Service ( Medically Unfit ).

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

1914/1915 Star – Medal No. 6831

British War Medal – No. 4101

Victory Medal – No. 4098