|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Physical description||18 Image/s captured|
|Place made||United Kingdom: England|
First World War, 1914-1918
|Copying Provisions||Attached digital images are protected by copyright and are provided here for research and study purposes. For further use, please contact the Memorial.|
Papers relating to Ernest John Clinton Heathcote, 1919-1920
Papers relating to the service of 193042 Private Ernest John Clinton Heathcote (alias Frederick Manning Whatson), 201st Battalion, Machine Gun Corps, British Army, North Russia Relief Force, previously of the Australian Imperial Force. This collection covers: ANZAC Day commemorations in 1919; discharge from the Australian Imperial Force in May 1919; enlistment with the North Russia Relief Force in May 1919; demobilisation in 1920; formation of the Machine Gun Old Comrades Association.
This file contains:
ANZAC Day concert program (incluidng dance card), 25 April 1919;
Application for enlistment (including enlistment papers, medical transfer certificate and medical case sheet) with North Russia Relief Force, 19 May 1919;
Duplicate certificate of discharge for Ernest John Clinton Heathcote (alias Frederick Manning Whatson), 29 May 1919;
Embarkation permit, including photograph, for Frederick Manning Whatson (alias of Ernest John Clinton Heathcote), 19 November 1919;
Detached section of embarkation permit, 25 November 1919;
"Cover for Certificate and Other Documents of a Soldier on Demobilisation, Transfer to the Reserve or Discharge," for Frederick Manning Whatson (alias of Ernest John Clinton Heathcote), ;
"Certificate of employment during the war" for Frederick Manning Whatson (alias of Ernest John Clinton Heathcote), ;
Leaflet titled "To all Machine Gunners" on the formation of the Machine Gun Old Comrades Association, [date unknown].