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BEATTIE, CHARLES LESLIE

BEATTIE, CHARLES LESLIE

RANK:  PRIVATE                               SERIAL NO:  39741

UNIT:     ‘B’ COMPANY, WELLINGTON INFANTRY REGIMENT

BORN:    01/02/1891  -   NEW ZEALAND

DIED:    07/08/1917      DIED OF WOUNDS            

PLACE:  No.3 STATIONARY HOSPITAL, ROUEN, FRANCE

SINGLE:                   RELIGION:   ROMAN CATHOLIC

WIFE:    N/A                                                                                                                                                                                                       

PARENTS:   Mr Samuel & Mrs Sarah Ann BEATTIE

SIBLINGS:  

NEXT OF KIN: MRS S.A.BEATTIE, (mother), PORANGAHAU

OCCUPATION: LABOURER

EMPLOYER:  A.D. JONES

LAST NZ ADDRESS:  47 LINCOLN RD., MASTERTON

HEIGHT:  5’ 6”                 WEIGHT:  141lb.        CHEST: 33½”

COMP:   DARK       EYES:    BROWN        HAIR:    DARK BROWN

EDUCATION:   FOURTH EDUCATIONAL STANDARD

GRAVE/MEMORIAL:                   

ENLISTED:    MASTERTON                                 DATE:  10/10/1916

MAIN BODY:                     REINFORCEMENT:  22nd

MILITARY RECORD:

13/11/1916.  POSTED TO ‘B’ COY. 23rd  REINFORCEMENTS, FEATHERSTON

26/01/1917.  TRANSFERRED TO TRENTHAM.

27/01/1917.  POSTED TO ‘B’ COMPANY 22nd  REINFORCEMENTS.

16/02/1917.  EMBARKED FROM WELLINGTON ON HMNZT 76 ‘APARIMA’.

02/05/1917.  DISEMBARKED DEVONPORT (U.K.). MARCHED INTO ‘SLING’ 1st WELLINGTON COMPANY.

06/06/1917.  PROCEEDING OVERSEAS. (FRANCE).

08/06/1917.  MARCHED INTO CAMP, ETAPLES.

25/07/1917.  WOUNDED IN ACTION IN THE FIELD. ADMITTED No.3 N.Z. FIELD AMBULANCE.

25/07/1917.  ADMITTED 2nd AUST. CASUALTY CLEARING STATION.

05/08/1917.  ADMITTED DANGEROUSLY ILL 3rd STATIONARY HOSPITAL,  ROUEN, WITH GUNSHOT WOUNDS, R/ARM, CHEST, BACK,  ABDOMEN AND SHOULDER.

07/08/1917.  DIED OF WOUNDS 3rd STATIONARY HOSPITAL, ROUEN, FRANCE.                                                                   

AWARDED: BRITISH WAR MEDAL. VICTORY MEDAL.