Official notice of George Sarvent's wounding

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
George Armitage Sarvent 1881-1927. During the First World War George was a Lance Bombardier (or Bombardier depending on which document you refer to) No. 120790, 244S. Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. He was gassed and admitted to Ward F3, No.12 General Hospital, Rouen on July 22, 1917. Notification was sent to Lillie who was staying at 'White Rose Cottage, Within Lee, Prestbury, Macclesfield' for the duration. A follow up form informing Lillie of George's admission to...