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Treatment of Wounded at the Quai


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This is my first post so forgive if I'm in the wrong part of the forum.

I'm research Pte Thomas Fenn, 16th Middlesex. He was wounded at Hawthorn redoubt on 1 July 1916. I have found a reference to him being treated at the Quai and the hospital ship HMHS Lanfranc.

I'm also researching Pte Daniel John Williams of 1/2nd City of London Royal Fusiliers who was also treated at the Quai and then HMHS Lanfranc on 2 July 1916.

Can anyone help with more information about Pte Williams. The family myth suggests he suffered a Blighty wound when he was shot through the head.

I would also like to know if the Quai referred to in the records of both men is the No.2 General Hospital, Quai d'Escale Le Havre,

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