TIMELINE October 1918

TIMELINE October 1918

Tuesday, 1 October 1918

Private John William THOMPSON  (54th Battalion) was admitted to the 4th General Hospital at Camiers, France, following being wounded in action for the 2nd time on 29th September, receiving a gunshot wound to his left hand.

Saturday, 12 October 1918

Private John William THOMPSON  (54th Battalion) was placed aboard a hospital ship for evacuation to England – he was admitted to the Ontario Military Hospital at Oplington, England, later that day.

Saturday, 19 October 1918

Private George EAVERS  (4th Pioneer Battalion) was discharged medically unfit.

Tuesday, 29 October 1918

Private John William THOMPSON  (54th Battalion) was discharged from hospital and granted leave, to report to the No. 4 Command Depot  on 12th November at Hurdcott, England.

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