VX39804, Major Lieutenant Colonel John Linton Treloar

Date of birth  1894-12-10  Melbourne, VIC. 
Date graduated  1911  Completed school and joined the Department of Defence as a military staff clerk. 
Date and unit at enlistment (ORs)  1914-08-16  Enlisted in the AIF. 
Other  1915-04  Served at Gallipoli as a staff sergeant at Divisional Headquarters. 
Other  1915-09  Was evacuated in September suffering from enteric fever. 
Date returned to Australia  1915-12-04  Treloar eventually recovered his health and resumed his service this time as a lieutenant with the role of equipment officer in No. 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps. 
Other  1916-07  Tranferred to France as a confidential clerk to Briagdier Brudnell White at the 1st Anzac Corps Headquarters. 
Other  1917  Selected to organise the Australian War Records Section of the Australian War Memorial's collection. 
Date promoted  1918  Promoted to major. 
Date of honour or award  1918-06-03  Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE). 
Date of honour or award  1919-06-03  Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE). 
Date returned to Australia  1919-07-18   
Other  1920 - 1952  Became the director of the Australian War Memorial. 
Date and unit at appointment (Officers)  1941-01-19  Enlisted in the 2nd AIF and posted to AIF Headquarters in the Middle East. 
Date of honour or award  1942-06-30  Mentioned in Despatches. 
Date of discharge  1947-02-18  Discharged with the rank of lieutenant colonel. 
Date of death  1952-01-28  Canberra, ACT.