Andrew George LENNOX
Per his military service record (regimental no. 4824), Andrew George Lennox was born at Bourke, N.S.W. He gave his age as 19 years and 8 months, his marital status as single, and his occupation as railway porter. His description on his Certificate of Medical Examination was height 5 feet 7 inches tall, weight 185 lbs., with a medium complexion, grey eyes, and medium brown hair. His religious denomination was Presbyterian. He claimed to have had no previous military service.
A send-off was held on Thursday 28th October 1915 at the Court House Hotel in Cobar for Andrew Lennox, Norman Francisco, and brothers Walter and Robert Mitchell, and they were then cheered by many friends when they left Cobar by train on Saturday 30th October 1915 to join the A.I.F.
All four of them completed their medical examinations, and were attested, at Dubbo on Monday 2nd November 1915, (the day the Coo-ees were at Lithgow).
Andrew Lennox then traveled by train with these three other Cobar men to catch up with the Coo-ees. They were waiting to join the Coo-ee March when the Coo-ees arrived at Mt. Victoria three days later, on Thursday 4th November 1915.
After completing the Coo-ee March Private Lennox went to Liverpool Camp as reinforcement for the 13th Battalion.
Private Lennox and fellow Coo-ee Private Francisco while home on leave were given a farewell at the Star Hotel in Cobar on Saturday, 1st January 1916.
On his embarkation roll his address at time of enrolment was Marshall Street, Cobar, N.S.W., and his next of kin was listed as his father, A. Lennox, at the same address.
On 8th March 1916 Private Lennox, along with many of the other Coo-ees, departed Sydney on the HMAT A15 Star of England, with the 15th reinforcements for the 13th Battalion.
He arrived in Egypt on 11th April 1916.
On 16th April 1916 he transferred to the 4th Pioneer Battalion at Tel El Kebir, Egypt.
On 4th June 1916 Private Lennox left Alexandria aboard the Transport Scotian bound for France. He arrived at Marseilles on 11th June 1916.
He served with the 4th Pioneer Battalion in France and Belgium.
On 1st September 1918 Private Lennox went on leave to England.
He returned to the 4th Pioneer Battalion on 17th September 1918, and was transferred to the 4th Machine Gun Battalion in France.
On 16th November 1918 Private Lennox was sent to the 4th Australian Field Ambulance sick. He was moved back to the 50th Casualty Clearing Station on 17th November 1918.
On 22nd November 1918 he was placed aboard the 2nd Ambulance Train and moved to the 2nd Convalescent Depot, arriving on 23rd November 1918. On 24th November 1918 he was transferred to the 39th General Hospital at Le Harve, France, where he was admitted on 25th November 1918.
On 26th December 1918 Private Lennox was placed aboard a Hospital Ship for evacuation to England. He was admitted to the Australian Dermatological Hospital at Bulford, England, on 27th December 1918.
On 10th May 1919 he was discharged from hospital, and sent to the Convalescent Training Depot at Parkhouse, England.
On 12th May 1919 Private Lennox was sent back to the 1st Australian Dermatological Hospital at Bulford sick.
He was discharged from hospital on 21st July 1919, and sent to the No. 2 Group at Sutton Veny, England.
On 22nd August 1919 Private Lennox left England on the H.T.t Anchises bound for Australia.
He arrived in Australia on 13th October 1919.
He was discharged Termination of Period of Enlistment on 5th December 1919.
 NAA B2455, LENNOX ANDREW GEORGE
 ‘Summary’, Western Age, 30 October 1915, p. 2. Retrieved August 5, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article136723099
 Summary’, Western Age, 6 November 1915, p. 2. Retrieved April 4, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article136724708
 Valedictory. (1916, January 4). Western Age (Dubbo, NSW : 1914 – 1932), p. 2. Retrieved February 18, 2018, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article136725949
 Australia War Memorial. First World War Embarkation Rolls, Andrew George Lennox, HMAT Star of England A15, 8th March 1916.