25/05/1915- To 11th Battalion 7th Reinforcements as Private
4/09/1915- Embarked Alexandria Egypt with Mediterranean Expeditionary Forces for Gallipoli Peninsula
4/10/1915- Admitted 7th Australian Field Ambulance Anzac Gallipoli ( Sprained Right Wrist )
5/10/1915- Admitted 16th Casualty Clearing Station Anzac ( Enteritis )
7/11/1915- Admitted 7th Australian Field Ambulance Anzac ( Synovitis Wrist )
12/11/1915- Evacuated/Admitted Tigne Military Hospital Malta ( Synovitis Hand ) ex Hospital Ship Gallipoli
26/11/1915- Transferred Spinola Camp Malta ex Hospital
4/12/1915- Certified Fit for Active Service
9/12/1915- To Overseas Base Ghezireh Egypt
26/04/1916- Joined 48th Battalion in the field Serapeum Egypt
9/06/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France ex Alexandria
28/07/1916- Admitted 1st New Zealand Stationary Hospital Amiens France ( Synovitis Right Hand )
31/07/1916- Admitted 9th General Hospital Rouen France
6/08/1916- Evacuated/Admitted 5th Southern General Hospital Portsmouth England ex Havre France
30/08/1916- Admitted Heath Lodge Hospital Petersfield Hants England
2/03/1917- Granted Leave England
17/03/1917- To No. 4 Command Depot Wareham England ex Leave
9/05/1917- To No. 2 Command Depot Weymouth England for Return to Australia
23/05/1917- Embarked England for Australia per ” Ayrshire ” (Unable to Close Hand )
9/07/1917- Disembarked Fremantle
9/07/1917- Admitted No. 8 Australian General Hospital Fremantle – Discharged 6/09/1917
21/09/1917- Discharged from Service ( Medically Unfit )

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

1914/15 Star- Medal No- 4294

British War Medal – No. 3284

Victory Medal – No. 3280.

 

BROTHERS SERVICE DETAILS

HUTCHINS,  Pte. Charles – 307- 28th Battalion

HUTCHINS, Lance Corporal, Morris Victor – 1099- 10th Light Horse Regiment.