THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Service Record Notes

BEAN, ALEXANDER JOHN

G/9311 – Name - Bean A. J. The Buffs.
290 London Road , Dover .
Age 19 years-248 days.
Trade – Motor Driver.
 
Next of kin – Leonard Albert Bean, 290 London Road-Father.
 
British War and Victory medal.
 
Casualty Form – Active Service.
Reg or Corps – 3rd Batt. The Buffs.
Enlisted 20-1-16.
Missing – 12-10-17.
Death accepted on or since 12-10-17.
 
Hospital Sick List.
Name of hospital - E.C. Depot Shoreham by Sea.
8-3-17 – Sh Wd in Calf.
Remarks.
Has had special gymnasium treatment and army physical drills in various grades. Marching while at this depot.
Discharged – 28-6-17.
 
Admission to Hospital.
3rdWestern GeneralHospital.
Admitted 12-8-1916
Discharged 19-2-17.
Shrapnel Wd Rt Leg. Number of days in hospital 162 days.
 
Casualty Form - Active Service.
Regt. number G/9311 – Rank Pte. – Name Alexander A. J.
Enlisted 28-1-16.
To hospital (sick) – Field – 26-7-16.
From hospital – 28-7-16.
Admitted (ref vision)
Rejoined from F. Amo? 24-8-16
Wounded – 1-9-16.
To Amb train (GSW Rt Leg) 3/9/16.
Transferred to England ex No 1.
(Aust Gen Hosp per “Salta”?
(Shrap Wd Rt Calf 11-9-1916.
 
Squadron, Troop, Battery and Company Conduct Sheet.
Regt. 3rd Batt. The Buffs.
No. 9311 – Bean A.
Place Dover.
Rank Pte.
Offence – When on active service improperly dressed entering barracks at 9-15p.m. Punishment 5 days C.B.

 


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