14/07/1915- Signed Attestation Form and Completed Medical Examination Bridgetown WA
20/07/1915- To 16 Depot Company Blackboy Hill WA as Private
16/08/1915- To 32nd Battalion ” D ” Company Helena Vale Camp WA
16/09/1915- To 28 Depot Company
28/09/1915- To ” B ” Company 3rd Depot Battalion
1/11/1915- To 7th Reinforcements 28th Battalion
18/01/1916- Embarked Fremantle WA aboard ” Medic ” bound for Egypt
16/02/1916- Disembarked Alexandria Egypt to Overseas Training Base
21/03/1916- Embarked Alexandria with British Expeditionary Forces bound for Marseilles France
27/03/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France
1/04/1916- Admitted 25th General Hospital Etaples France ( Influenza )
6/05/1916- Transferred to No. 6 Convalescent Depot Etaples
13/05/1916- Discharged to No. 2 DRS Etaples then to No. 2 Australian Division Base Depot Etaples
14/07/1916- Reported for duty to 1st Anzac Entrenching Battalion Etaples ex Base Depot
26/10/1916- Admitted 1st SA General Hospital Abbeville France ( Piles )
30/10/1916- Discharged to No. 2 Australian Division Base Depot Etaples
1/11/1916- Admitted 26th General Hospital Etaples
3/11/1916- Evacuated/Admitted Chatham Military Hospital England ( Haemorroids )
12/01/1917- Granted Leave England ex Hospital
29/01/1917- To No. 4 & 5 Camp Perham Downs England ex Leave
9/02/1917- Proceeded Overseas to 2nd Australian Division Base Depot Etaples ex Folkestone
11/02/1917- Rejoined 28th Battalion in the field France
3/05/1917- Wounded in Action FRance ( Bomb Wound Head )
23/05/1917- Admitted 6th General Hospital Rouen France ex 4th Australian Field Ambulance ex 9th and 4th Casualty Clearing Stations
14/07/1917- Discharged to No. 2 Australian Division Base Depot Havre France
23/07/1917- Promotion to rank EDP Corporal with 28th Battalion in the field France
14/08/1917- Reverts to rank Private
9/09/1917- Rejoined 28th Battalion in the field France ex Base Depot
20/09/1917- Wounded in Action Belgium ( Shell Wound Head – Dangerously Ill )
24/09/1917- Admitted 8th Stationary Hospital Wimereux France ex 5th Australian Field Ambulance ex 10th Casualty Clearing Station ex Ambulance Train
1/10/1917- Died of Wounds Received in Action in Belgium.

 

SERVICE MEDALS AWARDED

British War Medal – No. 30828

Victory Medal – No. 30646

Memorial Plaque/Scroll – No. 331142

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Balingup War Memorial WA

Australian War Memorial Canberra ACT – Panel No. 113.