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Loos 1915 E moreau and captain bearn doctor


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Bonjour

i search a photo

captain Bearn 9 black watch medical , E Mreau helps this doctor in center Loos 25 september 1915

 

merci gilles Loos sur les traces de la grande guerre

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The most likely person is Frederick Arnot Bean DSO MC; later CBE.  He is the only RAMC officer that comes up with that name on a medal search. Entered France July 1915. 

A family tree on ancestry shows this is he. But more research needed to prove he was at Loos

 

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Frederick Arnot Bearn 24/1/1890 - 23/9/1981

His MC appears to be a New Years Honour award at the start of 1916

His DSO appears to be a New Years Honour award at the start of 1917

Bar to his DSO during WW2.

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Capt FA Bearn Listed as "Wounded" on the Casualty List issued by the War Office from 29th September 1915.

The list shows him as 

"Attached 9th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)"

So he is the right man. 

Parfait!!

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