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Private 1174

5th Battalion

Inverness, Scotland

Mrs. Mary Stuart c/o Miss Shingler The Grange Leongatha

Broadmeadows 14/6/1914

26 years and 11 months

Church of England


He died in the Second Scottish General Hospital on 4/12/1918 bronchial pneumonia.

He was buried in the Private Burial Grounds of Blackfaulds Avon Bridge Linthigow Scotland

He was married to Mary Kenny of the pioneer family

His wife was a Kenny and she was living in Leongatha and working for Miss Shingler
16/12/14 He enlisted at Broadmeadows
He was 3 years in the Seaforth Highlanders
22/12/14 He embarked Melbourne on HMAT Themistocles
3/5/15 He joined his battalion at Gallipoli
18/5/15 He was admitted to the Australian Field Ambulance with a contusion of the right eye
19/5/15 He transferred to No 11 ccs
23/5/15 He joined the battalion
29/7/15 He is admitted to No1 casualty clearing station with influenza and conjunctivitis went to Mudros on Lemnos to No 1 stationary hospital
3/8/15 He rejoined his unit
23/8/15 He had influenza and went to Egypt on the Guilford Castle going to Alexandria and them Port Said
28/8/15 He is transferred to Convalescent camp Cairo
10/2/16 He joined the 58th Battalion
2/4/16 He transferred to the 57th Battalion
29/5/16 He was in hospital with tonsillitis
3/7/16 He was discharged to duty still in Egypt
2/8/16 He embarked Alexandria and disembarked Marseilles 8/8/16
He went to London to the King George Hospital in Stamford St Harefield
2/11/16 He was granted furlough
27/11/16 He was admitted to Harefield Hospital
In May 1917 he went to the 67th Battalion
He was in trouble through 1917
12/9/17 He went to France from Southampton
He was in trouble again and in hospital to March 1918
He went back to England to Weymouth to The Second Command Depot
23/10/18 He went to 2nd Scots General Hospital Edinburgh while on leave
5/12/18 He died of bronchial pneumonia
He had a private burial in the grounds of Blackfaulds Avon Bridge Linlithgow. The service was taken by Reverend Garvie
At the funeral were his mother, sisters, cousins and Mr. Flett



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STUART, Charles William

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