Sergeants of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment just prior to embarkation for Egypt. ...

Place Oceania: Australia, New South Wales, Sydney
Accession Number P00164.001
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white, Landscape
Physical description Black & white, Landscape
Maker Unknown Australian Official Photographer
Place made Australia: New South Wales, Sydney, Rosebery
Date made c October 1914
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copyright

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain

Description

Sergeants of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment just prior to embarkation for Egypt. Identified, left to right, back row: 578 “C” Squadron Sergeant Major (SSM) George Henry Kirby; 81 “A” Squadron SSM William Hopkins James; 298 “B” Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant (QMS) Wesley Williams Easterbrook; 86 Sergeant (Sgt) Vernon Beamont Stephen; 299 Sgt Clarence William Edwards; 183 Sgt John Harold McGregor (Killed in Action (KIA) 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 195 Sgt Charles William Gibson (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 85 Sgt (later SSM) George Edmund Shepherd (Accidently killed 21 December 1916, Jerusalem); 393 Sgt (later Squadron QMS) Henry Glanville Bernie (Died of disease 3 November 1917, Gaza); 447 Sgt (Later Second Lieutenant) John Robert Wright (KIA 3 November 1917, Beersheba); Sgt Frank Murgha Mack. Third row: 171 Sgt Charles John Harrison; 302 Sgt Samuel Fitzpatrick; “A” Squadron QMS William Henry McKeown; 289 Sgt William John Barry (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 342 “B” Squadron SSM Sylvester Alfred Wynn; 84 Sgt Francis Henry Robinson; 83 Sgt Harold Younger Kerr (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 129 Sgt William Clifford Jones; 87 Sgt Reginald Robert Wisken; 448 Sgt (later Captain) Norman Beresford Lovett (KIA 9 April 1918, Villers-Bretonneux); 394 Sgt Raymond Robert Matheson; 518 Lance Sergeant John Henry Frank Loveless. Second row: 56 Saddler Sergeant Sylvester Henry Browne; 297 Sgt Alfred Dick; 253 Sgt Edward Gaille (Alias Guy Ellis) (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 304 Sgt James Green (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 671 Farrier QMS Job Berriman; 2 Regimental QMS Henry Gunning Webb; 1A Warrant Officer Frederick William Lindsell; 4 Sergeant Major William James Knight; 41 SSM Walter John Warneford; 6 Sgt Dudley Hobart Sargent; 237 Sgt Joseph Darcy Buckett; 74 Farrier Sgt Albert Arthur Sutcliffe. Front row: 391 “C” Squadron QMS John “Jock” Davidson; 8 Trumpeter Sgt Frederick Richard Charles Young (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 1 Armourer Sgt (later 2661A Lance Corporal) James Frederick Dawes (Died of Wounds (DOW) 5 February 1917, Cardiff, Wales); 222 Farrier Sgt John Joseph McSweeney; 260 Sgt Russell William Gibson (KIA 7 August 1915, Gallipoli); 243 Band Sgt John Henry Calthorpe: 392 Farrier Sgt William John Simeon; 470 Sgt Reginald Sydney Smith (DOW 19 May 1915, Alexandria, Egypt); 428 Sgt John Richardson Poole (DOW 5 November 1916, Kent, England); 5 Transport Sgt (later Second Lieutenant) Leslie Shaw Elliott (KIA 3 May 1916, Laventie, France).