1894JS02

Joseph Henry Sandoe

1894JS02

  • BIRTH. Aged 20 in 1914, born at Liskeard, born around 1894; son of Evalina Dietze (formerly Stanaway) in 1914 and 1919.  Born 24 Dec 1893, at Tremar Coombe, St Cleer, the son of Richard Henry, soldier in the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, and Evalina, formerly Stanaway; registered Liskeard 1894MAR 5c-49. Cornwall, England. Sources: BC/GRO, Australian army records.
  • WAR. Enlisted in Australian army on 17 Aug 1914 at Sydney, aged 20 y 8 m, born in Cornwall; 1st btn Infantry Brigade; dark complexion, dark eyes, dark hair, Wesleyan; army no 94; next of kin Robert Dietze. Occupation engineer. Sources: Service record/National Archives of Australia. Recorded as Sandoe and Dietze. Attestation.
  • Document: Enlistment

Enlisted as Dietze, stepfather's name. From Army Service Records

Enlisted as Dietze, stepfather’s name. From Army Service Records

  • WAR. Corporal, embarked Dec 1914. Sources: Service record/National Archives of Australia.
  • WAR. Wounded at Gallipoli; sergeant June 1915; embarked for England in Aug 1915. Sources: Service record/National Archives of Australia. Statement of Service 1915
  • Document: Statement of service 1915

From Army Records

Statement of service 1915 from Army Records

  • WAR. Father killed in action at Ypres 23 Apr 1915.
  • WAR. Serving in France 1917. Sources: Service record/National Archives of Australia. Service 1917
  • DOCUMENT: Statement of service 1917

From Army Records

Statement of service 1917, from Army Records

  • WAR. CQMS 45th Bn AIF, wounded three times. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant 20 Aug 1918, qualified 30 Jun 1918 after training in England. Sources: Service record/National Archives of Australia. Service 1918
  • DOCUMENT: Statement of service 1918

From Army Records

Statement of service 1918, from Army Records

  • DEATH. Killed in action 18 Sep 1918, buried at Bellicourt British Cemetery 7.5 miles NW St Quentin; stone to be engraved Dietze at mother’s request. France. Sources: Service record/National Archives of Australia, CWGC, correspondence concerning headstone (stepfather Dietze’s declaration), stone engraved Sandoe.
  • DOCUMENT AND PHOTO. Stepfather Robert Dietze’s declaration

Regarding relationship to Joseph Sandoe Dietze. From Army Records.

Stepfather Robert Dietze’s declaration (1919) regarding relationship to Joseph Sandoe Dietze. From Army Records.

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  • Comments. Son of Richard H 1870RI03 and Evelina 1871EV01; emigrated to Australia with mother, took the name Dietze when mother married again.

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