|Place of birth||Unley, South Australia|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Address||83 Albert Street, Goodwood, South Australia|
|Age at embarkation||20|
|Next of kin||Sister, Mrs Elizabeth Angas, same address|
|Previous military service||Served for 2 years in the Citizen Military Forces (Goodwood, C Company).|
|Place of enlistment||Adelaide, South Australia|
|Rank on enlistment||Private|
|Unit name||43rd Battalion, B Company|
|AWM Embarkation Roll number||23/60/1|
|Embarkation details||Unit embarked from Adelaide, South Australia, on board HMAT A19 Afric on
|Rank from Nominal Roll||Private|
|Unit from Nominal Roll||43rd Battalion|
|Fate||Returned to Australia
War service: Western Front
Embarked Adelaide, 9 June 1916; disembarked Marseilles, France, 20 July 1916.
Proceeded to England (date not recorded).
Admitted to Brigade Hospital, Fargo, 2 September 1916; discharged, 9 September 1916. Forfeited 4½d, 9 September 1916, being the cost of one table fork lost whilst a patient at Fargo Hospital.
Proceeded overseas to France, 25 November 1916.
Found guilty, 10 July 1917, of being absent without leave from 8.30 pm parade, 7 July 1917: awarded 7 days' Field Punishment No 2.
Admitted to 9th Field Ambulance31 July 1917 (not yet diagnosed); discharged to duty same day.
Wounded in action, 20 October 1917 (shell wound, contusion, back), and admitted to 11th Australian Field Ambulance; transferred to 44th Casualty Clearing Station, 21 October 1917, and transferred same day to Ambulance Train No 30; transferred to 22nd General Hospital, Camiers, 22 October 1917; to England, 1 November 1917, and admitted to Northampton War Hospital, Duston; discharged on furlough, 13 December 1917, to report to No 1 Command Depot, Sutton Veney, 27 December 1917.
Found guilty, 4 January 1918, of being absent without leave from 3.30 pm, 27 December, to 3 pm, 3 January: awarded 24 days' Field Punishment No 2, and forfeited a total of 32 days' pay.
Marched out to Overseas Training Brigade, Longbridge Deverill, 14 January 1918.
Proceeded overseas to France, 1 February 1918; rejoined 43rd Bn, in the field, 9 February 1918.
Transferred to Australian Corps School, 5 July 1918.
Admitted to 41st Stationary Hospital, 28 August 1918 (pyrexia, unknown origin); transferred to 2nd Stationary Hospital, 29 August 1918; transferred to England, 3 September 1918, and admitted to Connaught Hospital, Aldershot, 4 September 1918 (pleurisy: slight); discharged on furlough, 14 October 1918, to report to No 4 Command Depot, Hurdcott, 28 October 1918.
Found guilty, 2 november 1918, of being absent without leave from 10.30 am, 28 October, to 10 am, 2 November 1918: awarded forfeiute of 10 days' pay; total forfeiture: 15 days' pay.
Found guilty, 22 January 1919, of being absent without leave from 2359, 7 January, until apprehended at 2030, 14 January 1919: awarded forfeiture of 12 days' pay; total forfeiture: 19 days' pay.
Commenced return to Australia on board HT 'Ceramic', 25 January 1919; disembarked Adelaide, 6 March 1919; discharged (termination of period of enlistment), 4 April 1919.
War service: 3 years 99 days (of which 2 years 279 days were abroad)Medals: British War Medal, Victory Medal
|Date of death|
|Age at death||36|
|Place of burial||West Terrace Cemetery (Eyre Portion, Row 19, Grave No. 50 East), Adelaide, South Australia|
|Sources||NAA: B2455, ANGAS Charles Phillip|