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Duncan Atwill, labourer, attested with the First Newfoundland Regiment in
St. John's, September 13, 1915 at age 19 years and 11 months. He was 5 feet
and 5 1/4 inches tall. His regiment number was 1833.
Embarked St. John's train to Quebec Oct. 27, 1915. Embarked Southampton
Jun 25, 1916. Disembarked Rouen Jun 26. Joined unit Jul 12. Admitted 88
7A Haem. of lung Aug 30. Admitted 3 Can GH Boulougne debility Sep 6.
Discharged to Marlbone? Lockharts ? Camp Sep. 24. Admitted 25 GH Handelot? Scabies Sep. 27. Discharged to base details Oct. 12. Joined base depot Oct. 14. Admitted 12 Gen Hosp. NYD Oct 17. Invalided to England Nov. 15. Admitted Victoria Hospital ?? Debility Nov. 17. Furlough then attached depot Dec 21. Embarked for BEF Aug 5 1917. Joined battalion Aug. 28. Killed in action March 11, 1918. Son of Samuel Atwill and Charlotte Ellen Bartlett.
Military Records Contact: Daniel B. Breen
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