27/07/1915- Completed Medical Examination Bunbury WA
5/08/1915- Appointed LIEUTENANT 32nd Battalion Perth WA
29/09/1915-  Appointment confirmed to remain with 32nd Battalion
19/12/1915- To Overseas Training Base Egypt ex Australia
12/03/1916- Transferred 48th Battalion Tel-el-Kebir Egypt
22/03/1916- Promoted CAPTAIN 48th Battalion Serapeum Egypt
6/05/1916- Admitted 12th Australian Field Ambulance Egypt ( Dysentry ) then transferred to Hospital Habieta
9/05/1916- Rejoined 48th Battalion Habieta Egypt
2/06/1916- Embarked Alexandria Egypt with British Expeditionary Forces bound for Marseilles France ( Disembarked Marseilles 9/06/1916 )
5/08/1916- Wounded in Action France ( Shell Shock & Contusion )
6/08/1916- Admitted Officers Hospital Warboy France
11/08/1916- Transferred to 49th Casualty Clearing Station France
13/08/1916- Transferred/Admitted 14th General Hospital Wimereux France ex 4th Australian Field Ambulance
17/08/1916- Evacuated/Admitted 4th London General Hospital Denmark Hill England ex Boulogne France
1/11/1916- To No. 1 Command Depot No. 2 Camp Perham Downs England ex Hospital
7/11/1916- To 12th Training Battalion Codford England ex Camp
31/03/1917- Transferred 61st Battalion Wareham England
15/09/1917- Transferred 48th Battalion England
21/09/1917- To Overseas Training Brigade Longbridge Deverill England
24/11/1917- Admitted Fovant Military Hospital England ( Bronchitis )
13/12/1917- Medical Board Finding Tidworth England – Unfit for Service for 3 Months
5/04/1918- Embarked England for Australia per ” Borda ” ( Chronic Bronchitis )
22/05/1918- Disembarked Fremantle WA
5/06/1918- Discharged from Service

Service Medals Awarded

1914/1915 Star – No. 6845

British War Medal – No. 6770

Victory Medal – No. 6742

 

Memorial Inscription

Freemason’s Honour Board Bunbury WA.

 

**Note – Soldier is on Australian War Memorial Embarkation Roll as – ROBERTS,  William Frederick.**