Colonel Alexander Jobson

Ranks Held Brigadier General, Colonel, Temporary Brigadier General
Birth Date 02 April 1875
Birth Place Australia: Victoria
Final Rank Colonel
Service Australian Imperial Force
Units
  • 9th Australian Infantry Brigade
  • 9th Inf.Bde.HQ
Place Victoria
Conflict/Operation First World War, 1914-1918
Gazettes Published in London Gazette in 1918-01-01
Published in London Gazette in 1917-06-01
Published in London Gazette in 1917-12-28
Published in Commonwealth Gazette in 1918-04-18
Published in Commonwealth Gazette in 1918-04-18
Published in Commonwealth Gazette in 1917-10-04

Rolls

  • First World War Nominal Roll:

    Unit
    9th Inf.Bde.HQ
    Conflict
    First World War, 1914-1918
    Rank
    Colonel
  • First World War Embarkation Roll:

    Conflict
    First World War, 1914-1918
    Rank
    Brigadier General
  • Honours and Awards:

    Unit
    9th Australian Infantry Brigade
    Conflict
    First World War, 1914-1918
    Rank
    Temporary Brigadier General
    London Gazette
    28 December 1917 on page 13564 at position 11
    Commonwealth Gazette
    18 April 1918 on page 842 at position 2
  • Honours and Awards:

    Unit
    9th Australian Infantry Brigade
    Conflict
    First World War, 1914-1918
    Rank
    Temporary Brigadier General
    London Gazette
    01 June 1917 on page 5420 at position 8
    Commonwealth Gazette
    04 October 1917 on page 2622 at position 50
  • Honours and Awards:

    Unit
    9th Australian Infantry Brigade
    Conflict
    First World War, 1914-1918
    Rank
    Colonel
    London Gazette
    01 January 1918 on page 28 at position 29
    Commonwealth Gazette
    18 April 1918 on page 846 at position 66
  • Honours and Awards (Recommendation):

    Unit
    9th Australian Infantry Brigade
    Conflict
    First World War, 1914-1918
    Rank
    Colonel

Timeline

Date of birth 02 April 1875
date of birth 02 April 1875
Date of enlistment 10 February 1916
Date of embarkation 04 May 1916
Date of recommendation honour or award 18 June 1917
Date returned to Australia 26 September 1917