T.J. Entwistle

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Ballarat Old Colonists' Association World War One Honour Board
Australian Military Services Sports and Competitions, Evening Echo, 14 December 1917.

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History

Thomas James Entwistle was a member of the 8th Light Horse Regiment during World War One.

Captain T. J. Entwistle. who, since his return from active service with the A.I.F., has been acting as an area officer in the Ballarat district, has been notified of his acceptance for duty in charge of reinforcements on board transport. Captain Enbwistle was rejected for further active service in the A.I.F.

In September 1916 T.J. Entwistle was area officer for Area 71A and 71B Senior Cadets.

Family

In 1909 Thomas Entwistle married Effe Muriel Handhaugh.[1]

Legacy

T.J. Entwistle served during World War One and is shown on the honour board of the Old Colonist's Ballarat. He is yet to be honoured on the Ballarat Avenue of Honour.


See also

Ballarat Avenue of Honour

Old Colonists' Association

World War One

William Dunstan (1895-1957)

Notes


EMPLOYER'S TIME. One of the cadets before the City. Court to-day was charged with being absent from drill on a stated date. Captain Entwistle, who prosecuted, said the case was an important ono, because defendant absented hipiself : during the time granted by his employer, and, as the employers were abiding loyally by the new orders, it was only right that drills should be put in when the time to do so Was given. Defendant's reply yes that he would have attended, but he slept in on the morning referred, to. He was fined 2/6, or. 24 hours' detention.[2]

References

  1. Victorian Marriage Registation 3853 / 1909.
  2. Evening Echo, 5 Mar 1918.

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--Beth Kicinski 11:34, 19 May 2014 (EST); --Clare K.Gervasoni 12:52, 26 April 2015 (AEST)

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