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Baker—was at one time conductor on the Colchester tramways, but afterwards joined the G. The funeral took place at Colchester on Monday with full military honour. The coffin, which was of polished oak, was placed on a gun carriage, and covered with the Belgian flag. Royal Fusiliers (Lord Roberts’ Regiment) supplied the firing party and band. We are a completely safe, secure and confidential online dating agency. The Senior Dating Agency is the best place for single seniors over 50 in the UK to find their perfect senior dating partner or just a new companion. Read our testimonials from other silver surfers who have found love and friendships through our senior online dating agency.Colchester’s General Military Hospital (which stood within the Sobraon Barracks site) was built in 1896 – it replaced a 20 hut complex.
The Hospital was demolished c1995 and ‘Abbey Field View’ housing development now stands on the hospital and barracks site. Some named patients can be found at the end of this chapter. After a few months these had to undertake service elsewhere, and probationers were employed to fill their places. Military Heart Hospital) ALLEN, Miss Julie (4.4.1918 to 4.4.1919. Another party of wounded from the front, numbering 2 officers and 101 non-commissioned officers and men, arrived at Colchester on Sunday. A., the Suffolk Regiment, the South Wales Borderers, and the Northumberland Fusiliers. Many of the patients smiled cheerfully, and waved their hands in return to the greetings of the crowd. De Hochepied Larpent (Lexden) and by five Belgian officers.”“The funerals of two members of the Expeditionary Force, who died in the Garrison Hospital at Colchester on Sunday from wounds received at the front, took place with military honours at the Cemetery on Tuesday. A photograph of the latter soldier was taken, and his coffin-plate bore the inscription, “Unknown, died of wounds, Nov. The staff consisted of : 5 trained nurses, 5 probationers, 2 orderlies, and 2 wardmaids. Local Voluntary Auxiliary Hospitals, that had become established when the war began, were also affiliated to the General Hospital in Colchester. In a ‘1917 Home Hospitals’ list, there were 60 Auxiliary Hospitals in the region “under” the Colchester Military Hospital – of which, 20 were within a 22 mile radius of Colchester. Nurse) BAGGS, Miss Edith Esther (13.8.1917-2.2.1919.