CEF Soldier Detail

Lieutenant-Colonel George Thomas Carty

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Survived War:
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Force:
British Army
Regiment:
Newfoundland Infantry
Battalion:
1st Battalion, Royal Newfoundland Regiment
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Country:
Newfoundland
Next of Kin:
Address at Enlistment:
St. John's, Newfoundland
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Religion:
Unknown
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Gender:
Male
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Rank Regiment Unit Company
Lieutenant-Colonel Newfoundland Infantry 1st Battalion, Royal Newfoundland Regiment
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George T. Carty

Honourable Mention to Secretary of State for War
A War Communique dated August 28th, 1919 states that the name for the above mentioned has been brought to the attention of the Secretary of State for War for valuable services rendered in connection with the War, and an entry will be made in the record of service of the officer concerned.

Granted Commission, Captain, Sept. 21, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 4, 1915; Admitted to hospital, Malta, Dec. 8, 1915; Invalided to England, April 16, 1916; Embarked for Newfoundland, June 9, 1916; Appointed Transport Officer, July 8, 1916; Major, Oct. 1, 1916; Appointed Officer commanding Depot, St. John's, Oct. 29, 1917; Relinquished Command, July 22, 1918; Lieutenant-Colonel, Jan. 1, 1919; Appointed Staff Officer, Acting D. 0. C., Jan. 28, 1919; Relinquished appointment as Acting D.0.C., Sept. 9, 1919; Retired, Sept. 9, 1919.  

Awards and Decorations
Mentioned in Despatches & 'A' List