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Marchment Stanley Hastings
14th Coy. Australian Macine Gun Corps
Wauchope , New South Wales
27 september 1917
Son of Francis and Christina Marchment, of Wauchope, New South Wales.
5'11" = 1.80 m
11 stone = 69.8 kg
Artificial teeth upper jaw and partly under jaw
Church of England
Belgian Battery Corner Cemetery
Plot II , Row I , Stone 9
25 october 1915
24 january 1916
25 march 1916
31 march 1916
9 april 1916
26 april 1916
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18 may 1916
5 june 1916
3 august 1916
18 october 1916
4 november 1916
13 november 1916
22 november 1916
11 december 1916
22 december 1916
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30 december 1916
31 december 1916
1 january 1917
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24 may 1917
25 may 1917
19 june 1917
20 june 1917
9 july 1917
10 july 1917
24 july 1917
27 september 1917
Enlisted at Liverpool , NSW ,in the 7th Reinforcements ,20 th Battalion.
Admitted to the Australian Dermatoligical Hospital at Abbassia , Egypt with venereal disease.
Discharged to Gizah
Marched in and posted to 5th Training Battalion, Garrison Camp , zeitoun , Egypt
Admitted to N° 4 Australian Hospital at Abbassia with mumps
Taken on strength 5th Training Battalion at Tel-el-Kebir
Embarked at Alexandria ,per SS 'Scotian'
Disembarked at Marseille , France
Taken on strength 2nd Australian Base Depot
To Field Ambulance and admitted to the 10th Stationary Hospital , St. Omer with bronchitis.
Transferred to 4th Stationary Hospital in Arques
Discharged to duty.
Admitted to the 1st New Zealand Stationary Hospital with myalgia.
Transferred to N°3 Ambulance Train.
Admitted to the 4th General Hospital at Camiers with bronchitis.
Invalided to England per HS 'Warilda'.
Embarked for England
Admitted to Alexandria Military Hospital with bronchitis.
Discharged from Alexandria Military Hospital and granted furlough from 2 february 1917 and to report at Perham Downs on 17 february 1917.
Marched in from furlough Perham Downs
Sick to Parkhouse and admitted with gonorrhoea
Spent 95 days at Parkhouse Military Hospital
Discharged to duty
Marched in from Parkhouse to N°1 Command Depot at Perham Downs
Proceeded to France, via Southampton , ex Overseas Training Depot , Perham Downs
Marched in 2nd Australian Divisional Base Depot at Le Havre , France.
Marched out to unit.
Rejoined Battalion in the field.
Transferred to the 14th Australian Machine Gun Corps
Killed in action at Glencorse Wood
An extract from the 14th Coy. Australian Machine Gun Corps , dated 27 september 1917 ;
'SOS signals were sent up on our right and left around 7pm.
Our artillery put down a heavy barrage and no counter attack eventuated .
The remainder of the night was fairly quiet.
Killed in action = 1 other rank'