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Those Who Came After The Original 500

Pte Eldred Crane  Regt # 2678
Donated by John Crane

Enlisted 2 May 1916
Embarked overseas 19 July 1916
Embarked for BEF France 11 October 1916
Joined unit in France 22 October 1916
Pneumonia - admitted 34 CCS France 31 January 1917
Invalided to England - Hospital Ship St. Patrick 14 February 1917
Admitted 3 London General Hospital 15 February 1917
Discharged Hospital 2 April 1917
Furlough to 11 April 1917
Joined unit in Field 19 June 1917
Wounded GSW Left arm 16 August 1917
Admitted 61st CCS 16 August 1917
Invalided to England - Hospital Ship St. Denis 20 August 1917
Discharged Hospital 26 September 1917
Furlough to 6 October 1917
Attached H. Company Depot Ayr 6 October 1917
Joined unit in Field 15 February 1918
Wounded GSW Jaw 13 April 1918
Admitted 57 Field Ambulance 13 April 1918
Invalided to England 18 April 1918
Discharged as unfit for further service
Furlough to 20 July 1918
Sent to Newfoundland for Discharge per HMS Gloucestershire 21 July 1918
Attached to Strength Depot - St. John's 4 August 1918
Discharged medically unfit 2 September 1918

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