Series 02: Anne Donnell diary, 29 December 1917 - 31 January 1919 - Page 93
March 15 Friday
Left S.S. 9 a.m. I trotted down the stairs to get in the Ambulance when was waylaid to lie down on the Stretcher – a Stretcher Case. Twas so funny – tucked in to gray blankets & carried out – but Matron says its much more comfortable being classed a B case – and you get better looked after. There are 4 of us 3 from No 3 – Lawrence Wearn myself & a V.A.D. from Le Treport.
Transferred to 14 Gen Hsp. Boulogne for U.K.
P.M.O. sent from No 3 A.G.H. or P.M.O. Has been poorly on & off for some time. Was in Hsp in Jan this year – sent to Cannes & whilst there was in bed. Now readmitted & not considered fit for Active Service in France at present.