A Little-known Battle in the Jordan Valley: Abu Tellul
Honour Roll 1st Light Horse Brigade 1 – 16 July 1918 
1st Light Horse Regiment - NSW
Shoeing-Smith Raymond William Chappell
Trooper William Caldwell
Sergeant John Ellerton
Trooper Thomas Lindsay
Corporal George Schadel
Corporal Thomas Scott
Trooper Henry Heath
Corporal Donald Lucas
Captain Eric Charles Battye
Trooper Michael O’Donnell
3rd Light Horse Regiment – South Australia and Tasmania
Trooper Roy Herbert Dunham
Trooper Kenneth Inglis
Machine Gun Section
Trooper John Robert Murray (Victoria)
2nd Light Horse Regiment - Queensland
Trooper William Thomas Anderson
Trooper William Edward Bunkum
Farrier Sergeant James Artemus Chambers
Trooper George Frederick Cornick
Sergeant John Cowie
Corporal Albert Hellmuth DeBerg
Sergeant James Robinson Geddes
Sergeant Frederick Wallace Grau
Gunner Walter Joseph Edward Gridley
Trooper Charles James Grieve
Captain William John Handley
Trooper Thomas William Hildebrand
Trooper Patrick Ravenhill Hulbert
Trooper Victor Carlton Irish
Lieutenant William Keith King
Trooper Lawrence Raymond O’Connor
Lance Corporal Tom Alexander Ogg
Trooper William James Peach
Trooper Bertie George Rixon
Trooper Ernest Edward Sweedman
The soldiers were buried ‘In the Field” and their graves are now located in the Jerusalem War Cemetery.
LEST WE FORGET
This article is based on Chapter 27 of Anne Flood’s second book “In the Footsteps of the First: History of the 1st Light Horse Regiment 1916 – 1919”. This book tells the story of the 1st Light Horse Regiment, her grandfather Trooper Frederick Henry Wood’s Regiment, in the Sinai and Palestine through the words of the commanders and men of the 1st Light Horse Regiment. The book will be published early 2018. 
 Negative Number OM77-14-0023-0026 Australian soldiers at a reserve post at Musallabeh, West Bank, 1914 – 1918. Copyright John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.
 Hill, A., (2009). Chauvel of the Light Horse: A Biography of General Sir Harry Chauvel, GCMG, KCB. Loftus Australia: Australian Military History Publications, p.149.
 Corporal Pearce, M.E., Station Overseer of Orange, NSW. Maurice Evelyn Pearce Diary extracts MLMSS 2940 1917 – 1919. Copyright Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales.
 Copies of letters from Trooper Rhoades 1 L.H. Regiment, Palestine, 1918. Hugh Venables Vernon miscellaneous papers, 1916 – 1919. Used with the permission of the State Library of NSW.
 Map of the Jordan Valley http://www.kaiserscross.com/304501/319801.html retrieved 10.6.2017.
 1st Light Australian Horse Regiment Unit Diary – July 1918 AWM4 10/6/39 - July 1918
 Gullett, H., (1921). Official History of Australia in the War of 1914 - 1918 Volume 7. Chapter XXXIX ABU TELLUL. Queensland Australia : University of Queensland Press. Australian War Memorial p.668.
 Based on the Rolls of Honour for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Light Horse Regiments
http://alh-research.tripod.com/Light_Horse/index.blog?topic_id=1105005 retrieved 2.1.2009, 2.9.2017.
 Flood, A., In the Footsteps of the First: The History of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment 1916 – 1919. Unpublished.