Friedland Posted 10 November , 2013 Share Posted 10 November , 2013 As part of my research into my Great Grandfather, I was wondering if anyone could enlighten me to which Casualty Clearing stations the 2/4 West Riding Field Ambulance may have used in Feb/March/April of 1917? I've tried reading through the lists provided on the main website and others on the internet but can't quite understand them. He was a gas casualty, and his regiment was 2/4th York and Lancs, 187 Brigade, 62nd Division. He'd disembarked in Jan 1917 and was declared unfit for War Service on 23rd April 1917. I also heard that Gas Casualties may have been treated at specialist stations and/or hospitals? Hopefully I've got the right Field Ambulance. Please feel free to correct me if I haven't!! Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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