12/01/1917-To 16th Battalion 24th Reinforcements Blackboy Hill WA
27/03/1917-To 4th Training Battalion Codford England
1/06/1917-Admitted Group Hospital Codford ( Measles )
11/07/1917-Transferred 4th Machine Gun Company Grantham England ex. 16th Battalion
11/10/1917-Proceeded overseas  Machine Gun Company Depot Camiers,France ex. Folkestone
17/10/1917-To 24 Machine Gun Company in the field France then allocated 4th Machine Gun Battalion
5/04/1918-Wounded in Action France ( Gunshot Wounds Right Hand and Right Arm ) ex. 12 Aust Field Ambulance ex. 3rd canadian Stationary Hospital
11/04/1918-Evacuated/Admitted Fort Pitt Military Hospital Chatham England
24/05/1918-Granted Leave England
8/06/1918-To No. 1 Command Depot Sutton Veny ex. Leave
9/07/1918-To No. 2 Command Depot Weymouth
15/09/1918-Embarked England for Australia Per *Arawa*
10/11/1918-Disembarked Australia
22/03/1919-Discharged from Service

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

British War Medal – No. 17766

Victory Medal – No. 17058

 

C. Peter HOUGH, also enlisted for Service in the Second World War and served as a Sergeant with  the 19th Garrison Battalion based at Port Hedland WA.

 

Date of Death – 24 February 1969 ( Aged 71 years )

Burial Location – Bunbury General Cemetery Anglican Section G, Grave No. 33.