5/03/1915-To No. 10 Depot as Private then to 28th Battalion “B” Company
4/09/1915-Embarked Alexandria with Mediterranean Expeditionary Forces for Gallipoli Peninsula
12/09/1915-Wounded in Action Apex Peninsula Gallipoli ( Gunshot Wound Spine & Abdomen- Dangerously Ill )
17/09/1915-Admitted 7th Aust Field Ambulance ( Bullet Wound Lumbar Region ) then to 16th Casualty Clearing Station ex Hospital Ship
18/09/1915-DIED OF WOUNDS Received in Action Gallipoli ( Haematuria Paralysis ) Buried at Sea from “Somali”.

 

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

1914/1915 Star- Medal No. 22953

British War Medal – No. 13807

Victory Medal – No. 13747

Memorial Plaque/Scroll- No. 313920.

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Collie War Memorial WA

Australian War Memorial Canberra ACT – Panel No. 113

Lone Pine War Memorial Gallipoli Turkey.

 

FATHER & BROTHER SERVICE DETAILS

Father- 6464- Sapper- HORROCKS, James- 4th Field Company Engineers- Discharged 22/01/1917.

Brother- 555- Pte- HORROCKS, Joseph- 11th Battalion- Died of Wounds 20/05/1915, 22 years of age, at Gallipoli, Turkey.