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Frank Swannell Diaries: Part I

Diaries of Frank Cyril Swannell Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-0392 - Box 1, Volume 4-5

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NOTE OF THINGS LENT. Noakes & Holborow - Engineers. Devonshire Sq. E.C. Aunt Emily : Mrs File - Gravel Castle - Barham. Kent Mr Newing - Chatten Farm - Finglesham Eastey nr. Dover

Miss Preston - Winslow House - Cavendish Rd Bournemouth Aunt Polly c Mrs Amd's sister Mrs Coleman 30 Tudor Rd Southall Middlesex

No 5 Platoon - 30th Battalion Continued

Our Sect. at the Willows

Bateman K. 77100 SgT Artillery Corp. Holmburg - Wnd in foot May 20. 77139 - Discharged Goodrich - Back + leg by shell in billet May 29. 77133 Elliott A-G 2 wounds early May 20 - Imperial Commission 77126 Gainey Wm - Shell May 29 - Back + Leg. Discharged Swannell F.C. 77947 A. Mace 7th Batt No 2 Coy - Imperial Commission reported killed couple of days after return to France Corp 7th Blackie - 7th Batt. - Went Crazy, back in England Findley Harry - slightly wounded - recommended for DCM 77127 Sgt. Bombers - raid in Oct left badly wounded in German French Tucker Geo. Grenade splinter cut jugular May /16 - Plat Sergt 16th Middleton G.R. - 2 in leg shell May 29 Wounded again Aug/16 77162 Emery - 7th Wounded slightly Brewer T.W. Bomb thrower 16th wrist leg Sgt Maj. Bombers Military Cross

BC Archives, MS-0392 Box 1 Volume 4 / FRANK SWANNELL PAPERS / Diary and enclosures, 1915.

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