18/08/1914- To 11th Battalion 3rd Infantry Brigade as Private
3/02/1915- Appointed Company Transport Driver Egypt
2/03/1915- Embarked Alexandria Egypt with Meditteranean Expeditionary Forces for Gallipoli Peninsula
21/08/1915- Transferred 11th Battalion Transport Details Mex Camp Egypt ex Gallipoli
3/11/1915- Transferred Maadi Egypt ex Mex Camp
21/12/1915- Admitted 2nd Australian General Hospital Ghezireh Egypt ( Cellulitis Leg )
31/12/1915- To Overseas Base Tel-el-Kebir Egypt ex Hospital
7/01/1916- Rejoined Unit Transport Section Tel-el-Kebir
30/01/1916- To Transport Section Habieta Egypt
13/03/1916- Appointed DRIVER  with 3rd Machine Gun Company Egypt
2/04/1916- Disembarked Marseilles France ex Alexandria
18/09/1916- Promoted LANCE CORPORAL in the field France
30/01/1917- Promoted SERGEANT in the field France
23/04/1917- Granted Leave England
5/05/1917- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
20/12/1917- Admitted 6th Australian Field Ambulance France ( Conjunctivitis ) ex Division Rest Station
3/01/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France
5/02/1918- Granted Leave England
23/02/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
1/04/1918- Designation Changed to 1st Machine Gun Battalion
22/09/1918- Granted Leave Paris
30/09/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
13/10/1918- To Parkhouse England ex Southampton ex Havre France for Return to Australia ( Special 1914 Leave )
23/10/1918- Embarked England for Australia per ” Port Lyttleton ”
12/12/1918- Disembarked Fremantle
17/02/1919- Discharged from Service
13/03/1919- Awarded MILITARY  MEDAL
17/06/1919- Awarded BAR  TO  MILITARY  MEDAL


Date  of  Recommendation : 30 August 1918


” For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the advance south of BRAY on 26th August 1918, Sgt. WEBB was in charge of the gun limbers of his Company .  Throughout the frequent moves forward he rendered invaluable assistance in maintaining a supply of  S. A. A.  and rations to the gun positions under intense Machine Gun and shell fire.  His utter disregard of personal danger acted as a stimulus to all who witnessed him “.


Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette : 17 June 1919

Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette ; Page  1014,  Position  51

Date of London Gazette : 13 March 1919

Location in London Gazette : Page  3452,  Position  26.



Date  of  Recommendation : 27 September 1918


” From 25th February to 16th September 1918 Sgt. WEBB, as transport Sergeant of this Company has by his great devotion to duty rendered invaluable service.  In the operations near LIHONS  on the 10th and 11th August he personally took a limber up through  a heavy enemy barrage and after picking up a section’s guns moved forward with them to a position commanding an enemy strong point, arriving there close behind the infantry.  This section had been depleted by casualties, and but for Sgt. WEBB’S prompt action it would have been impossible for the guns to have been up in time to cover the advance of the infantry.  In the operations in August and September he never failed to get S. A. A., rations and supplies to the gun teams in the line, often under heavy fire “.


Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette : 17 October 1919

Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette : Page  1533,  Position  4

Date of London Gazette :  23 July 1919

Position in London Gazette : Page  9347,  Position  3.