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5th Light Horse Regiment
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DUFFY, Trooper John, No. 404.
Born Woodlawn, northern NSW.Age unknown.
Next of kin: Father; Edward, of Tuncester, NSW.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 29 Aug 1915. - Trooper.
Transferred to 11th LHR, 21 Mar 1916.
Discharged

Notes: (Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire)


DUFFY, Trooper John James, No. .
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: Imperial Camel Corps: 14 Coy, joined Regiment 15 Feb 1919. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
19 Sep 1919.


DUKE, Corporal Alan Duncan, No. 516, C Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 19. Religion: Pres. Single. Motor mechanic, of Bernard Street, Rockhampton, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; William Duke, of Bernard Street, Rockhampton, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Corporal.
Wounded
August 5 1916
Discharged
25 Oct 1916.


DUNCAN, Trooper Charles Stewart, No. 605, C Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: CE. Single. Horse Breaker, of Freestone, near Warwick, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Ralph Duncan, Station master, of Freestone, near Warwick, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Wounded
June 28 1915, July 11 1915
Discharged
23 Jun 1919.
Notes: Wounded in the attack on the Turkish-held Balkan Gun Pits, Anzac, 28th June 1915: 'The 5th Regiment moved along Harris Ridge as far as the Balkan Gun Pits, where they were subjected to heavy machine gun and rifle fire from the Echelon trenches, and also from Gaba Tepe. They were also subjected to shell fire from one of our destroyers, the commander of which had not been informed that our men were operating outside our own lines.... The Regiment's casualties during the afternoon were heavy, amounting to 23 killed and 79 wounded.' (Wilson p19). Severely wounded July 11th 1915, by sniper. (Source? Possibly Unit Diary? CHECK) See also the record for DELPRATT, Sgt. M.G., taken prisoner. For a more detailed account of the operation and diagrams, see Bean V2 p295-9. Bean (V2 p299) states that 24 were killed in the operation, 79 - including 5 officers - wounded.


DUNCAN, Trooper Walter John, No. 2462.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: Pres. Single. Labourer, of Morningside, Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; John Duncan, of 'Gunnagate', Morningside, Brisbane, Queensland.
Source: 17th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 12 Oct 1916. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
19 Sep 1919.


DUNCOMBE, Trooper Robert William, No. 2993.
Age at enlistment: 32. Religion: CE. Single. Drover, of Charters Towers, Queensland.
Next of kin: Brother; Charles Duncombe, of Corfield, via Winton, Queensland.
Source: 22nd Reinforcements, joined Regiment 11 Apr 1917. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
12 Sep 1919.


DUNN, Trooper Oscar Thomas, No. 461, B Squadron.
Born Ipswich, Queensland. Age at enlistment: 24. Religion: CE. Single. Farmer, of 'Swalvale', Taabinga Resumption, Kingaroy, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Thomas Dunn, of Railway Workshops, Ipswich, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Killed In Action
28 Jun 1915 at Balkan Pits, Anzac. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.
Notes: CWGC lists: Mother; Mary Alice Dunn. Same address, but 'Taabinga' only. Killed in the attack on the Turkish-held Balkan Gun Pits, Anzac, 28th June 1915: 'The 5th Regiment moved along Harris Ridge as far as the Balkan Gun Pits, where they were subjected to heavy machine gun and rifle fire from the Echelon trenches, and also from Gaba Tepe. They were also subjected to shell fire from one of our destroyers, the commander of which had not been informed that our men were operating outside our own lines.... The Regiment's casualties during the afternoon were heavy, amounting to 23 killed and 79 wounded.' (Wilson p19). 'DUNN, 28th June 1915 killed in action Oscar Thomas, 5th Light Horse, eldest son of Thomas and Mary Alice, of Ipswich and Taabinga - 25.' (Roll of Honour - The Queenslander 21 or 28 [CHECK] Aug 1915 p9). Name commemorated on the Kingaroy, Queensland, memorial.


DUNN, Trooper Robert Armstrong, No. 2874.
Age at enlistment: 18. Religion: Pres. Single. Bank clerk, of Laidley, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Elizabeth Dunn, of Laidley, Queensland.
Source: 20th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 12 Oct 1916. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
13 Aug 1919.


DUNN, Shoeing Smith William Alexander, No. 266.
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 02 Oct 1915. - Shoeing Smith.
Transferred to 11th LHR, 26 Mar 1916.
Discharged



DUNNING, Trooper William, No. 2876.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: RC. Single. Plumber, of Charlotte Street, Paddington, Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Kate Dunning, of Ashgrove, Brisbane, Queensland.
Source: 20th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to 2nd LHB MGS, 06 Oct 1916.
Discharged



DUTTON, Driver Ernest Christian, No. 2009.
Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: CE. Single. Hammer Driver, of Care of Mrs William Holley, Tenterfield, NSW.
Next of kin: Friend; Mrs William Holley, of Warwick Road, Tenterfield, NSW.
Source: 14th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 09 Mar 1916. Trooper - Driver.
Transferred to 13th Field Artillery Brigade, 27 Mar 1916.
Discharged



DWYER, Private Thomas, No. 862.
Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: RC. Single. Labourer, of C/ Dan Ryan, blacksmith, Charters Towers, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Marion Dwyer, of Cloncurry, Queensland.
Source: 4th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 29 Jul 1915. Trooper - Private.
Transferred to 49th Battalion, 16 Feb 1917.
Wounded
December 12 1915
Killed In Action
5 Apr 1918 in France. Grave: No Known Grave.
Notes: 130th Casualty List - wounded (Daily Mail (Brisbane) 7 Jan 1916 p4). Died as Private No. 862, 49th Battalion. Name commemorated on the Villers Brettoneux, France, and Charters Towers, Queensland, memorials.


DWYER, Trooper Walter Ernest, No. 501, C Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: RC. Single. Labourer, of Inglewood, Queensland.
Next of kin: Thomas Dwyer, of Inglewood, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Transferred to 2 AMG Sqn, 20 Sep 1917.
Discharged



DYOS, Lieutenant (hon Captain) Albert Edward.
Age at enlistment: 26. Religion: CE. Single. Clerk, of Muirtin, Holmes Street, South Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Hanna Ardron-Dyos, of 94 Hyde Road, Ardwick, Manchester, England.
Source: 2nd Reinforcements, joined Regiment 17 Feb 1916. Trooper - Lieutenant (hon Captain).
Transferred to 13 IBHQ, 17 Mar 1916.
Appointment Terminated



DYSON-HOLLAND, Gunner Fenton Mervyn, No. 682.
Age at enlistment: 23. Religion: CE. Single. Station overseer, of Care of Mrs Scriven, Yeronga, near Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Lilian F Dyson-Holland, of Care of A. MacArthur, Bairnsdale, Victoria.
Source: 1st Reinforcements, joined Regiment 16 May 1915. Trooper - Gunner.
Transferred to Anzac Provost Corps, 09 Nov 1916.
Discharged



EADY, Trooper Charles Robert, No. 103, B Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: CE. Single. Farmer, of Stoker's Siding, Tweed River, NSW.
Next of kin: Father; RH Eady, of Stoker's Siding, Tweed River, NSW.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
31 Mar 1919.


EARDLEY, Trooper Edward Godfrey Cyril, No. 23.
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 29 Aug 1915. - Trooper.
Transferred to 11th LHR, 22 Feb 1916.
Discharged



EARL, Private John Speight, No. 236, A Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 33. Religion: CE. Single. Saw-mill labourer, of unstated location.
Next of kin: Sister; Hannah Jenkins, of 4, The Mount, Martin's Lane, Liscard, Cheshire, England.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Private.
Transferred to 41 Bn, 07 Dec 1916.
Discharged



EDGINTON, SSM John Patrick, No. 228, A Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 26. Religion: CE. Single. Stockman, of 34 Union St North Sydney, NSW.
Next of kin: Father; WP Edginton, of 34 Union St North Sydney, NSW.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Sergeant - SSM.
Discharged
23 Jan 1919.


EDMONDS, Trooper Charles Henry, No. 2412.
Age at enlistment: 19. Religion: Meth. Single. Drover, of Midway, Ingham, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Joseph Edmonds, of Midway, Ingham, Queensland.
Source: 16th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Discharged
21 Jul 1920.


EDNEY, Trooper James Darcy, No. 3, B Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 26. Religion: CE. Single. Carter, of Main Avenue, Eildon Hill, Windsor, Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; J.T. Edney, of Main Avenue, Eildon Hill, Windsor, Brisbane, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 17 Sep 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
07 Apr 1918.


EDWARDS, Trooper Arthur Francis, No. 397, B Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: CE. Married. Teamster, of Lismore, NSW.
Next of kin: Wife; A Edwards, of Care of C. Hambly, Keen Street, Lismore, NSW.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
12 Apr 1916.


EDWARDS, Temp. Sergeant Ernest, No. 24.
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 29 Aug 1915. - Temp. Sergeant.
Transferred to 11th LHR, 22 Feb 1916.
Discharged

Notes: STB Ernest Waldemar HAMMOND


EDWARDS, Sergeant James Henry, No. 626, C Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 24. Religion: RC. Single. Stockman, of Eaton Street, Mitchell, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Adelia Edwards, of Eaton Street, Mitchell, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Sergeant.
Discharged
26 Feb 1919.


EGERTON, Bombadier Francis Victor, No. 865.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: RC. Single. Station overseer, of Aberfoyle Station, Torrens Creek, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; F. Egerton, of Woodland, Rockhampton, Queensland.
Source: 4th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 22 May 1915. Trooper - Bombadier.
Transferred to 14th Field Artillery Brigade, 27 Mar 1916.
Wounded
July 9 1915
Discharged



EGGAR, Trooper Jonathan Seymour, No. 766.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: CE. Single. Stockman, of Capella, Queensland.
Next of kin: Half Sister; Victoria Petersen, of Newhaven, Gin Gin, Queensland.
Source: 3rd Reinforcements, joined Regiment 29 Jul 1915. Trooper - Trooper.
Transferred to Anzac Provost Corps, 03 Apr 1916.
Discharged



EGGINS, Corporal Harold James, No. 387, B Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 22. Religion: Meth. Single. Plumber, of Ulmarra, Clarence River, NSW.
Next of kin: Father; C Eggins, of Ulmarra, Clarence River, NSW.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Acting Corporal - Corporal.
Killed In Action
28 Jun 1915 at Balkan Pits, Anzac. Grave: Shell Green cemetery, II.K.16.
Notes: Killed in the attack on the Turkish-held Balkan Gun Pits, Anzac, 28th June 1915: 'The 5th Regiment moved along Harris Ridge as far as the Balkan Gun Pits, where they were subjected to heavy machine gun and rifle fire from the Echelon trenches, and also from Gaba Tepe. They were also subjected to shell fire from one of our destroyers, the commander of which had not been informed that our men were operating outside our own lines.... The Regiment's casualties during the afternoon were heavy, amounting to 23 killed and 79 wounded.' (Wilson p19). Name commemorated on the Ulmarra, NSW, memorial.


EGLINGTON, Pte Alvin, No. 2369.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: CE. Single. Clerk, of 'Holydean', River Road, Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Martha Eglington, of 'Holydean', River Road, Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland.
Source: 16th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to Imperial Camel Corps, 05 Aug 1916.
Discharged

Notes: 18th Rfts no.: 2639


ELCOATE, SQMS Arthur Tom Johnstone, No. 3107.
Age at enlistment: 33. Religion: CE. Single. Clerk, of Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Isabel Morris, of Langside Road, Hamilton, Brisbane, Queensland.
Source: 24th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 05 Jun 1917. Trooper - SQMS.
Discharged
31 Mar 1921.


ELLIOTT, Trooper Alwynne, No. 1058.
Age at enlistment: 27. Religion: CE. Single. Pastoral student, of unstated location.
Next of kin: Mother; Annie Elliott, of The Bungalow, Biggleswade, Bedford, England.
Source: 6th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 14 Nov 1915. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
23 Aug 1916.
Notes: Apprs Unit History (Wilson) as 'Alwyne'


ELLIOTT, Trooper David, No. 3235.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: Meth. Single. Labourer, of Rockhampton, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Elizabeth Elliott, of Cedar Pocket, Gympie, Queensland.
Source: 26th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Discharged
06 Oct 1919.


ELLIOTT, Temp. SQMS Leslie Ernest, No. 866.
Age at enlistment: 19. Religion: CE. Single. Dairy farmer, of Cedars, Boonah, Queensland.
Next of kin: James Elliott, of Cedars, Boonah, Queensland.
Source: 4th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 25 May 1915. Trooper - Temp. SQMS.
Wounded
July 28 1915, August 9 1916
Discharged
04 Oct 1919.


ELLIS, Driver George Arthur, No. 3056.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: CE. Single. Engine driver, of Charters Towers, Queensland.
Next of kin: Brother; William Frederick Ellis, of 34 Victoria Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, Queensland.
Source: 23rd Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to 32 Coy Australian Service Corps, 07 Aug 1918.
Discharged



ELLIS, Trooper Jack, No. 493, C Squadron.
Born Byrock, NSW. Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: RC. Single. Stockman, of Richmond, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Tom Ellis, of Richmond, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Wounded
November 18 1915, May 3 1918
Died Of Wounds
3 May 1918 in Palestine. Grave: No Known Grave.
Notes: Son of Thomas Ellis and Elizabeth Ellis, of Richmond, Queensland. (Wildman 267)(&) Died aged 28. Name commemorated on the Jerusalem, Israel, and Richmond, Queensland, memorials.


ELLIS, Sergeant Roy Joseph Francis, No. 1562.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: RC. Single. Labourer, of Bowen, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Joseph Ellis, of Sanantio, Belmore Road, Coogee, Sydney, NSW.
Source: 12th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 07 Jan 1916. Trooper - Sergeant.
Transferred to 14th Field Artillery Brigade, 27 Mar 1916.
Discharged



ELMES, Trooper George Alfred, No. 1464.
Age at enlistment: 26. Religion: CE. Single. Shearer, of Cassowary Street, Longreach, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; F. Elmes, of Cassowary Street, Longreach, Queensland.
Source: 11th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 23 Feb 1916. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
04 Oct 1919.


ELWYN, Lieutenant Garth Maundy.
Born Texas, Queensland. Age at enlistment: 20. Religion: CE. Single. Commission / Stock & Station agent, of Gunzan, Inglewood, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Herbert Fraser Elwyn, of Gunzan, Inglewood, Queensland.
Source: 10th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 23 Feb 1916. Trooper - Lieutenant.
Transferred to Australian Flying Corps: 4 Sqn , 17 Nov 1916.
Appointment Terminated

Notes: (Cutlack p227)


EMERSON, Temp. Sergeant Henry, No. 224, C Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 23. Religion: CE. Single. Linesman, of unstated location.
Next of kin: Mother; Fanny Emerson, of 145 Tyers Street, Lambeth London, England.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Signaller - Temp. Sergeant.
Demobbed, UK
09 Sep 1919.


EMMONS, Trooper William John, No. 2994.
Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: RC. Single. Stockman, of Cairns, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Jessie Emmons, of Spencer Street, Cairns, Queensland.
Source: 22nd Reinforcements, joined Regiment 11 Apr 1917. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
27 Jan 1919.


ENGLISH, Shoeing Smith Charles Edward, No. 2995.
Age at enlistment: 31. Religion: CE. Married. Timber getter, of Anderson, via Gunalda, Queensland.
Next of kin: Wife; Dorothy English, of Anderson, via Gunalda, Queensland.
Source: 22nd Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to 5 Signals Troop, 23 Apr 1917.
Discharged

Notes: MSM


ENRIGHT, Pte Michael James, No. 2819.
Age at enlistment: 20. Religion: RC. Single. Grocer, of Brisbane, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Catherine Enright, of Beaudesert, Queensland.
Source: 19th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to Imperial Camel Corps, 07 Sep 1916.
Discharged



ENSOR, Trooper Ernest Edwin, No. 155, Headquarters.
Born Dalby, Queensland. Age at enlistment: 22. Religion: RC. Single. Fireman, of P.O., Roma, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Henry Ensor, of 'Pretoria', Bell, Dalby, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Driver - Trooper.
Wounded
April 19 1918
Died Of Wounds
20 Apr 1918 in Palestine. Grave: Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel, W.98.
Notes: Son of Henry and Teresa Bridget Ensor of "Pretoria," Bell, Dalby, Queensland. Died aged 26. Name commemorated on the Roma, Queensland, memorial.


ETHERINGTON, ER/2/Corporal George Lord, No. 859.
Age at enlistment: 21. Religion: CE. Single. Bridge carpenter, of C/ Mrs Etherington, 7 The Grove, Sunderland, England.
Next of kin: Mother; Mrs E.A. Etherington, of 7 The Grove, Sunderland, England.
Source: 4th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 25 May 1915. Trooper - ER/2/Corporal.
Transferred to Anzac Provost Corps, 03 Apr 1916.
Discharged



EVANS, Temp. Driver David, No. 3175.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: CE. Single. Stockman, of Cairns, Queensland.
Next of kin: Brother; William Evans, of Gordonvale, Queensland.
Source: 25th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to Australian Army Service Corps, 20 Aug 1917.
Discharged



EVANS, Trooper Esmond, No. 3300.
Age at enlistment: 28. Religion: CE. Single. Stockman, of 'Kinauld', Davis Street, Rockhampton, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; Clarence F. Evans, of 'Kinauld', Davis Street, Rockhampton, Queensland.
Source: 27th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 15 Apr 1918. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
04 Sep 1919.


EVANS, ER/2/Corporal George, No. 268.
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 29 Aug 1915. - ER/2/Corporal.
Transferred to 11th LHR, 22 Feb 1916.
Wounded
September 19 1915
Discharged



EVANS, Sergeant John Caradoc, No. 225.
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 29 Aug 1915. - Sergeant.
Discharged
06 Sep 1916.


EVANS, Trooper John Thomas, No. 269.
Age unknown.
Next of kin: unknown, of unknown address.
Source: 11th LHR, joined Regiment 29 Aug 1915. - Trooper.
Transferred to 11th LHR, 22 Feb 1916.
Wounded
November 5 1915
Discharged



EVANS, Trooper Thomas Robert, No. 352, A Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: CE. Single. Sawyer, of Oakfield, Ruthven Street, North Toowoomba, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Eliza Evans, of Oakfield, Ruthven Street, North Toowoomba, Queensland.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Trooper.
Wounded
June 28 1915
Killed In Action
26 Nov 1915 at Anzac. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

Notes: CWGC lists: 1) Age: 27. 2) Father; John Evans. 3) NOK address: 'Tasma', Neil St, Toowoomba Qld. Wounded in the attack on the Turkish-held Balkan Gun Pits, Anzac, 28th June 1915: 'The 5th Regiment moved along Harris Ridge as far as the Balkan Gun Pits, where they were subjected to heavy machine gun and rifle fire from the Echelon trenches, and also from Gaba Tepe. They were also subjected to shell fire from one of our destroyers, the commander of which had not been informed that our men were operating outside our own lines.... The Regiment's casualties during the afternoon were heavy, amounting to 23 killed and 79 wounded.' (Wilson p19). Name commemorated on the Toowoomba, Queensland, memorial.


EVANS, Corporal William, No. 715.
Age at enlistment: 25. Religion: Meth. Single. Labourer, of 40 Blyth Street, Percy Main, via Newcastle, Northumberland, England.
Next of kin: Mother; Jane Evans, of 40 Blyth Street, Percy Main, via Newcastle, Northumberland, England.
Source: 2nd Reinforcements, joined Regiment 16 May 1915. Trooper - Corporal.
Transferred to 3 Div HQ, 01 Aug 1916.
Wounded
July 28 1915
Discharged



EVANS, Gunner William John, No. 598, C Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 23. Religion: CE. Single. Shearer, of Hughenden, Queensland.
Next of kin: Father; William John Evans, of North Shore Post Office, Sydney, NSW.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Trooper - Gunner.
Transferred to 13th Field Artillery Brigade, 27 Mar 1916.
Discharged



EVERDELL, Lance Corporal William James, No. 2877.
Age at enlistment: 24. Religion: Theos. Single. Farmer, of Woodhill, Beaudesert, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; Mary Everdell, of Woodhill, Beaudesert Line, Queensland.
Source: 20th Reinforcements: Not Taken On Strength of Regiment.
Transferred to 2nd LHB MGS, 06 Oct 1916.
Discharged



EWEN, Trooper Bruce Skinner, No. 3416.
Age at enlistment: 26. Religion: Pres. Single. Farrier, of Niel Street, Toowoomba, Queensland.
Next of kin: Mother; A. Ewen, of Niel Street, Toowoomba, Queensland.
Source: 29th Reinforcements, joined Regiment 06 Jan 1919. Trooper - Trooper.
Discharged
04 Sep 1919.


EWING, Sergeant Thomas Campbell, No. 104, B Squadron.
Age at enlistment: 30. Religion: CE. Married. Auctioneer, of Casino, NSW.
Next of kin: Wife; L Ewing, of Casino, NSW.
Source: Original, joined Regiment 08 Dec 1914. Corporal, Acting Sergeant - Sergeant.
Wounded
June 28 1915
Discharged
02 Feb 1916.
Notes: (P/4LH) Appears in The Queenslander 7 Aug 1915 p24 as 'E.C. Ewing'. Wounded in the attack on the Turkish-held Balkan Gun Pits, Anzac, 28th June 1915: 'The 5th Regiment moved along Harris Ridge as far as the Balkan Gun Pits, where they were subjected to heavy machine gun and rifle fire from the Echelon trenches, and also from Gaba Tepe. They were also subjected to shell fire from one of our destroyers, the commander of which had not been informed that our men were operating outside our own lines.... The Regiment's casualties during the afternoon were heavy, amounting to 23 killed and 79 wounded.' (Wilson p19). See also the record for DELPRATT, Sgt. M.G., taken prisoner. For a more detailed account of the operation and diagrams, see Bean V2 p295-9. Bean (V2 p299) states that 24 were killed in the operation, 79 - including 5 officers - wounded.




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