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No.16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport



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Those known to have worked or been treated at

No.16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport

during the Great War 1914-1918.

  • Alabaster . VAD.
  • Angel . Sister.
  • Armstrong . Sister.
  • Arnold Margaret Trevenen. Member (d.12th March 1916)
  • Arnold Margaret Trevenen. VAD. (d.12th March 1916)
  • Austen . VAD.
  • Awdrey . VAD.
  • Banham . Sister.
  • Barton . Sister.
  • Bates . VAD.
  • Black . Sister.
  • Blair M.. Pte. (d.1st February 1916)
  • Blandy . Sister.
  • Bownes . VAD.
  • Bridge Frederick Philip. Pte. (d.7th July 1915)
  • Burnett . Sister.
  • Burrell . Sister.
  • Cavan . Sister.
  • Chesters . Sister.
  • Conran . VAD.
  • Cooper . Sister.
  • Cowie . Sister.
  • Cowper . Capt.
  • Crewdson Dorothea. VAD. (d.12th March 1919)
  • Cross . Sister.
  • Cross D. W.. Pte. (d.23rd June 1916)
  • Dalrymple . VAD.
  • Davies . Sister.
  • Day . Capt.
  • deBurgh . VAD.
  • Drage . Matron.
  • Edwardes . Sister.
  • Eldridge . VAD.
  • Fletcher . VAD
  • Fowles . Sister.
  • Garnett . Sister.
  • Gibson . VAD.
  • Gower . Sister.
  • Grayon . Sister.
  • Greenaway G. H.. Rflmn. (d.25th June 1916)
  • Hannah . Sister.
  • Hendry . Capt.
  • Hewitt . Sister.
  • Hogan . VAD.
  • Huntley . VAD.
  • Huntley James Lancelot. Pte. (d.3rd Aug 1915)
  • Hynes . VAD.
  • Jobson . VAD.
  • Jocke . Sister.
  • Johnson . Sister.
  • Jones . Sister.
  • Kelly . VAD.
  • Latham . Sister.
  • Lee G.. Rflmn. (d.4th July 1916)
  • Lee T.. Pte. (d.10th July 1916)
  • Little . Sister.
  • MacDonald . Sister
  • MacLennan . Sister.
  • Maddison . Sister.
  • Malet . VAD.
  • Maskell . Sister.
  • McGugan J. M.. Pte. (d.1st October 1915)
  • Millsom . Capt.
  • Northwood . Sister.
  • O'Donoghue . Sister.
  • O'Hearne . Sister.
  • Parker . VAD.
  • Parks F. J.. Trpr. (d.31st August 1915)
  • Paulley . Capt.
  • Paynter . Sister.
  • Prior Philip. Pte. (d.23rd September 1915)
  • Pritchard W. J.. Rflmn. (d.26th August 1915)
  • Rainey . Capt.
  • Rawes . Sister.
  • Reid . Sister.
  • Riley P.. Pte. (d.29th March 1916)
  • Rind . VAD.
  • Rindon . Sister.
  • Robb . VAD.
  • Robertson . Sister.
  • Robertson . VAD.
  • Rogers . VAD.
  • Roscoe . VAD.
  • Rottenbaugh . Sister.
  • Sampson . Sister.
  • Sealy . VAD.
  • Simpson . Sister.
  • Sims . Sister.
  • Smedley . VAD.
  • Smith . VAD.
  • Stevenson . Sister.
  • Street . Sister.
  • Sumpsion . Sister.
  • Sundell . Capt.
  • Tennant . VAD.
  • Thompson . Sister.
  • Tozer . VAD.
  • Treloar . Sister.
  • Trotter . VAD.
  • Urquart . VAD.
  • Wall-Jacobs . VAD.
  • Walsh . Sister.
  • Watson . Sister.
  • Webb . Sister.
  • Whincup . Sister.
  • Williams . Sister.
  • Williamson . Sister.
  • Withers . Sister.

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VAD. Margaret Trevenen Arnold No. 16 Stationary Hospital (d.12th March 1916)

Margaret Arnold, VAD, died on 12th March 1916 and is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery.





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Sister. Gower No. 16 Stationary Hospital

Sister Gower served at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport and No 32 Stationary Hospital, Wimereux.





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VAD Fletcher No. 32 Stationary Hospital

Miss Fletcher served at No 32 Stationary Hospital, Wimereux and No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport.





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VAD. Dorothea Crewdson MM ARRC. No. 32 Stationary Hospital (d.12th March 1919)

Dorothea Crewdson, served at No 32 Stationary Hospital, Wimereux, No 16 Stationary Hospital at Le Treport and No 46 Stationary Hospital at Etaples. She died on 12th March 1919 and is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery.





237850

VAD. Bownes No. 32 Stationary Hospital

Miss Bownes served at No 32 Stationary Hospital, Wimereux and No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport.





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Sister MacDonald No. 32 Stationary Hospital

Sister MacDonald served at No 32 Stationary Hospital, Wimereux and No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport.





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Sister. Garnett No. 32 Stationary Hospital

Sister Garnett served at No. 32 Stationary Hospital at Wimereux and No. 16 Stationery Hospital at Le Treport. She moved to No. 19 Casualty Clearing Station in September 1915.





237619

Pte. T. Lee 6th Btn. Royal Scots Fusiliers (d.10th July 1916)

Private Lee was aged 45 when he died at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 10th July 1916. He was the son of Edward and Maria Lee. Private Lee is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, Plot 2, Row L, Grave 4.





237618

Rflmn. G. Lee 5th Btn. King's (Liverpool Regiment) (d.4th July 1916)

Rifleman Lee was aged 26 when he died at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 4th July 1916. He was the son of William and Sarah A Lee of Liverpool. He is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, Plot 2, Row L, Grave 7C.





237617

Pte. D. W. Cross 5th Btn. Leicestershire Regiment (d.23rd June 1916)

Private Cross died of disease at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 23rd June 1916. He was the son of Albert and Emma Cross, Chevington, Bury St Edmunds. Private Cross is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, France, Plot 2, Row K, Grave 3C.





237616

Rflmn. G. H. Greenaway 16th Btn. London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles) (d.25th June 1916)

Rifleman G H Greenaway was aged 19 when he died of wounds at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 25th June 1916. He was the son of Alfred and Maria Greenaway of Loughton, Essex. He is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, France, Plot 2, Row L, Grave 7A.





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Pte. Philip Prior 10th Btn. Lancashire Fusiliers (d.23rd September 1915)

Private Philip Prior died of wounds at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 23rd September 1915, aged 29. He was the son of John and Ellen Prior of Wigan. Philip is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, France, Plot 1, Row J, Grave 4.





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Rflmn. W. J. Pritchard 10th Btn. Rifle Brigade (d.26th August 1915)

Rifleman Pritchard died of wounds on 26th August 1915 at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France. He was 26 years old and the son of Walter and Alice Pritchard of West Bromwich. He is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, Plot 1, Row H, Grave 6.





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Member Margaret Trevenen Arnold No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport Voluntary Aid Detachment (d.12th March 1916)

Margaret Arnold was aged 31 when she died of double pneumonia at the 16th Stationary Hospital in Le Treport, France where she served as a member of the Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD).

She is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, Plot 2, Row O, Grave 22. Margaret was the daughter of Edward and Minnie Arnold, Pook Hill, Chiddingfold, Surrey.





237611

Pte. P. Riley 11th Btn. King's Liverpool Regiment (d.29th March 1916)

Private Riley died on 29th March 1916 and is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, France, Plot 2, Row K, Grave 4.





237610

Pte. M. Blair 8th Btn. Seaforth Highlanders (d.1st February 1916)

Private Blair died of wounds at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 1st February 1916, aged 21. He was the son of Matthew and Martha Blair of Springburn, Glasgow. Private Blair is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, Plot 2, Row K, Grave 5A.





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Pte. J. M. McGugan 13 Btn., "B" Coy. Royal Scots (d.1st October 1915)

Private McGugan was the son of James and Agnes McGugan of Glasgow. He fought at the Battle of Loos, where he was wounded. He died of those wounds at No. 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport on 1st October 1915. He was aged 20. Private McGugan is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, Plot 1, Row K, Grave 4a.





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Trpr. F. J. Parks 9th Btn. Queen's Royal Lancers (d.31st August 1915)

Trooper Parks died, aged 20, on 31st August 1915 at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France. He was the son of Isaac and Mary Parks of Brighton. He is buried in Plot 1, Row H, Grave 6A at Le Treport Military Cemetery, France.





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Pte. James Lancelot Huntley 8th Btn. King's Own Scottish Borderers (d.3rd Aug 1915)

James Huntley was aged 17 when he died of wounds at No. 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport, France on 3rd August 1918. He is buried in Plot 1, Row F, Grave 3A at Le Treport Military Cemetery, France. He was the son of William and Eleanor Huntley of West Hartlepool.





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Pte. Frederick Philip Bridge 1st Btn. Royal Berkshire Regiment (d.7th July 1915)

Frederick Bridge died of his wounds, aged 21, on 7th July 1915 at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Le Treport. He is buried in Le Treport Military Cemetery, France. He was the son of June Ellen Bridge Reynolds.





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