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Patrick Joseph HOGAN

Regimental number4733
Place of birthThurles, Co Tipperary, Ireland
ReligionRoman Catholic
Addressc/o Mr J Boyce, Nambour, NC Line, Queensland
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation22
Height5' 4"
Weight130 lbs
Next of kinFather, William Hogan, Railway Bridge, Thurles, Co Tipperary, Ireland
Previous military serviceNil
Enlistment date20 August 1915
Place of enlistmentNambour, Queensland
Rank on enlistmentPrivate
Unit name26th Battalion, 12th Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number23/43/3
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board RMS Mooltan on 12 April 1916
Rank from Nominal RollPrivate
Unit from Nominal Roll26th Battalion
FateReturned to Australia 16 January 1919
Discharge date23 April 1919
Other details

War service: Western Front

Proceeded overseas to France from England, 15 September 1916; taken on strength, 26th Bn, 28 September 1916.

Admitted to 5th Field Ambulance, 24 December 1916 (pyrexia, unknown origin), and transferred same day to Anzac Corps Rest Station; rejoined Bn, 30 December 1916.

Wounded in action, 26 March 1917 (shrapnel wound, left thigh), and admitted to 5th Australian Field Ambulance, and thence to 3rd Casualty Clearing Station; transferred by Ambulance Train, 29 March 1917, and admitted to 3rd Stationary Hospital Rouen, 30 March 1917. Transferred to England, 13 April 1917, and admitted to Kitchener Hospital, Brighton, 14 April 1917 (gun shot wound, left thigh: severe); discharged on furlough, 1 June 1917, to report to No 1 Command Depot, Perham Downs, 16 June 1917. Marched in to No 1 Command Depot, 18 June 1917; marched in to Overseas Training Depot, Perham Downs, 24 July1917; proceeded overseas to France, 8 August 1917; admitted to 2nd Division Base Depot, Havre, 9 August 1917. Found guilty, 18 August 1917, of falling out of line of march without permission, 17 August 1917: awarded 14 days' confined to camp. Rejoined Bn, 27 August 1917.

Reported killed in action, Belgium, 4 October 1917; subsequently reported wounded in action. (gun shot wound, left buttock, right thigh), admitted to 3rd Australian Field Ambulance; transferred same day to 10th Casualty Clearing Station, and thence by Ambulance Train No 30 to 7th Canadian General Hospital, and admitted 5 October 1917. transferred to England, 10 October 1917, and admitted to Devonport Military Hospital, 11 October 1917 (Wound: severe); transferred to 3rd Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Dartford, 2 November 1917. Discharged on furlough, 5 November 1917, to report to No 2 command Depot, Weymouth, 19 November 1917. Marched in to No 1 Command Depot, Sutton Veny, 19 November 1917; to Overseas Training Brigade, Longbridge Deverill, 30 November 1917; proceeded overseas to France, 3 January 1918; rejoined Bn, Belgium, 10 January 1918.

Wounded in action (3rd occasion), France, 6 May 1918 (gun shot wound, right foot), and admitted to 7th Australian Field Ambulance; transferred same day to 4th Casualty Clearing Station, and transferred by Ambulance Train No 27, 7 May 1918, to 7yh General Hospital, Rouen; admitted, 8 May 1918. transferred to England, 12 May 1918, and admitted to Central Military Hospital, Winchester, 13 May 1918 (wound: severe); transferred to 1st Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Harefield, 26 August 1918; discharged on furlough, 13 September 1918, to report to No 4 command Depot, Hurdcott, 27 September 1918. Marched in to No 4 Command Depot, 28 September 1918.

Commenced return to Australia on board HT 'Demosthenes', 16 January 1919; arrived Melbourne, 2 March 1919; discharged, Brisbane, 23 April 1919.

Medals: British War Medal, Victory Medal

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