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George Duncan Stogden



1896 - Born Middlesex

1916/03/02 - Enlisted

Royal Army Medical Corps



From Haifa to Alexandria

Rupture globe left eye

1918/10/25 - Date of Transfer to Hospital

1918/10/27 - Date of Transfer to other hospital

3 Days of Treatment

Stogden-George Major RAMC-tn

Sickness Eligible under Army Order 29 of 1919 Discharged under Para 392(xvi) King's Regulation

1919/06/11 - Discharged

Age at Discharge 23

1919/07/25 - Badge date of issue

Badge Number B243765



Britain, Campaign, Gallantry & Long Service Medals & Awards



1962, Hampshire



Bernard Stogden

Military Hospitals Admissions and Discharge Registers WW1

MH106/1934 MH106/1934 can be found at The National Archives in Kew, and contains First World War Representative Medical Records of H.M.A.T Ship Assaye: 23/10/1918 - 09/11/1918. British Other Ranks. H.M.Hospital Ship ASSAYE Alexandria - Beirut, Haifa.

Silver War Badge Roll 1914-1920

KEW:- WO372/19,


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