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Please login or register. The work contains meticulas records including an alpabetically entered almanac of his own handwriting listing every thing an officer needed to know,including what I believe is a list of officers he served with their enlistment details, their awards, some even the schools they attended. There is a very fragile page headed "Extracts from a diary found on a dead Turkish officer Commanding 1st Battalion 33rd Reg.

This diary has entries until Political and Economic Intelligence Summaries dated several dates in A book which appears to have been written at an officers school where he has written all that was taught along with drawings of weapons etc. Including Boms, Tents, fodder, transport, new establishment, cavelry school lecture, points for disiplinary procedure, officers guard procedure, courts of inquiry and forms of orders. I have advised the owner of these works that the works should be trancsribed and the originals be treated with great care.

She has however given permission that I can use these materials to answer any particular questions that researchers may have from these works.

I have very quickly skimmed through and will need time to fully digest all the material but can try to answer questions. I have sent you an Email with regard to this material. The information held in his diary from Gallipoli would be of great interest. As RQMS at the Charge of the Nek, he was in charge of the 30 odd men who made up the carrying party that were to go over as soon as the Turkish positions had been taken. His account of the charge would be that of an eye wittness, not actually taking part in the charge itself, and may shed some very important information as to what transpired that morning.

Please thank the lady for making this most important material available for our research, a truely wonderful surprise. Jeff have you been in contact with Kim? Over the next couple of weeks we will put them in some sort of order and in the New Year have them appraised by a researcher of the 8th Light Horse, who has kindly volunteered. Since my last posting I have seen more documents and feel that in order to do justice to the works it is best done on a slow and sure appraisal of the works.

It will take a much much more learned person than I to put these documents in order and determine the signifcance of them. I believe my grandfather Arthur Woodbridge of the 8th LH B Squadron was a part of the charge at the Nek and am keen to find out as much as possible about the attack. Also I hope I may come across a relative of someone in his squadron who knew my grandfather.

He has left no information at all about his war service. Your grandfather has not yet been put online. You can request his records be digitilised on that site. Service Number - I cannot find him being wounded in McGrath's records.

I would appreciate the right reference point to start from so I don't waste a lot of time reinventing the wheel as it were! Unfortunately he had a shadowy life? Apart from a series of post cards from Palestine that made a picture of Jesus The only verbal history I have is that he was possibly gassed?

A part from that the war was taboo and so there are many gaps. My mother has always mentioned in passing that he fought at Beersheba, as Mum had no notion of what Beersheba was or where it was.

My recent basic research does not support that he 10th LH was at the charge of Beersheba. I actually visited Isreal before I really knew of my heritage and have seen some of the sites of interest without knowing?

Is it possible that the 10th LH were at Beersheba? Can any body point me in the right direction to start looking. Any help is appreciated as I intend to pass what ever I find onto other rellies. Firstly, read back through the pages of this forum for posts relating to the 10th Light Horse Regiment, Beersheba, and the means to searching the official records.

You will find in these posts the answers to most of your questions. Gullett, is your next best source of reference. You will also find there are many knowledgable people on this forum who will be able to come to your assistance, several specializing in the history of the 10th Light Horse Regiment. I wish you luck with your search to find out more about your Grandfather and his fine Regiment. Just a word of warning, it will become an obsession once you begin to find more information, but there are worse things in life and if nothing else, you will learn an awful lot about the Light Horse.

Regards, Jeff Neally forgot, yes the 10th were at Beersheba. So if he fought at Beersheba then as mention yes he was as the battle was more then just the charge. To confirm you need to get his Service records from the National Archives site which you can enter via the Forum page of this webb site. When you do we would also like to confirm which unit he did serve in if you could tell us. I think he had an association for horses through the delivery cart for delivering bread?

He must have had his own horse I would ahve thought? Thanks Jeff for your lead in, it is becoming a quest to find out, but it is a shame that more verbal history was not passed on. I think maybe like a lot of return soldiers the memories were better left, and hence were not talked about.

If I find more I will certainly post it on this site. The history of Australian armed forces in the middle east is a fascinating one and I know from fact that Australians are even today thought of highly in Isreal or Palestine as it was. They class Australians as equals and with the same fighting capabilities which is a very high honour! The part australians played in liberating Jerusalem is historic as the sites of battles there are many and of biblical significance.

His place of birth according to the records was Brisbane, QLD. If you do not have a copy and you would like one please let me know and I put you in contact with Ian.

I know there are family connections with Townsville so your comments in regards to his birth place make sense. Its funny- the tapestry of family history. I bought land in Gooseberry Hill and live there now- unbeknown to me my great grandfather Joseph Henry Martins' father owned a shop in Kalamunda Perth hills , about 1 km down the road from me now.

I happened to visit the Kalamunda historical museum and by chance saw a picture of him standing outside his store in Kalamunda. On the other side of the street is a building which replaced the original bakery which burnt down and which has a plaque with his name on it as a pioneer.

This I found out only 3 years ago-coincidence eh! Cheers for the info. Tuesday, February 1, 9th Light Horse Regiment Location - Heliopolis 9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary - A Regiment from the Brigade composed of one Squadron from each Regiment was ordered out this morning at to deal with some reservists who were causing trouble at the camp of the Camel Corps, one more Squadron from this Regiment was detailed to stand by ready to move but it was not required.

The other troops returned to camp at That must have been one heck of a riot in the camp. The problem is I can't find any reference to it in Gullett. For some strange reason, he is voiceless. I can find no soldiers from the Camel Corps based a Heliopolis during that time or later? The first Australian company arrived from Tel el Kebir on the 24th Jan to begin training.

The 2nd Company arrived on the 30th Jan and the 3rd and 4th companies arrived on the 31st Jan. I have the War Diary of the Camel Corps School and the only entery for the 1st Feb was noteing the arrival of 60 camels from the Egyptian Coast Guard with saddlery. The other Camel Troops were Indian Bekehir my spelling? Sorry mate but what that entery refers to is unknown to me and since the boys were still in there first week of training they wouldn't have time to complain.

Frank Reid in his book makes no mention of any major problems other then over staying leave or arriving back drunk during there time at Abbassia but I think the men were to busy to get out in the first week of training.

But of interest is that Heliopolis camp was only a few miles north east of Abbassia. Perhaps I got confused with Smith V. I cannot recall ever reading about it.

Perhaps, they were not happy to trade in their horses for camels. Many of the Regular English cavalry officers were distressed about their men being diverted to camels. But again, it would be unlikely that the Poms played up to that extent. I think even more unlikely that Aust Mounted troops would be used in those circumstances. More likely to have been Aussie or Enzeds for mine. The CTC was also recently created at about the same time. But it would seem like smashing a nut with a sledge hammer,,to require that many LH troops.

Other Indian CC units were engaged elsewhere west and would seem not be the problem. And also there was the ECC units. Perhaps the authorities feared some type of local Moslem uprising. During this period there was some thoughts that the Turks had coerced elements from within!

OK —that is my brain dump. It fits the time frame. These following accounts from 8th LH men have been attributed to the Sunday 30th January Although the 1st February is also mentioned for calling out of Troops.

Went as far as Cairo, quarter of an hour late, Welsh Horse got in first having been nearer. There was a bit of a go with the s and about 6 s were killed. We were not in it. I suppose it makes more sense that they were Egyptians reservists.

The explanation is just tops. Thanks a heap mate.

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