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No.10 Casualty Clearing Station



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Those known to have worked or been treated at

No.10 Casualty Clearing Station

during the Great War 1914-1918.

  • Brabazon Ralph Austin. Sgt. (d.25th June 1918)
  • Davies F. C.. Pte. (d.21st Sept 1917)
  • Dean Harry Michael. Sgt.
  • Izatt David Watson. Pte.

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Pte. F. C. Davies 10th Btn. Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment (d.21st Sept 1917)

Pte. F.C. Davies served in the 10th Battalion Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment. There is a photo of shared grave and cross on the Australian War Memorial website. He probably died at 10th Casualty Clearing Station at Poperinge on 21st of September 1917. Both the 3rd Australian Infantry Battalion and 10th Battalion had been involved with the Battle of Menin Road and the subsequent Polygon Wood Battle. My relative, Private Les Brooks, was wounded by shrapnel likely before relieving the front line troops at Glencourse Wood on Thursday 20 September 1917 and died the following day.

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Pte. David Watson Izatt 2nd Australian General Hospital

David Watson Izatt was born in 1889 near Greengairs, Lanarkshire in Scotland. Prior to enlisting, he described his occupation as being a sailor. He enlisted with the Australian Army Medical Corps at Victoria Barracks, Sydney on 12th October 1914. About six weeks later he departed Sydney aboard HMAT Kyarra with other members of the 2nd Australian General Hospital.

Izatt served at both Gallipoli and on the Western Front. He was in the last party of Army Medical Corps to leave Gallipoli at 3am on 20th December 1915. Although Izatt was assigned to the 2nd Australian General Hospital, he found himself attached to several other units in the course of the war for varying periods of time. These included the 1st Casualty Clearing Station, the 10th Casualty Clearing Station and the 15th Casualty Clearing Station. David Izatt embarked at Taranto to return to Australia on 8th October 1918.

s flynn




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Sgt. Ralph Austin Brabazon 5th Battalion (d.25th June 1918)

Ralph Brabazon embarked from Melbourne on HMAT 'Runic' on 19th February 1915 and disembarked Egypt, 3 April 1915. He was taken on strength of 5th Btn, in Gallipoli on 5th March 1915; He was promoted to rank of Lance Corporal, 16 July 1915; Then promoted to rank of Corporal, 23 July 1915 and promoted to rank of Sergeant, 1 September 1915. Ralph was admitted to Sarpi Camp, Mudros West, 19th September 1915 and transferred to No 3 Stationary Hospital, Mudros, the same day then to No 2 Stationary Hospital, Mudros (diarrhoea). He was discharged to his unit ar Lemnos, 4th October 1915 but five days later was admitted to 2nd Field Ambulance, Mudros West on 9th October 1915, and transferred to 2nd Australian Stationary Hospital then to 3rd Australian General Hospital, Lemnos, 16 October 1915; He was discharged to duty on 28th October 1915 and rejoined his unit the following day.

Ralph was temporarily promoted to rank of Company Sergeant Major on 29 October 1915 and reverted to permanent rank of Sergeant, 24 November 1915. He disembarked HMT 'Empress of Britain' at Alexandria, 7 January 1916 as part of the general Gallipoli evacuation.

On the 20th of January 1916 he was admitted to 2nd Australian Field Ambulance at Tel-el-Kebir, and transferred to 2nd Casualty Clearing Station (gastritis) he was sent to 2nd Australian General Hospital, Cairo, 24 January 1916 then to 3rd Auxiliary Hospital, Heliopolis, 15 February 1916 and was discharged to Overseas Base, Ghezirah, 26 February 1916 then he marched out to unit, Serapeum, 15 March 1916 and was taken on strength of 2nd Training Bn at Overseas Base, Tel-el-Kebir, 18 April 1916. He embarked from Alexandria on HT 'Caledonia' and proceeded to join British Expeditionary Force on the 9th of May 1916, he disembarked at Marseilles, 17 May 1916 and after a train journey marched into 1st Divisional Base Depot, Etaples, on 20 May 1916.

Ralph was admitted to 26th General Hospital on 29th May 1916 and embarked from Boulogne on HS 'Caledonian' and proceeded to England on 12th June 1916 (influenza). he was admitted to 3rd London General Hospital the next day then transferred to 1st Auxiliary Hospital, Harefield on the 16th June 1916. he transferred to Woodcote Park Convalescent Depot, Epsom, 27th June 1916 (bronchitis) and was discharged to No 1 Command Depot, Perham Downs, 25 September 1916, and taken on strength, 26 September 1916. He marched into Infantry Drafting Depoton the 3rd of February 1917.

He proceeded to France from Southampton on 10th June 1917 and the next day marched into 1st Australian Divisional Base Depot, Havre. He marched out to 5th Bn and was taken on strength, 21 June 1917. He was admitted to 6th Australian Field Ambulance, 20 September 1917, and transferred to 10th Casualty Clearing Station (gun shot wound, head) transferring via Ambulance Train '5' on the 20th September 1917 to 25th General Hospital, Hardelot. He was discharged to duty, 13 October 1917 and marched into 1st Australian Divisional Base Depot, Havre, 18 October 1917, he marched out to rejoin his unit and was taken on strength on the 1st of November 1917.He was admitted to 3rd Australian Field Ambulance, 14 June 1918, and transferred to 15th Casualty Clearing Station (gun shot wound, thigh and forearm) he was transferred to 2nd Australian General Hospital, 15 June 1918. Ralph proceeded to England on HS 'Cambria' on 17 June 1918, and was admitted to Herne Bay Military Hospital (severe wounding). He died of wounds, on the 25th of June 1918 adn was buried at Eddington Cemetary, Herne Bay.

S. Flynn




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