Cecil Adler Beverley

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Born 1885 in Copley, Yorkshire he entered Borough Road College, London and became a teacher in Birkenhead, he lived at 58 Fountain St, Tranmere.
Joining the 80th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps he died of suspected Spanish flu 17th October 1918 during the allied operation to finish hostilities in the Balkans

His biography appears on the Brunel Univesity London website Beverley
[Effects returned to his Widow - Ancestry.com]
Effects record above states his death ocurred at No.64 General Hospital, Greece.
General Hospitals, No's 61, 62, 63, 64 and 65 were mobilized at Malta for duty in Salonika. Their medical officers, nurses and RAMC personnel were drawn from St Patrick's, St Paul's, St David's, Floriana and Spinola hospitals. On 6th July 1917, HMT Ship Abbassieh with Nos 61, 62, and 64 General Hospitals sailed out of Marsaxlokk Harbour escorted by two destroyers. It arrived at Salonika, (Thessalonika) Harbour, on 11th July 1917. [maltaramc.com/articles/contents/greatwar]

[Aerial view No 64 British General Hospital Salonica (Cotter collection AMS Archives)]

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