Important Events of Philip Pilon's Military Carreer (74110)
(as gleaned from his personnel file in the National Archives of Canada
RG 150, Acc. 1992-93/166, Box 7838 - 20)

Event Date Event Description Place of Event
1914-11-23 Enlists with 28th Battalion Sudbury
1915-05-29 Embarked for England S/S Northland Montréal
1915-09-18 Embarked for France
1915-09-18 Disembarked in France Boulogne
1915-10-10 Gun Shot Wound right arm, Admitted No.24 General Hospital, Étaples Étaples
1915-10-26 Invalided and transferred to England
1915-10-26 Taken on Strength 32nd Battalion Shorncliffe
1915-10-26 Admitted Bethnal Green Military Hospital Cambridge Heath
1915-10-26 Trans to England H.S. Newhaven
1915-11-09 Transferred to M.C. Redt Hospital - GSW Rt Arm Taplow
1915-11-17 To Duchess of Connaught Red Cross Hospital Taplow
1916-02-15 Taken on Strength CCAC Bath
1916-03-04 Hellingdon House Convalesent Hospital Uxbridge
1916-03-05 Discharged from Hospital
1916-03-27 Attached to Sir Max Aitkin Office. P.L.D.  Folkestone
1916-03-27 Shown on Command at Pay Office for Duty at Sir Max Office Folkestone
1916-03-28 On Strength London
1916-03-28 Attached CWRO London
1916-08-23 Struck off Strength returned to D. of R.& O. for duty London
1916-08-26 On Command to PO London for Pay and King George and Queen Mary Vic for duty, etc. Folkestone
1916-08-26 Attached CWRO London
1916-08-28 SOS CWRO London
1916-09-21 On Command War Records Bath
1916-09-25 Reposted from Victoria League to War Records London
1917-05-10 Taken on Strength from CCAC and is on Command at War Records Bramshott
1917-11-01 Attached for duty with Canadian War Records London
1917-11-01 Attached to HQOMF of C from Sask R.D. London
1917-11-21 Ceases to be attached to & is Struck off Strength to Canadian War Records, London Bramshott
1917-11-21 Appointed A/Cpl London
1917-11-21 TOS Can War Records from SRD & remains attached to HQOMF of C London
1917-11-21 Is appointed A/Cpl with allowances of appointment whilst employed in HQOMF of C London
1919-01-01 Appointed A/Sgt London
1919-01-01 Appointed A/Sgt & graded for pay as Sgt. Clerk London
1919-05-21 Struck off Strength Canadian War Records on proceeding to Canada for duty with Canadian War Records London
1919-05-21 Sailing
1919-05-21 SOS HQOMF of C on proceeding to Canada for duty with Can War Records London
1919-06-17 Transf. as Sergeant to No.9 Dct. CMSC, CEF for duty with Can War Records Branch Ottawa
1919-06-21 Admitted to hospital
1919-07-02 Admitted to Hospital
1919-08-19 Discharged from hospital
1919-08-26 Discharged from Hospital
1919-08-31 Struck off Strength on transfer to No.10 Distr. Depot
1919-09-02 SOS on transfer to No.10 Dist. Depot Winnipeg
1919-09-19 Discharged