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Campbell, Norman    Create Anzac Certificate
Place of Birth: Ballarat, VIC, Australia

Service Number: CAPT

Place of Enlistment: Adelaide, SA, Australia

Next of Kin: Campbell, Dora Christiana Winchester (wife)



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Capt Norman Campbell : Glenthorne Farm / O'Halloran Hill No 9 Remount Depot, connection :- All 3 CAMPBELL Brothers AND 4 WEEKS Brothers enlisted WW1
Submitted by: Jeff M Weeks
   

Glenthorne Farm / O'Halloran Hill No 9 Remount Depot, connection :-
Biographical details
1. All three CAMPBELL Brothers enlisted WW1 James, Norman & Allen, in order of Seniority
Eldest James & 2nd Norman, also fought in the IB ( Imperial Bushmen ) & ACH ( Australian Commonwealth Light Horse ) 4th Btn together during the Boer War ( 1899 - 1902 ) ;
Similar to
2. All four WEEKS Brothers enlisted WW1 Francis ( Jim ), Leslie, Stanley & Roy
( as did Francis James four sons in WW2 : Stan, James [ Jim ], Max, & Charlie ) ;
listed in order of seniority : from Francis Allen Prideaux Weeks & Elizabeth nee Northey
Sadly, the youngest brother, Roy Eric, died 1st of the 4 WW1 WEEKS brothers ! and as a bizarre cruel twist, but remarkably for our Branch of the Weeks Clan ;
the eldest brother, Francis James, died last !   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   1 of 3. Campbell, James William
Occupation : Soldier ; previously Served : Pte 410 12 months in the Light Horse ( NSW IB ) Rhodesia & West Transvaal & LCpl 2275 9 Months in 4th Btn ( ACH ) Australian Commonwealth Light Horse, Durban, Boer War ;
Enlisted Wagga, NSW & Melbourne, Victoria, respectively
Embarked 24 Apr 1900 Armenian & 26 Mch 1902 Templemore, respectively
Served : NSW IB May 1900 - May 1901 ;
previously 1902 "Gentleman" Brighton Victoria ; later copra Plantation Manager for Burns Philp & Co Ltd from 1920 ;
Born: 1 October 1876 Ballarat Victoria
Religion : Church of England
School :
Son of James (deceased) & Mrs Elizabeth Campbell nee Coltman, Glenthorne Depot, O'Halloran Hill, Adelaide, South Australia
Next of kin: Mrs Elizabeth Campbell, mother, Glenthorne Remount Depot, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia
Residence: Remount Depot, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia
Marital Status : Single
Enlisted: 15 May 1916, Adelaide, South Australia
Embarked 16 January 1917 HMAT Bulla A45, Adelaide, South Australia
Age at embarkation : 39
Transferred 12 March 1917 to Pte 3046 promoted to Sgt 3rd Light Horse Regiment, 23rd Reinforcement ( same as Tpr 1284 Stanley William Weeks 2nd youngest of 4 WW1 Weeks Brothers & Sgt Len Dungey ! both Noarlunga, South Australia )
Transferred 20 December 1917 to Pte 3046 32nd Australian Infantry Battalion ( same as youngest Brother Allen Campbell )
Pte 3046 32nd Australian Infantry Battalion
Married Amy Warburton, UK 15 May 1918
Returned: 24 May 1919
Discharged : 3 July 1919
Served: Egypt, Western Front
Medals : (24 Mch 1901 Queens South Africa Medal with Rhodesia, Transvall, South Africa ; 1902 clasps )
Military Medal 16 August 1916 Sgt with 32nd Btn Bellicourt 29 September - 1 October 1918 ; British War Medal, Victory Medal ;
Death: 1 September 1930 not attributed to war service ; Tertiary malaria (blackwater fever) Kieta Hospital Bougainville, PNG
Memorials : buried near Buka, Bougainville, PNG
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   not to be confused with a Lt N ( Neil ) Campbell, Boer War South Australia 5th Contingent : see attached jpgs   2 of 3. Campbell, Norman
Occupation : Soldier ; AASC Permanent Services ; previously Served : ( Tpr 516 ? in the Light Horse [ NSW IB ] ? ) Pte 316 in the Light Horse ( Vic IB ) & LCpl& then Sgt 2253 in 4th Btn ( ACH ) Australian Commonwealth Light Horse, Boer War ;
Born: 24 February 1881 Ballarat Victoria
Religion : Church of England
School :
Son of James (deceased) & Mrs Elizabeth Campbell nee Coltman, Glenthorne Depot, O'Halloran Hill, Adelaide, South Australia
Residence: Remount Depot, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia
Marital Status : Married
Next of kin: Dora Christiana Winchester Campbell, wife ;
Spouse: Dora Christiana Winchester Campbell nee Wilmot, 'Mayno', Murrumbeena Road, Murrumbeena, Victoria
Enlisted: 1 November 1917
Embarked 8 November 1917 SS Chindwarra, Adelaide, South Australia
Age at embarkation : 36 
Captain Light Horse Remount Unit, India ( same as Dvr 512 Francis James Weeks eldest of 4 WW1 Weeks Brothers )
Returned: 7 January 1918
Served: India
During Boer War : may have been shot through the lungs but recovered ? invalided England ? see attached jpgs
Medals : Military Cross according to posting on Boer War Memorial WebSite http://www.bwm.org.au by John Matthew James Campbell, North Turramurra NSW, son of James William Campbell
Death: 5 July 1957 Helmsdale South Australia   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   3 of 3. Campbell, Allen
401 CSM Captain 32nd Australian Infantry Battalion, B Coy, was Company Sergeant Major ( same as eldest Brother James William Campbell ) ; previously 7th Light Horse Regiment
Occupation : Grazier ( may have been managing the 315 ploughed acres as the Government Horse Depot : 22 March 1913 Trove nla [ of the original 2000 acres Glenthorne Farm Estate for the ASC Army Service Corps No 9 Remount Depot ] ) ? ; previous military service : 18 Months Lieutenant 7th Australian Light Horse Regiment ;
Residence: Remount Depot, Glenthorne, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia, in charge from 1914
Born: 1885 St Kilda, Victoria
Religion : Presbyterian
School :
Son of James (deceased) & Mrs Elizabeth Campbell nee Coltman, Glenthorne Depot, O'Halloran Hill, Adelaide, South Australia
Next of kin: Mrs Elizabeth Campbell, mother, Glenthorne Remount Depot, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia
Marital Status : Single
Enlisted: 10 July 1915, Keswick, Adelaide, South Australia
Embarked either 18 or 24 November 1915 either HMAT Geelong A2 or Katuna A13, Adelaide, South Australia
Age at embarkation : 30
Returned: 2 March 1919
Served: Egypt, Western Front
Medals : Military Cross 32nd Battalion ; Military Medal 1 March 1918 ; Legion d'Honneur 30 August 1918 ;  1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal ;
to be awarded the MM Allen Campbell must have been " OR " Other Ranks 1st, & then promoted to later receive the MC as well !
Death:   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   " Dual Services & Discharges : Sgt AASC & AIF Driver 512 : Glenthorne ( Farm ) Estate, Farmer/Machinist & No 9 Remount, Showjumping Horseman Vs the Light Horse "     1 of 4. AIF Driver 512 Weeks, Francis James ( Jim )
allocated AIF Driver number  512, Gawler Encampment as early as 23 Feb - 10th Mch 1914 ;  ASC Complement complete : inspection by Hamilton ;
Remount Section, Indian Remount Unit
Occupation : Soldier AASC Permanent Services ; already enlisted AASC Permanent Forces 4 years 9 months Remount Unit still serving Remount Section ;
( AASC enlistment 10 Feb 1913, same day as 2nd eldest brother Leslie Horace Charles ) Residence: Remount Depot, Glenthorne, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia
Born: X'mas Day 25 December 1889 Noarlunga South Australia
Religion : Church of England
School : Old Noarlunga Primary School, Noarlunga, South Australia
Son of Francis Allen Prideaux Weeks & Elizabeth nee Northey
Marital Status : Married & 2 ( of 5 ) Children : Ellen Theresa Harris, married 3 Months after intial Enlistment ASC 1913
Next of kin: Nellie Weeks nee Harris, wife, c/o Father Charles " Chas " Harris, Coachbuilder, John Street, off Wright Street, Adelaide SA
Enlisted AIF : 1 November 1917 ( Attested same day as 2nd youngest Brother Stanley William was wounded 2nd time [ lead up to charge of Beersheba ] 29 October 1917 )
Embarked: 8 November 1917 SS Chindwarra, Adelaide, South Australia
Age at embarkation : 28  
Returned: 8 January 1918, unit demobilised ( March became Remount Section, BOTH 4th Military District, Keswick Barracks & O'Halloran Hill Remount Depot No 9 ) ;
DUAL : Services AASC 1913 - 1923 / AIF 1917 - 1918 & Discharges : AIF 8 Jan 1918 " paid in full to 8 Nov 1918 after " / AASC 3 Mch 1923 ( 4th Military District, Remount Section, Keswick Barracks ) ;
Served : Indian Remount Section ( same as Capt Norman Campbell 2nd of the 3 WW1 Campbell Brothers ) 
Medals : 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal
Death: 17 November 1965 37 Milner Street, Hilton, Adelaide South Australia   Occupation / Working Life :-   All his life he was a very quiet, gentle & humble man ( although he gave his 4 Sons a very strict, stern upbringing, such were the times before, during & after the Great War as well as the Great Depression, years 1929 - 1933 ) ;   *  Military :
1913 - 1923 Farmer & Driver 512, ASC permanent Forces, No 9 Remount Farm / Depot, O'Halloran Hill & also on 1918 AIF return Remount Section, 4th Military District, Keswick Barracks ;
1914 Gawler Encampment,  ASC Complement complete : inspection by Hamilton ; allocated AIF Driver number  512 as early as : 23 Feb - 10th Mch 1914
1914 Morphettville Camp 4th Coy ASC Divisional Train : Aug 1914 " F Wickes "   Enlisted AIF : 1 November 1917 ( Attested same day as 2nd youngest Brother Stanley William was wounded 1st time [ at charge of Romani ] 29 October 1917 )  
Returned: 8 January 1918, unit demobilised :
DUAL : Services AASC 1913 - 1923 / AIF 1917 - 1918 & Discharges : AIF 8 Jan 1918 " paid in full to 8 Nov 1918 after " / AASC 3 Mch 1923 ( 4th Military District, Remount Section, Keswick Barracks ) ;   claimed to have gone to Gallipoli  2-3+ times Helles Peninsula &or ANZAC Cove ? 1915 with LH ( Light Horse ) &or Mules ? trans shipments / re Supply ;
possibly via " TF " Territorial Force &or Indian Mule Train, Australian Division ( Helles V Beach under British 29th Division &or ANZAC Cove under Australian 1st &or 4th Div Train ? [ ASC Army Service Corps ] )
most probably during 1915Aug with the 2nd Offensive at Suvla Bay, Allied Landings ( not the 1st Offensive Landings 1915Apr ? ) via Lemnos, Imbros, Tenedos &or Mytlene *** see Sir Ian Hamilton's Orders to land 5-7,000 horses below, Re 1915Aug 2nd Offensive Sulva, after the initial Landings of 2,500+ "animals", & 1,900+ Driver &or Handlers ( as distinct from the 1915Apr 1st Offensive ANZAC Cove z Beach & Helles s-y Beaches, Landings which had previously taken place ) ; 
 
1918 AIF return in March, became Remount Section, BOTH 4th Military District, Keswick Barracks & O'Halloran Hill Remount Depot No 9 ;
1917 - 1922 contested numerous 15+ Events, Showjumping & Horses in Action, for Remount Vs Light Horse :-   After Active service ( possibly including British ASC 29th Div prior to AIF 29/10/1917 ), Francis James Weeks was awarded Showjumping trophies in his own name for Remount Vs Light Horse, up until 1922 with his old Sergeant status back, & possibly in 2 instances, with his ( 2nd oldest ) Brother, Leslie Horace Charles Weeks for Light Horse, 04/10/1920 on " Dolly " & 22/11/1920 on " Dulcie ", both Horses in Action Events, only 2 of many that Francis James Weeks also contested ;   When I & my Brother John were youngsters ( 3 - 12 years ), we use to " explore " the Store / Lean to, at the back of 37 Milner St, Hilton on Parental Friday night visits, before Ellen ( " Da " ) billeted for the West Adelaide Football Club, later to be located at their own Richmond Oval ; Foss Williams ( 1946 - 1949, later Port Adelaide icon ) & Ken Eustice ( 1958 - 1963, later Central District icon ) ;
I remember Grandfather Francis James Weeks :-
*  much cherished Light Horse slouch hat with plumes, always resting on the end of the Double Bed, foot board, post ;
&
*  on a much littered Work Bench with scattered War memorabilia, a particular Portrait photo of him in WW I " Digger " Uniform including the AIF British khaki woollen Peak Cap with Neck sun cape ;
that most if not all ANZACs were instructed to wear especially for the Landings, as a ploy, to signify to the Turks that they were part of a homogeneous force destined for Helles peninsula only ?   I think there were also photos of/with, his Army " buddies " all in the same British " Peak Caps " ;   There is currently a Debate of " protecting the officers " theme on the Great War Forum ( from Turkish [ & German ? ] Snipers which were very prevalent from the earliest days of the Landings ) ;
The British Peak Cap was an Officers dress look-a-like, & were subsequently discontinued for the helmet in France the following year 1916 onwards ;    Francis James ( Jim ) Weeks NEVER mentioned any of his WAR experiences ; however he stated this 2-3+ Trans - shipments / Re - supply to Gallipoli ( possibly from Lemnos &or Imbros ; NOT via Egypt as originally thought ) story as mentioned above, in the early 1960's to me a few years before he " passed on ", in 1965 ;  
Pg 164 of 400 Australia in Arms by Phillip F E Schuler 1916   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   2 of 4. S13790 Weeks, Leslie Horace
Private 10th Infantry Battalion 12th reinforcements A Coy
Occupation : Soldier AASC Permanent Services ; already enlisted AASC Permanent Forces 18 months still serving Glenthorne ;
( AASC enlistment 10 Feb 1913, same day as eldest brother Francis James )
Driver permanent forces AASC No 9 Remount Depot ( 1913 - 1915 ), SAR Railway porter ( 1916 - 1917, 1918 - ? )
Residence: Remount Depot, Glenthorne, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia Born: 11 August 1893 Noarlunga,South Australia
Religion : Church of England
School : Old Noarlunga Primary School, Noarlunga, South Australia
Son of Francis Allen Prideaux Weeks & Elizabeth nee Northey
Marital Status : Single 1st Enlistment
Enlisted AIF : 8 August 1915, discharged 22 December 1915, medically unfit
Next of kin: 1915 1st Enlistment Mother E Weeks 13 Charles Street Unley ;
Marital Status : Married 2nd Enlistment ; Spouse Mary Lucinda Cahill, married 1915
Re-enlisted AIF : 10 November 1917
Next of kin : 1917 re-Enlistment  Mary Weeks nee Cahill, wife, 17 Symonds Place Adelaide
Discharged from B Coy Mitcham Camp 15 December 1917, medically unfit
Death: 24 November 1961 Edwardstown South Australia   Remarkably, Leslie Horace Weeks was also Lance Sergeant S64262 during WW2 !  
He was born in Noarlunga ( the " Horseshoe " or " Shoe " ), South Australia on 11 August 1893, the 2nd of 4 Sons ( & 1 Daughter ), in the same location that his Pioneer Farmer, Grandfather William Weeks had settled with Mary Prideaux to raise 6 surviving Children ( of 10 born ), of which 3 were Sons, from 1856 onwards, having both emigrated to Port Adelaide from England on the non - assisted passage ship " Pheobe " in 1847 ; & consequently migrated to Hindmarsh & Edwards Town beforehand ;   1917 - 1922 Eldest Brother Francis James ( Jim ) Weeks contested numerous 15+ Events, Showjumping & Horses in Action, for Remount Vs Light Horse :-
After Active service ( possibly including British ASC prior to AIF 29/10/1917 ), Francis James Weeks was awarded Showjumping trophies in his own name for Remount Vs Light Horse, up until 1922 with his old Sergeant status back, & possibly in 2 instances, with his ( 2nd oldest ) Brother, Leslie Horace Charles Weeks for Light Horse, 04/10/1920 on " Dolly " & 22/11/1920 on " Dulcie ", both Horses in Action Events, only 2 of many that Francis James Weeks also contested ;   4 Oct 1920 Driver L Weeks on " Dolly " ; In the Ring, Horses in Action at O'Halloran Hill, South Australia
22 Nov 1920 Driver L Weeks on " Dulcie " ; Australian Light Horse individual Jumping ; Boy Scouts Gala : Horses in Action Carnival   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   3 of 4. AIF Trooper 1284 Weeks, Stanley William
Trooper 3rd Light Horse regiment 9th reinforcements; ( same as James William Campbell eldest of 3 WW1 Campbell Brothers ) 6th Mobile Veterinary Section
Born: 12 September 1895 Noarlunga South Australia
Religion : Church of England
School : Old Noarlunga Primary School, Noarlunga, South Australia
Son of Francis Allen Prideaux Weeks & Elizabeth nee Northey
Marital Status : Single
Next of kin: Mrs Elizabeth Weeks, mother, O'Halloaran Hill ( later 72 Arthur Street, Unley SA [later Garie, remarriage 13 June 1916, same day as youngest Roy Eric 2nd attempt AIF enlistment successful ])
Occupation: Labourer, Sep 1943 1st Class SMW injury SAR Islington ? ; Nov 1951 later roof & sheet metal worker accident Glandore ;
Enlisted AIF : 16 December 1914 ( with his Mother, Elizabeth Weeks nee Northey, written consent from O'Halloran Hill, No 9 Remount Depot )
Mitcham Camp Training Base Light Horse A Squadron : 23 Apr 1915 
Embarked 21 September 1915 HMAT Star of England A15, Adelaide, South Australia
Age at embarkation : 19
Returned: 15 May 1919
Served: ( Gallipoli 13 November 1915 - 4 December 1915 Casualty Form - Active Service AWM Army Records ) ; Egypt wounded 4 Aug 1916 charge of Romani, & wounded 29 Oct 1917 lead up to charge of Beersheba ( same day as eldest brother Francis James AIF enlistment )
Medals : 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal
Death: 15 April 1960 Hindmarsh Island, South Australia   He was born in Noarlunga ( the " Horseshoe " or " Shoe " ), South Australia on 12 September 1895, the 3rd of 4 Sons ( & 1 Daughter ), in the same location that his Pioneer Farmer, Grandfather William Weeks had settled with Mary Prideaux to raise 6 surviving Children ( of 10 born ), of which 3 were Sons, from 1856 onwards, having both emigrated to Port Adelaide from England on the non - assisted passage ship " Pheobe " in 1847 ; & consequently migrated to Hindmarsh & Edwards Town beforehand ;   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   4 of 4. S5849 Weeks, Roy Eric
Private A Company 2nd Depot Battalion
Born: 1 September 1900 Hackham SA
Religion : Church of England
School : Hackham East Primary School, Hackham East, South Australia
Son of Francis Allen Prideaux Weeks & Elizabeth nee Northey
Marital Status : Single
Next of kin: Mrs Elizabeth Weeks, mother, 72 Arthur Street Unley SA
Occupation: Labourer
Enlisted AIF : 13 June 1916 Exhibition Camp ( with his Mother, Elizabeth Weeks nee Northey, written consent ; successful 2nd attempt, same day as his Mother Elizabeth Weeks nee Northey, remarriage to John  Garie of 72 Arthur Street, Unley on 13 June 1916 also )
Contracted measles & convalesced at No 17 Auxiliary Hospital 23 Jun - 8 Aug 1916
Cancelled for being under statutory age
Death: 23 November 1946 Mooringe Avenue, Plympton South Australia  
He was the only Son of 4 who was born in Hackham 1 September 1900, not Noarlunga ; ( the " Horseshoe " or " Shoe " ), South Australia, not the location that his Pioneer Farmer, Grandfather William Weeks had settled with Mary Prideaux to raise 6 surviving Children ( of 10 born ), of which 3 were Sons, from 1856 onwards, having both emigrated to Port Adelaide from England on the non - assisted passage ship " Pheobe " in 1847 ; & consequently migrated to Hindmarsh & Edwards Town beforehand ;   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------     Bring alive past spirituality through History Research & relive past Lives   Many thanks & sincere regards
Jeff M.  Weeks
Unit 3, 371 Morphett Road, Oaklands Park, SA 5046, South Australia
PREFERRED Contact 04 2888 2844 SMS txt 7 days as I am 75 - 80 % deaf
contacts@travellersoz.com.au
Home Messages 101 : 08 8298 3787



Capt Norman Campbell Glenthorne Farm / O'Halloran Hill No 9 Remount Depot, connection
Submitted by: Jeff M Weeks

Glenthorne Farm / O'Halloran Hill No 9 Remount Depot, connection :-
Biographical details
1. All three CAMPBELL Brothers enlisted WW1 James, Norman & Allen, in order of Seniority
Eldest James & 2nd Norman, also fought in the IB ( Imperial Bushmen ) & ACH ( Australian Commonwealth Light Horse ) 4th Btn together during the Boer War ( 1899 - 1902 ) ;
Similar to
2. All four WEEKS Brothers enlisted WW1 Francis ( Jim ), Leslie, Stanley & Roy
( as did Francis James four sons in WW2 : Stan, James [ Jim ], Max, & Charlie ) ;
listed in order of seniority : from Francis Allen Prideaux Weeks & Elizabeth nee Northey
Sadly, the youngest brother, Roy Eric, died 1st of the 4 WW1 WEEKS brothers ! and as a bizarre cruel twist, but remarkably for our Branch of the Weeks Clan ;
the eldest brother, Francis James, died last !


not to be confused with a Lt N ( Neil ) Campbell, Boer War South Australia 5th Contingent : see attached jpgs

2 of 3. Campbell, Norman
Occupation : Soldier ; AASC Permanent Services ; previously Served : ( Tpr 516 ? in the Light Horse [ NSW IB ] ? ) Pte 316 in the Light Horse ( Vic IB ) & LCpl& then Sgt 2253 in 4th Btn ( ACH ) Australian Commonwealth Light Horse, Boer War ;
Born: 24 February 1881 Ballarat Victoria
Religion : Church of England
School :
Son of James (deceased) & Mrs Elizabeth Campbell nee Coltman, Glenthorne Depot, O'Halloran Hill, Adelaide, South Australia
Residence: Remount, O’Halloran Hill, South Australia
Marital Status : Married
Next of kin: Dora Christiana Winchester Campbell, wife ;
Spouse: Dora Christiana Winchester Campbell nee Wilmot, 'Mayno', Murrumbeena Road, Murrumbeena, Victoria
Enlisted: 1 November 1917
Embarked 8 November 1917 SS Chindwarra, Adelaide, South Australia
Age at embarkation : 36 
Captain Light Horse Remount Unit, India ( same as Dvr 512 Francis James Weeks eldest of 4 WW1 Weeks Brothers )
Returned: 7 January 1918
Served: India
During Boer War : may have been shot through the lungs but recovered ? invalided England ? see attached jpgs
Medals : Military Cross according to posting on Boer War Memorial WebSite http://www.bwm.org.au by John Matthew James Campbell, North Turramurra NSW, son of James William Campbell
Death: 5 July 1957 Helmsdale South Australia

Bring alive past spirituality through History Research & relive past Lives

Many thanks & sincere regards
Jeff M.  Weeks
Unit 3, 371 Morphett Road, Oaklands Park, SA 5046, South Australia
PREFERRED Contact 04 2888 2844 SMS txt 7 days as I am 75 - 80 % deaf
contacts@travellersoz.com.au
Home Messages 101 : 08 8298 3787

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