27/05/1915- Completed Medical Examination Cue WA
3/06/1915- To 8th Reinforcements 11th Battalion Blackboy Hill WA as Private
6/06/1915-   Embarked Fremantle WA aboard ” Geelong ” bound for Egypt
28/06/1915- Disembarked Alexandria to Overseas Training Base
2/08/1915- Joined 16th Battalion in the field Gallipoli
8/08/1915- Wounded in Action Anzac Gallipoli ( Gunshot Wound Leg )
9/08/1915- Evacuated by Hospital Ship to 2nd Stationary Hospital Mudros ex 2nd FA D/S
4/09/1915- Discharged from Hospital to Base Details Mudros
14/09/1915- Admitted No. 1 Canadian Stationary Hospital Mudros ( Adenoids )
28/09/1915- Evacuated/Admitted King Georges Hospital Stamford SE England ex Mudros
3/02/1916- Admitted County of London War Hospital ( Bronchitis )
18/02/1916- Discharged from Hospital to No. 2 Command Depot Weymouth England
25/03/1916- Embarked England for Egypt to rejoin Battalion ex Weymouth
14/04/1916- Admitted No. 1 Australian Dermatological Hospital Abbassia Egypt ex Hospital Train ex Tel-el-Kebir
11/05/1916- Discharged from Hospital to 24th Training Battalion Tel-el-Kebir
7/06/1916-  Embarked Alexandria with British Expeditionary Forces bound for Marseilles France
14/06/1916- Disembarked Marseilles
18/07/1916- Transferred/Joined 48th Battalion in the field France
8/08/1916- Reported Missing in Action France
4/05/1917- Court of Enquiry found HAY was Killed in Action near Villers Brettoneux France

 

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

1914/15 Star – No. 14837

British War Medal – No. 14624

Victory Medal – No. 14567

Memorial Plaque/Scroll – No. 324022

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Coolup Roll of Honour WA

Pinjarra War Memorial WA

Australian War Memorial Canberra ACT – Panel No. 146

Villers Brettoneux Memorial France