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CEF RAMC Temp Officers assume their files destroyed too


LinaMoffitt

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Hi

In researching the Temp Officers / doctors from Australia who joined the RAMC, their service records were destroyed after the war.

I assume this is the case with temp officers from Canada too?

E.G. A..A. SKEELS, I think he was from Toronto along with Harry Arthur Cates born in Surrey UK died at Toronto; and M W Henry... all doctors - can't find anything on them except Cates' brothers killed....

thanks

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Would A. A. SKEELS be Albee Amos SKEELS ?

I have found a couple of references to him by doing a Google search including this entry in the McGILL UNIVERSITY HONOUR ROLL 1914 - 1918.

ALBEE AMOS SKEELS
B.A., 1893; M.D., 1897
Commissioned Lieutenant in the Royal Army
Medical Corps, July 1st, 1915. Promoted to the
rank of Captain. Served in France with the 27th
Casualty Clearing Station and the 29th Stationary Hospital.
CGM
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Would A. A. SKEELS be Albee Amos SKEELS ?

I have found a couple of references to him by doing a Google search including this entry in the McGILL UNIVERSITY HONOUR ROLL 1914 - 1918.

ALBEE AMOS SKEELS
B.A., 1893; M.D., 1897
Commissioned Lieutenant in the Royal Army
Medical Corps, July 1st, 1915. Promoted to the
rank of Captain. Served in France with the 27th
Casualty Clearing Station and the 29th Stationary Hospital.
CGM
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