Jeremiah BOWE

BOWE, Jeremiah

Service Number: 6035
Enlisted: 17 May 1916, Sydney, New South Wales
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: Army Medical Corps (AIF)
Born: Kilkenny, Ireland, date not yet discovered
Home Town: Not yet discovered
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: School teacher
Died: New South Wales, Australia, 13 March 1978, cause of death not yet discovered, age not yet discovered
Cemetery: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia
Plot RC-S03-G-0002
Memorials: Parramatta NSW Public School Teachers Who Served Abroard Honour Roll
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World War 1 Service

17 May 1916: Enlisted Australian Army (Post WW2), SN 6035, 19th Australian Infantry Training Battalion, Sydney, New South Wales
25 Oct 1916: Involvement Private, SN 6035, 19th Infantry Battalion
25 Oct 1916: Embarked Private, SN 6035, 19th Infantry Battalion, HMAT Ascanius, Sydney
30 Mar 1919: Discharged Australian Army (Post WW2), Private, SN 6035, Army Medical Corps (AIF)

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Biography contributed by Geoffrey Gillon

Address
c/o J Halley, Knox Street, Randwick, New South Wales

Next of kin-Mother, Mrs Maria Bowe, Tullaroan, Kilkenny, Ireland.

Tullaroan (Irish: Tulach Ruáin, meaning "Rowan's hill") is a village in the western part of County Kilkenny in the Slieveardagh Hills near the Tipperary border.

Age at embarkation-23.

Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A11 Ascanius on 25 October 1916

War service: Western Front.

Embarked Sydney, 25 October 1916; disembarked Devonport, England, 28 December 1916; marched in to 5th Training Bn, Rollestone, 29 December 1916.

Proceeded overseas to France, 13 March 1917; marched in to 2nd Australian Division Base Depot, Etaples, France, 14 March 1917; marched out to unit, 17 March 1917; taken on strength of 19th Bn, 31 March 1917.

Wounded in action and admitted to 3rd Australian Field Ambulance, 3 May 1917 (gun shot wounds to head and shoulder); transferred to Ambulance Train, 4 May 1917; to 9th General Hospital, Rouen, 5 May 1917; to England, 14 May 1917; admitted to 1st Southern General Hospital, Birmingham, England, 15 May 1917 (rheumatism); discharged from hospital and granted leave, 26 July 1917.

Marched in, from leave, to Training Bn, Codford, 9 August 1917.

Taken on strength of Australian Army Medical Corps Training Depot, Parkhouse, 8 March 1918; marched in to No 2 Command Depot, Weymouth, 20 April 1918; marched in to Australian Imperial Force Headquarters, London, 21 September 1918.

Commenced return to Australia on board HT 'Somali', 10 December 1918; disembarked, Sydney, 10 February 1919.

Spouse-
 
 
Catherine/ Kathleen Carmody

BOWE-CARMODY.
A wedding was celebrated in St. Michael's Cathedral, Wagga, on Wednesday last by the Rev. Fr. Galvin. The bride was Kathleen, eldest daughter of Mrs. M. Carmody, of the All Nations' Hotel, and of the late Mr. M. J. Carmody, of Hillas Creek, and the bridegroom, Mr. Jeremiah Bowe, of County Kilkenny, Ireland, late of the 19th Battalion A.I.F. Mr. Bowe was in uniform, and has served over three years at the front. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. Dan Carmody, of Albury, and looked very dainty in her bridal frock of white georgette, embroidered in white and finished with deep bands of crepe de chine. Her hand embroidered tulle veil was worn mob cap fashion, with a wreath of orange blossom's. Her bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom, was composed of white stocks, sweet peas and narcissus, with trails of maiden hair and asparagus ferns. A gold wristlet watch was the bridegroom's present.

The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate (NSW)
Monday 22 Sept. 1919 p.2



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