19/04/1917- Completed Application for Enlistment & Preliminary Medical Examination Perth WA
24/04/1917- To 22 Depot Blackboy Hill WA as Private
1/05/1917- To No. 5 District Guard Blackboy Hill
4/01/1918- To D3 Depot Blackboy Hill
24/01/1918- Admitted Clearing Hospital Blackboy Hill ( Influenza/Catarrh )
15/02/1918- Discharged from Hospital to Camp
19/02/1918- Allotted to 22nd Reinforcements 28th Battalion Blackboy Hill
13/03/1918- Embarked Fremantle WA aboard ” Ormonde ” bound for Egypt
4/04/1918- Disembarked Alexandria ex Australia  to Australian Camp Suez
30/04/1918- Transferred to Port Tewfik Egypt
30/04/1918- Embarked Alexandria aboard ” Ellenga ” bound for England
15/05/1918- Disembarked Southampton to 5th Training Battalion Fovant
28/05/1918- Admitted Hurdcott Hospital England ( Measles )
13/06/1918- Discharged from Hospital to Training Battalion Fovant
29/08/1918- Proceeded Overseas Australian Infantry Base Depot Havre France ex Southampton ex Fovant
6/09/1918- Taken on Strength 28th Battalion in the field France
3/10/1918- Killed in Action France.


Informant – FLOWER, Cpl. L.R. -6578- 2

8th Battalion ” B ” Company AIF – ” Near Beaurevoir, about 7.00 am, during an attack about half an hour or less after we hopped over, I was stretcher bearing following up LANGLEY and other men, when a shell hit LANGLEY on the left collarbone. The artery was cut, however, he was the only one of the five men showing any life . I tried to dress the wound and succeeded in stopping the bleeding, but he was dead before I finished. The shell burst among the men and the concussion was terrific. I was within five yards, but the shell burst away from me “.



British War Medal – No. 59625

Victory Medal – No. 58497

Memorial Plaque/Scroll – No. 354517.



Pemberton War Memorial WA

Australian War Memorial  Canberra ACT РPanel No. 113.