Timeline December 1917

TIMELINE December 2017

Saturday, 1 December 1917

Private Ernest Henry KING  (4th Pioneer Battalion) was promoted to Lance Corporal.

Wednesday, 5 December 1917

Private Percy Frederick COOPER  (45th Battalion) was admitted to the 2nd Canadian General Hospital suffering from Trench Fever.

Sunday, 9 December 1917

Private Percy Frederick COOPER  (45th Battalion) was transferred to the 3rd Convalescent Depot.

Wednesday, 12 December 1917

Private James Birrell DAWSON (54th Battalion) was discharged medically unfit, with a disability of an amputated right arm.

Coo-ees Walter Goodlet (left) and James Birrell Dawson (right), both amputees. Photograph courtesy of James Dawson’s great grandson Jamie Stacey.

Thursday, 13 December 1917

Private William Charles ELLERY (45th Battalion) was admitted to the 9th General Hospital at Rouen France suffering from Rheumatic Fever.

Friday, 14 December 1917

Private William Charles ELLERY (45th Battalion) was placed aboard a hospital ship for evacuation to England.

Saturday, 15 December 1917

Private William Charles ELLERY (45th Battalion) was admitted to the University War Hospital at Southampton England suffering from chronic rheumatism.

Sunday, 16 December 1917

Private Jack Henry HUNT (45th Battalion) arrived in Australia aboard the H.T. Port Lyttleton for medical discharge.

Jack Hunt, Lemaire Studios, Military Camp, Liverpool. Photograph courtesy of Iain and Judy Macdonald.

Private Joseph William EDWARDS (3rd Battalion) arrived in Australia aboard the H.T. Port Lyttleton for medical discharge.

Lance Corporal James MAHER (45th Battalion) departed England aboard the Hospital Ship No. 2 bound for Australia for medical discharge.

James Maher, 1915 (Photograph courtesy of L. Leo)

Thursday, 20 December 1917

Private Sidney Stanley CANNON (4th Pioneer Battalion) departed England aboard the H.M.A.T.  Runic bound for Australia for medical discharge.

Private Sidney Stanley Cannon (Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate, 7/7/1917)

Private William CAIRNS (13th Battalion) left England aboard the H.M.A.T. Runic bound for Australia for medical discharge.

Tuesday, 25 December 1917

Private Joseph John WILLIAMS (13th Battalion) was discharged medically unfit with debility.

Monday, 24 December 1917

Private Leslie Reginald ANLEZARK (45th Battalion) was admitted to the 11th Australian Field Ambulance suffering from Influenza.

Tuesday, 25 December 1917

Private Harold Roy Devlin UHR (17th Battalion) arrived at Devonport England from Australia aboard the Transport Euripides.

Saturday, 29 December 1917

Private Joseph Francis HEALEY (13th Battalion) was discharged medically unfit with gun shot wound to the left leg, and over age.

Monday, 31 December 1917

Private Robert Clyde CAMPBELL  (13th Battalion) arrived in Australia aboard the Transport Berrima for medical discharge.

Private Robert AYRES (13th Battalion) arrived in Australia aboard the Transport Berrima for medical discharge.

Private Leslie Reginald ANLEZARK (45th Battalion) was transferred to the 1st Casualty Clearing Station with Influenza.

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