100 Years Ago Today: Etaples Hospital Air Raid. Millions of British troops passed through the French coastal town of Étaples, France, on their way to the Western Front. The training camps housed as many as 100,000 troops at a time. Many thousands of British and Empire wounded returned to Étaples to one of more than a dozen hospitals there Military Hospitals at Etaples 1. No. 24 General Hospital, 21 June 1915 until 4 November 1919. Incorporated Villa Tino Hospital 3 December 1915-13 May 1919 and Sick Sisters Hospital 12 April 1917-1 July 1919. Admitted German prisoners. No. 28 Etaples Isolation Hospital became No. 24 General Hospital Isolation Block 2
Some hospitals moved into the Rhine bridgehead in Germany and many were operating in France well into 1919. Most hospitals were assisted by voluntary organisations, most notably the British Red Cross. One of twelve photographs of Number 55 General Hospital, British Expeditionary Force, at Wimereux, France, in 1915 .y partner was reading the origins of the Spanish Flu, and she came across a reference to Etaples, while I have read a lot about WW1, was unaware of Etaples as a Army Base, and of such importance. Thank you for an informative article, will read further. Regards Derek. Reply Delet
No. 26 General Hospital in Etaples, France. Find thousands of books, manuscripts, visual materials and unpublished archives from our collections, many of them with free online access 1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km 2 (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries. Étaples or Étaples-sur-Mer ( French: [etapl]; West Flemish: Stapel) is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in northern France. It is a fishing and leisure port on the Canche river LOCATION OF HOSPITALS AND CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS IN THE GREAT WAR. BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE This letter of nineteen pages, dated 13th.July 1923, was sent from the Ministry of Pensions to the British Red Cross Society Records Office
Military Hospitals Admissions and Discharge Registers WW1. Exclusive to Forces War Records. This collection is a work in progress. Search this collection. A full, detailed transcription directly from the Military Hospital records in the National archives collection reference MH106. These were originally created and kept by the 'war office. Sited in the north of France in the departement of Pas-de-Calais, the town of Etaples, on the right bank of the estuary of the Canche, is sited some 4.5km from the Straits of Dover. Sponsored Links Etaple's population in the years immediately prior to the outbreak of war in 1914 amounted to a little over 5,000
Etaples Military Cemetery also contains 662 Non Commonwealth burials, mainly German, including 6 unidentifed. There are also now 5 Non World War service burials here. The cemetery, the largest Commission cemetery in France, was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Dedication . 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. Add to this record. 237614 A resource for military historians, genealogists, and others with an interest Canadian participation in the Great War of 1914-1918 (also referred to as World War 1, or the First World War Etaples. Before the war Etaples was a coastal fishing port about 24kms to the south of the larger port of Boulogne in the region of the Pas de Calais. The Etaples Army Base Camp, housing some 100,000 soldiers, was the largest of its kind ever established overseas by the British, and was built along the railway adjacent to the town. During the.
Nurses of World War I: Grace Brown Waters. October 13, 2018. March 23, 2020. ~ donbrearleyvivaldinet. Grace Brown Waters was born on June 15th, 1881, at the 9 th Concession, Lot 34 in Brighton Township, Northumberland County near Campbellford, Ontario, daughter of David Waters and Margaret Keith. The family removed to Belleville about the turn. Sep 10, 2015 - This Pin was discovered by David Guerin. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinteres death Died of wounds Wounded in air attack by Germans of the 1st Canadian General Hospital on 19/5/18. Had a fractured skull and chest penetration. Died from her wounds at 24th British General Hospital,Etaples. Fourth British General Hospital, Etaples France Source:6159570 Source:6178998 Source:6985263 28th May 191 British Base Depots in France, 1914-1918. Base Depots were established at the Channel Ports in France and at other places on the lines of communication. They had a variety of purposes. As a transport hub: Goods arrived in bulk by ship and were broken down into wagon-loads and sent on by rail
Posts about Nurses of WW1 written by donbrearleyvivaldinet. Margaret Tait was born at Thurso, Caithness, Scotland on Aug 9, 1882 daughter of William Tait and Isabella Sutherland.. She was educated locally, immigrated to Canada about 1909 and was a graduate of the Nursing School at the Brantford General Hospital in 1914 Etaples Military Cemetery, France. Etaples was home to 16 hospitals and dozens of reinforcement camps for Commonwealth soldiers during the First World War. The town suffered heavy bombing from the Germans due to the high concentration of soldiers based there, but was able to withstand it. Etaples Military Cemetery. Wernervc - CC BY-SA 3.
On 29 December 1916 he was discharged to duty and rejoined his Battalion on 28 January 1917 sailing from England on the Princess Clementine from Folkestone to Etaples in France to the 10th Training Battalion. Francis was killed in action in the fields of Passchendaele, Belgium on 8 June 1917 Drafted to France on Tuesday 28/09/1915, Frederick died in hospital at Etaples of bronchial pneumonia. (It is probable that Frederick was attached to the Directorate of Hiring and Requisitions, Settlement and Claims Commissions which was the body that dealt with the procurement of land, horses, supplies and so forth from the French civil. In his much-admired book published in 1975, The Great War and Modern Memory, the American literary critic and historian, Paul Fussell, wrote about the pervasive myths and legends of WW1, so. Arrival in France. British soldiers destined for the Western Front usually landed at the French ports of Le Havre and Boulogne. The men were then transported to the main base camp just outside the French town of Etaples. As many as 100,000 soldiers at a time were housed at the camp. In the sand dunes at Etaples was the notorious Bull Ring. Banffshire Herald dated 5th May 1917. Extract from the above publication dated the 5th May 1917, Private James Ogg, previously reported wounded, died of wounds in the 26th General Hospital at Etaples, France, on 25th April. Private Ogg is the son of Mr and Mrs Ogg, Main Street, Newmill, with whom deepest sympathy is felt in their bereavement
14/8/1916 - Wounded in France with a Gun Shot Wound to upper right arm. 16/8/1916 - Arrives at No.1 Canadian General Hospital, Etaples, France. 22/8/1916 - Gives a statement to Red Cross in relation to death of Alexander Fowlie. 3/9/1916 - Transferred to England aboard the Hospital Ship, S.S. Brighton Tooting Military Hospital, London. 26th General Hospital, Etaples, France. October 1916 - October 1917. South Military General Hospital, Plymouth, Devon. January 1918 - April 1919 . Honours awarded: Three white stripes and one red. Paid: £0 (worked full-time) Etaples is a town about 27 kilometres south of Boulogne. Etaples Military Cemetery is to the north of the town, on the west side of the road to Boulogne. During the First World War, the area around Etaples was the scene of immense concentrations of Commonwealth reinforcement camps and hospitals. It was remote from attack Sep 10, 2015 - 7th Canadian general hospital Etaples - Google Search. Sep 10, 2015 - 7th Canadian general hospital Etaples - Google Search. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When the auto-complete results are available, use the up and down arrows to review and Enter to select. Touch device users can explore by touch or with swipe gestures The story of Hull in World War 1 ON 09/04/1919. HE WAS UNMARRIED. HIS ARMY EFFECTS WERE LEFT TO HIS WIDOWED MOTHER, ESTHER. HE IS BURIED AT ETAPLES MILITARY HOSPITAL, FRANCE. HIS NAME IS LISTED ON NICHOLSON STREET/TUNIS STREET/EXCHANGE STREET'S ROLL OF HONOUR. (HDM 19/10/1916) Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
ROBERT RALPH ABERCROMBY. 44TH BATTALION WORLD WAR 1. Paybook No. 174126. Rifle No. 2287. Army No. 2660 - D. Co. 44 th Batt. Embarked Nov. 9/16. Fargo Hospital 14 days Bron. Etaples France 7 days Bron. Left for front line again Jun 2 nd /17 10th Veterinary Hospital, Army Veterinary Corps. Etaples Military Cemetery. Pas-de-Calais, France. 29-10-1916. Age 47. Son of the late John & Margaret Ludgate. Husband of Catherine Ludgate of Peabody Buildings St. Luke's, London, UK. Native of Cork, Ireland. Served in the South African Campaign British troops bathing in the sea, Etaples, France, WW1 British troops having fun bathing in the sea at Etaples, northern France, during the First World War. Date: June 1917. Choose Your Product Kitchen at Weir Red Cross Hospital, Balham «.
France Cas. Clearing St. II F 27 Private James Sidney Hartill 242477 South Staffordshire Regiment 1st/6th Btn Died of Wounds 8 May 1918 Age 21 Etaples Military Cem. France WW1 Hospital Site LXVI B 35 Lance Corporal Joseph Hartill 30153 South Staffordshire Regiment 1st/6th Btn Killed in Actio He joined the Officer Training Corps on 6th September 1916 and left on 5th January when he was commissioned with the Lancashire Fusiliers. He died of wounds in a hospital at Etaples, France in early May 1917. His bronze death plaque was being offered for sale on ebay in April 2017 etaples ww1 training camp - Google Search Saved by Freida Bearden World War One First World Show Photos Old Photos Royal Engineers Air Photo Air Raid General Hospital Ww Liverpool Merchants' Hospital - Also known as Liverpool Merchants' Mobile Hospital or No. 6 Hospital British Red Cross, funded by the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and staffed by Liverpool volunteers. In April 1918, C.S. Lewis recovered from wounds he received at the Battle of Arras at the Liverpool Merchant Hospital in Etaples, France born hull 1892. son of cecil m & marion louise stafford - 49 george street, hull. wife mrs elizabeth c stafford, lived at 24 spoor street, and then 12 wilson street, dunston on tyne. enlisted gateshead. ex 31608, durham light infantry. died of wounds on 04/05/1917 at no;4 general hospital. buried etaples military cemetery
MYTH: WW1 Generals lived the 'high' life in Chateaux miles behind the front lines and were out of touch with events. REALITY: Far more Generals were killed than should have been - visiting the front.. The St John Ambulance Brigade Hospital in Étaples was arguably the most significant initiative of the British Order of St John during the 20th century. Over the course of the conflict, the Hospital received 35,000 patients. It was staffed and maintained principally at the Order's expense, a unique and unprecedented achievement by a voluntary. The Hospital became known by many as the best designed and equipped military hospital in all of France and consequently, received many important visitors including Queen Mary. It was the largest of the voluntary hospitals serving the British Expeditionary Force receiving over 35,000 patients during the war. The hospital at Étaples
A Canadian victim of mustard gas at No.7 Canadian General Hospital, Etaples, c. 1917 (Library and Archives Canada/ Wikimedia). No 24 General Hospital was not in the 'front line', as the fighting was never less than fifty miles from Étaples, nor was it a Casualty Clearing Station but it was bombed several times in 1918 Object description. Vertical aerial view of Etaples town centre (top right), railway yards, and part of the British camp and hospital complex to the North-west of the town (bottom right). The rail bridge across the Canche river is at top left. Scattered bomb craters from German air raids can be seen in the fields and the camp area, indicating. Pte Stuart John Webb, 42358, 2/7th Battalion Manchester Regiment, died in the 26th General Hospital at Etaples, France, on October 23rd, 1917, from gunshot wounds sustained at the Front on October 8th. He was aged 21 and had seen only seven months service in the Army
Hospital St-Ignace(French Auxiliary Hospital No.727) Plombières les Dijon Côte-d'Or Seminary 18 Bazoilles-sur-Meuse Vosges French Estate Care at Base Hospital 18: 19 Vichy Allier 22 Hotels 20 Châtelguyon Puy-de-Dôme Several Summer Hotels 21 Rouen Seine-Maritime Operated No 12 General Hospital, BEF 2 The Etaples mutiny had begun. The historic town of Williamsburg, Virginia, (population 14,800) might seem an unlikely source of insights into the story of Jock Healy and the long covered-up events.
Base Depots. Men arriving in France, whether reinforcements or casuals - men returning from hospital - proceeded to Base Depots and thence to their units. All drafts - although they had already been passed in England as fully trained - were subjected to further tests laid down by GHQ, comprising, in 1916, at least ten days additional training Hospital carriages were also manufactured and fitted out in England and shipped to France. In the early trains there was often a lack of passage between the coaches and with only a few nurses it was necessary for a nursing sister to pass from coach to coach, whether the train was in motion or not, usually carrying a load of dressings, medicines. VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO 18 PICTURES FRANCE WW1. Veterinary Hospital No 18 Sougy France 1919 Veterinary Hospital No 18 Sougy France 1919 Veterinary Hospital No 18 Sougy France 1919 Click on the below links: Leonard Murphy in WW1 . Veterinary Corps in WW1 . Fort Ord Equestrian Center and Station Veterinary Hospital Salisbury Plain 20 Oct 1914 to 13 May 1915; Etaples 31 May 1915 to 20 Jul 1918; Trouville 21 Jul 1918 to 4 Feb 1919. No. 2 General Hospital (Matron's diary ): Salisbury Plain 18 Oct 1914 to 13 Mar 1915; Le Treport 16 Mar 1915 to 2 Mar 1919. No. 3 General Hospital (McGill University) The RAMC - the Royal Army Medical Corps, formed in 1989 was formed for the management of care and welfare for the sick and the wounded during World War Reginald is buried in the Commonwealth War Grave Commission's Etaples Military Cemetery which is just south Boulogne. It was an area of reinforcement camps and hospitals. The cemetery contains 10,771 WW1 Commonwealth burials (35 of whom are to this day still unidentified) as well as 662 non-Commonwealth burials