William Curragh papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Calendar diary (1915); "Soldiers' Small Book" (1915); Manuscript diary in shorthand (12 January 1915-19 November 1918); Typescript of diary, 12 January 1915-19 November 1918 [1980]; Field Medical Card (30 August 1918); Out-of-Work Donation Policy booklet (nd); British Red Cross card (31 August-7 September 1918); Gas Defence card (nd); Pass (May 1915); 2 wills (27 May 1915, 26 August 1915); Malarial detail sheet (September 1918); Certificate relating to vermin and scabies (9 January 1918); Booklet "Health Memoranda for Soldiers" (1914); Soldier's French Language Manual (nd); Demobilization papers (11 March-11 April 1919); Army orders (24 July 1916); Equipment and clothing certificate (nd); 2 railway warrants (31 January 1919, 28 February 1919); Certified copy of attestation (12 January 1915); Memorandum relating to leave (nd); 3 leave passes (28 July 1917, 22 June 1918, 26 December 1918); Protection and identity certificate (4 March 1918); 35 photographs (1917, nd).

Administrative / Biographical History

William Curragh, born in 1892, was a Private, 66th Field Ambulance, RAMC (Royal Army Medical Corps), serving in Salonika, Dojran and Struma from 1915.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted.

Note

In English, but with a little French.

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed.

Personal Names