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The Wartime Memories Project - The Great War - No. 7 Stationary Hospital
No. 7 Stationary Hospital was at Boulogne, France.
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Please note we currently have a backlog of submitted material, our volunteers are working through this as quickly as possible and all names, stories and photos will be added to the site. If you have already submitted a story to the site and your UID reference number is higher than 215485, your information is still in the queue, please do not resubmit without contacting us first.
List of those who served at No. 7 Stationary Hospital during The Great War.
List of those who were treated at No. 7 Stationary Hospital during The Great War.
- Pte. Bertie Daniels 1st Btn. Wiltshire Regiment Read his Story.
Pte. Bertie Daniels 1st Btn. Wiltshire Regiment
My Grandfather, Bertie Daniels enlisted in the Army on 21st August 1905 and served with B Company the 1st Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment. He landed in Rouen, France on 21st November 1914. He was shot in the head and was taken to 4C Field Ambulance on 23rd November 1914. He was admitted to 7 Stat Hospital Boulogne and on 3rd Dec 1914 taken back to England on the Carisbrook Castle. He was eventualy transferred to the Northumberland Fusiliers 3rd Garrison Battalion. Bertie past away in 1946 in Frome, Somerset.
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