We remember Oliver Hooper

We remember Oliver Hooper

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Timeline

Timeline

1884
birth Newport, Monmouthshire United Kingdom Source:8552920 27th October 1884
1903
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers Source:8552920 7th January 1903 - 7th April 1903
1903
enlistment Newport, Monmouthshire United Kingdom Source:8552920 7th January 1903
1903
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers 2nd Battalion Source:8552920 8th April 1903 - 15th November 1904
1904
location HM Troopship "Plassey" to destination of Southampton, departing from Durban United Kingdom military residence address Source:8552920 20th May 1904 - 9th June 1904
1904
location Troopship to (Karachi?) Indian subcontinent, leaving Southampton United Kingdom Source:8552920 15th November 1904 - 8th December 1904
1904
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8552920 16th November 1904 - 2nd April 1906
1906
location Discharge Depôt, Fort Brockhurst, Gosport, Hampshire United Kingdom military residence address Source:8552920 31st March 1906 - 2nd April 1906
1912
marriage Solithar Gabica Source:8894846 23rd May 1912
1914
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8552920 13th August 1914 - 4th October 1914
1914
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:8552920 13th August 1914 - 4th October 1914
1914
hospitalisation Gun Shot Wound to left eye Hospital/Institution Source:8552920 4th October 1914
1914
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers Depot Source:8552920 5th October 1914 - 26th October 1914
1914
location 1st Western General Hospital. Liverpool United Kingdom away from home address Source:8552920 7th October 1914
1914
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Source:8552920 27th October 1914 - 10th June 1915
1915
service British Army Acting Corporal 7853 South Wales Borderers 9th (Reserve) Battalion Source:8552920 27th July 1915 - 7th January 1916
1916
discharge Source:8552920 7th January 1916
service British Army Private 7853 South Wales Borderers Source:1958869

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Oliver
Initials O
Last Name Hooper
Source 1958869
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
1st Western General Hospital. Liverpool United Kingdom away from home address 7th October 1914
Discharge Depôt, Fort Brockhurst, Gosport, Hampshire United Kingdom military residence address 31st March 1906 - 2nd April 1906
HM Troopship "Plassey" to destination of Southampton, departing from Durban United Kingdom military residence address 20th May 1904 - 9th June 1904
Troopship to (Karachi?) Indian subcontinent, leaving Southampton United Kingdom 15th November 1904 - 8th December 1904
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers Private
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers Private
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers 2nd Battalion Private
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers 9th (Reserve) Battalion Acting Corporal
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Private
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers Depot Private
British Army 7853 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
1914 Star First World War Campaign/Service Medal
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Solithar Gabica wife 23rd May 1912

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England & Wales marriages 1837-2005 Transcription Keith1947

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