1/10/1914-  To 6th Light Horse Regiment 1st Reinforcements, NSW
19/01/1915- To Overseas Training Base Egypt
6/03/1915- To Maadi Training camp Egypt as Trooper
15/05/1915- Embarked Alexandria Egypt with Mediterranean Expeditionary Forces for Gallipoli Peninsula
20/05/1915- Landed at Anzac Cove Gallipoli
26/08/1915- Admitted 2nd Australian Field Ambulance Gallipoli ( Enteritis )
27/08/1915- To No. 25 Casualty Clearing Station Imbros ex Gallipoli
1/09/1915- Admitted 1st Australian General Hospital Heliopolis Egypt ex Hospital Ship ex Gallipoli
28/09/1915- Admitted Australia & New Zealand Convalescent Hospital Helouan Egypt
5/10/1915- Discharged to Lines Details Egypt
13/11/1915- Rejoined Unit at Anzac Cove Gallipoli
25/12/1915- Disembarked Alexandria Egypt ex Gallipoli Peninsula
23/02/1916- Joined 6th Light Horse Regiment in the field Serapeum Egypt
29/10/1916- To School of Instruction Zeitoun Egypt
20/11/1916- Passed Lewis Gun Machine Gun Course as First Class Gunner
22/11/1916- Rejoined 6th Light Horse Regiment in the field Egypt
20/6/1917- To School of Instruction Zeitoun Egypt for Hotchkiss Gun Course
18/06/1917- Rejoined Regiment in the field Egypt ex School Course
9/11/1917- Admitted 2/5 London Field Ambulance in the field Egypt ( Pyrexia )
14/11/1917- Admitted 45 Stationary Hospital El Arish
16/11/1917- Admitted 14th Australian General Hospital Abbassia Egypt ( Sandfly fever/Malaria ) ex Hospital Train
23/11/1917- Admitted Convalescent Depot Abbassia Egypt
10/12/1917- To 2nd Light Horse Training Regiment Moascar Egypt ex Sickness
15/12/1917- To Rest Camp Port Said Egypt
26/12/1917- Rejoined 2nd Light Horse Training Regiment Moascar Egypt
9/01/1918- Transferred 6th Light Horse Regiment Moascar Egypt
29/03/1918- Appointed LANCE CORPORAL in the field Jericho , now in Palestine
10/06/1918- Appointed TEMPORARY CORPORAL in the field Egypt
21/06/1918- To Musketry School Zeitoun Egypt
17/07/1918- Rejoined 6th Light Horse Regiment in the field Egypt ex School
16/12/1918- Embarked Egypt for Australia per ” Port Darwin ”
19/01/1919- Disembarked Australia
22/03/1919- Discharged from Service.


Distinguished Conduct Medal
1914/1915 Star No. 13022
British war Medal No. 1580
Victory Medal No. 1577




Date of Recommendation :  3 November 1917


” During our operations on the HEBRON ROAD, early on the morning of 3rd November, 1917, this man was in charge of  a Hotchkiss Rifle.  The Country was very rough  and difficult and during the previous night enemy snipers had moved in amongst  the boulders to within 200- 300 yards  of our day outpost line.

For more than 2 hours , enemy fire kept Trooper LIVINGSTONE, and his two companions isolated , and although the two latter were killed  beside him, Trooper LIVINGSTONE  continued to work his Hotchkiss rifle and engaged the enemy at short range.  His action assisted materially in the occupation of the line , that formed our objective  and in the driving out  of enemy snipers. The manner in which this man has handled his Hotchkiss rifle  and team throughout the late operations has been beyond praise “.


Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette :  30 August 1918

Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette  :  Page  1782,  Position  23

Date of Commonwealth of Australia Citation :  24 September 1918

Location of Citation in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette  :  Page 1869,  Position  14

Date of London Gazette  :  11 April 1918

Location in London Gazette :  Page  4413,  Position  7

Date of London Citation  :  1 May 1918

Location of Citation  in London Gazette  :  Page  5322,  Position  1.