2329 William Carmody

Date of enlistment 15th July 1915
Rank at enlistment Acting Corporal
Company Transferred to 12th Battalion
Significant events while with the AIF Wounded in Action – Pozieres

Court Martial with detention

Missed Osterley and Thermosticles sailings – reduced to ranks

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Summary of Acting Corporal William Carmody WW1 service record located in the National Archives of Australia. Full details are available online at NAA series B2455

Date Location Event
13th September 1919 Australia Discharged from AIF
22nd July 1919 Australia Disembarked ‘Rio Negro’
29th May 1919 England Returned to Australia via ‘Rio Negro’ from Devonport
28th March 1919 France Left France for England
18th October 1918 France Taken on Strength of 2nd AGH from reinforcements
10th August 1918 France Transferred and marched into 2nd Australian General Hospital, Wimeraux
16th July 1918 England Proceeded to France via Southampton
4th June 1918 England District Court Martial for discipline. Sentenced to 30 days detention
22nd January 1918 England Marched into Bulford from Lewes detention centre
7th January 1918 England Various offences while at Bulford resulting in being sent to detention centre at Lewes
23rd July 1917 England Transferred to 1st ADH Bulford
24th November 1916 England Marched into No 4 depot Wareham from Tidworth
25th October 1916 England Discharged from hospital and transferred to Tidworth
13th August 1916 England Admitted 3rd Northern General Hospital in Sheffield
13th August 1916 France Embarked on MS Dieppe from Calais for England
24th July 1916 France Wounded in action. Gunshot Wound in the face. Transferred to hospital at Etaples
26th May 1916 France Taken on strength. Joined the Battalion from Etaples
4th April 1916 France Disembarked at Marseille
29th March 1916 Egypt Embarked from Alexandria on ‘Transylvania’
26th March 1916 Egypt Absent while on active service in Tel el Kabir. Forfeit 2 days pay
3rd March 1916 Egypt Disembarked Suez
29th January 1916 Australia Failed to embark on ‘Thermosticles’ on 13th October. Embarked on ‘Runic’ Attached to 12th Battalion, regimental number 4215
5th October 1915 Australia Failed to embark on ‘Osterley’ at Freemantle. Reduced to ranks. Rescheduled to embark on ‘Thermosticles’
29th September 1915 Australia Departed Melbourne on RMS Osterley
3rd August 1915 Australia Acting Corporal
19th July 1915 Australia Marched into Broadmeadows depot


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