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Walter Wheeler

Private Walter Wheeler Regt. # 4071
Donated by Les Wheeler and George Wheeler

Walter was born May 1898 in Silverdale, Green Bay, Nfld.

 Nov 3 1917 Enlisted
May 31 1918 Joined battalion in the field
Oct 20 1918 Wounded
Oct 21 1918 Shell wound in the leg
Nov 2 1918 Evacuated to England
Feb 4 1919 Transferred from Pavillion Hospital, Brighton to 
Queen MaryConv.Aux Hospital Rochanton, S.W.
Apr 24 1919 Discharged from Queen Mary Hospital for furlough to May 1,1919
May 2 1919 Posted to H Company 2nd battalion, Winchester
May 22 1919 To Newfoundland for discharge (special surgical case) 
from Liverpool by S.S. Corsican
Jun 1 1919 Attached to strength (discharge)
Aug 11 1919 Arrived at St. John's, Newfoundland for demobilization

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