12/10/1915- To No. 32 Depot Company as Private
27/11/1915- To 2nd Field Artillery Brigade 14th Reinforcements as Gunner
29/02/1916- To 1st Division Ammunition Column No. 4 Section Cairo Egypt
17/05/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France ex Alexandria Egypt
20/05/1916- Joined 2nd Australian Division Base Depot Etaples France
28/06/1916- Transferred to 1st Australian Division Artillery Details in the field France
10/10/1916- To 1st Division Ammunition Column N0. 2 Section in the field ex Australian General Base Depot Etaples France
16/08/1917- Granted Leave England
28/08/1917- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
5/10/1917- To 2nd Field Artillery Brigade Belgium
17/10/1917- Wounded in Action Belgium ( Gassed ) -Admitted 14th Australian Field Ambulance
19/10/1917- Rejoined Unit in the field Belgium ex Injury
21/02/1918- Detached to Pidgeon School in the field France
24/02/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Detachment
10/06/1918- Wounded in Action France ( Gassed )
11/06/1918- Admitted 7th Stationary Hospital France ex 3rd Australian Field Ambulance ex 15th Casualty Clearing Station
22/06/1918- Admitted 7th Convalescent Depot France
1/07/1918- Admitted 1st Australian Convalescent Depot Havre France
26/07/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Australian General Base Depot Havre France ex Injury
10/09/1918- Granted Leave England
27/09/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
20/12/1918- Admitted 1st Australian Field Ambulance ( Diarrhoea ) then Transferred Rest Station
27/12/1918- Discharged to Duty with Unit in the field France ex Sickness
21/03/1919- To RBAA Heytesbury England ex Weymouth ex Australian  General Base Depot Havre France for Return to Australia
24/04/1919- Admitted St John & St Elizabeth Hospital Millbank England ( Accidental Fracture Left Knee )
12/05/1919- Discharged from Hospital England
1/06/1919- Embarked England for Australia per ” Somali ”
8/07/1919- Disembarked Fremantle
10/10/1919- Discharged from Service ( Medically Unfit ).

 

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

British War Medal – No. 7137

Victory Medal – No. 7109.

 

AUTHOR NOTE

25/07/1924 – John William LAMBLEY, aged 47 Years, a Miner and War Pensioner, drowned in the Collie River. He left behind wife Ellen ( nee HICKSON ) and 3 Children. He was the son of John and Clementine .