Adam Smith CAMERON

CAMERON, Adam Smith

Other Name: Smith-Cameron, Adam - Australian War Memorial - Pre first world war conflicts - Nominal Roll
Service Number: 63
Enlisted: 1 January 1900
Last Rank: Chief Petty Officer
Last Unit: HMCS/HMAS Protector
Born: Bowden, South Australia , 21 December 1880
Home Town: Port Adelaide, Port Adelaide Enfield, South Australia
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Not yet discovered
Died: Intestinal blockage, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 25 May 1916, aged 35 years
Cemetery: Cheltenham Cemetery, South Australia
Cheltenham Cemetery, Cheltenham, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Memorials: Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour
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Boxer Rebellion (China) Service

1 Jan 1900: Enlisted Royal Australian Navy, Able Seaman
6 Aug 1900: Embarked HMCS/HMAS Protector, HMCS Protector
6 Aug 1900: Embarked HMCS/HMAS Protector, HMCS Protector

World War 2 Service

1 Feb 1911: Enlisted 63
25 May 1916: Discharged 63

World War 1 Service

25 May 1916: Involvement Chief Petty Officer, 63

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Biography contributed by David Barlow

Served in China 1900-1901 (Boxer Uprising) aboard HMCS Protector as an Able Seaman 1st Class

Served during WW1 as a Chief Petty Officer (CPO) A & I Staff / R Staff Instructor - Royal Australian Naval Reserve - Service number 63

(Smith-Cameron, Adam / Cameron, Adam Smith) Husband of Lydia Cameron