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Bacchus Marsh
Avenue of Honour

Gunner Walter Terrence (Ted) Phillips

29/4/1893
Born at Maryborough, VIC
24/7/1915
Enlisted in the AIF, Australian Field Artillery, aged 22
13/11/1915
Transferred to the 13th Reinforcements, 1st Divisional Ammunition Column as a Gunner
5/1/1916
Embarked aboard the HMAT A19 Afric
Disembarked in Egypt
10/2/1916
Posted to No. 1 Section
8/3/1916
Transferred to the 1st Australian Field Artillery Brigade, 3rd Battery
21/3/1916
Embarked from Alexandria, Egypt
27/3/1916
Disembarked at Marseilles, France
14/7/1917 - 19/7/1917
On leave
31/7/1917
Promoted to Acting Bombardier
1/9/1917
Promoted to 2nd Bombardier
16/10/1917
Wounded in action during the Third Ypres Offensive, Belgium - gassed - admitted to 2nd Casualty Clearing Station and reverts to Gunner
21/10/1917
Admitted to the 1st Birmingham War Hospital, England
7/12/1917
Discharged to two weeks furlough
21/12/1917
Classified fit for overseas training camp in three to four weeks
8/2/1918
With the Reserve Brigade Australian Artillery
20/2/1918
Proceeded overseas to France
20/8/1918
Rejoined unit
18/10/1918
Admitted to the 3rd Australian General Hospital - influenza
31/10/1918
Embarked for England, suffering from myocarditis
1/11/1918
Admitted to the Military Hospital, Colchester
18/12/1918 - 2/1/1919
Discharged to furlough
2/1/1919
AWL for 11 days - forfeits 36 days pay
9/2/1919
Embarked for Australia aboard the Ascanius
3/4/1919
Returned to Australia
18/5/1919
Discharged from the AIF
1923
Worked for the State Rivers
7/4/1942
Enlisted at Werribee, VIC in the Australian Army - V353986
7/7/1944
Discharged from the Army as a Private in the 1st Battalion, Volunteer Defence Corps
1978
Died at Geelong, aged 84

Last updated by lee, Fri, 14 May 2021 10:22:34