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Garnett Moore

Admitted to:

RAF Hospital Cosford.

Date of Injury:

12/02/1944

D.O.B/Age when admitted:

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Cause of Incident:

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Transferred to QVH:

01/03/1944

Injuries:

Burns.

No. of Operations at East Grinstead:

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IDENTITY CARD

This is to certify that the patient mentioned below and whose description is stated hereon is the authorised holder of this Identity card.


Forename:

Garnett G.

Surname:

Moore

Service No:

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Nationality:

Canadian


Awards/Honours:

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Patient Unit:

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Profession:

Pilot

Patient Rank:

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Death:

18/01/1986

Age at Death:

76yrs

Dr Rank:

Dr Unit:

Notes:

Known as "Tar".

Joined the Lord Strathcona Horse Army Cavalry Unit in 1935, before re-mustering in teh RCAF in 1938. Worked as a parachute packer/maker in Toronto and Calgary before deciding to train as a pilot. Arrived in England in July 1943.

Became a patient at QVH for six months before being transferred to a Canadian hospital.

Glossary:

Further Reading:

As For the Canadians' By Rita Donovan

References:

'Garnet (Tar) Moore', The Guinea Pig, July 1986, p. 6.
'Garnett (Tar) Moore', The Guinea Pig, New Year 1987, pp. 10-1.