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No 10 Stationary Hospital, St. Omer

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#1 DanMorris1989



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Posted 28 June 2013 - 07:37 AM

My grandfather John Morris served with the RAMC at the No. 10 Stationary hospital from 20/4/1917 until 10/5/1917.

Have seen through this forum that there is a roll/list of patients and also staff. Where came i find this?



#2 Ron Clifton

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 08:55 AM

Hello Dan

As far as the National Archives are concerned, I'm afraid you will be unlucky. The War Diary is in file WO95/4102 (not yet available online, so you would need to visit Kew to read it) but will not hold any lists of patients, and only the comings and goings of officers are mentioned by name.

There are Admissions and Discharge Registers for a small selection of medical units in class MH106 in the old Ministry of Health series, but those of 10 Stationary Hospital are not among them.


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Posted 28 June 2013 - 01:17 PM

Wellcome Library has some manuscript material relating to stationary hospitals but I'm afraid none from 10 (I just checked).