Service Number: n/a
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
Roll Title: 59 Infantry Battalion – 2 to 5 Reinforcements
Date of Embarkation: 4th May 1916
Place of Embarkation: Melbourne
Ship Embarked on: HMAT Port Lincoln A17
Age: 25 years
Born: 1890, Armadale, Victoria
Father: George Schoen Davies, Llanfygne, Tooronga Road, Malvern, Victoria.
Mother: Jessie Agnes (MacMurtrie)
Residence: 292 Williams Road, Toorak, Victoria.
Joined AIF: 8th July 1915
Height: 5 feet, 8 inches
Complexion: Fair, Eyes-Blue, Hair-Fair
The 1914 Electoral roll lists Alan Cathcart Davies and his brother, Basil Raynor Davies at Jesmond Dene, Officer, Farmer.
South Bourke and Mornington Journal – 9th May 1918
Keen regret was felt in the district when the sad news came through this week that Lieut Alan Davies had died of wounds. He was engaged in farming with Mr Patterson, of Officer, and made many friends here. His brothers, Captain Vernon Davies D.S.O., and Sergeant Basil Davies, are still in France.
On 7th September 1923, Alan received the British War Medal and the Victory Medal. They were issued to his brother.