Map point: Residence in 1911 - Lot 15, Conc 1, Stanhope (map point is the approximate location within this lot)
Date of birth: 18 Sep 1896
Birthplace: Carnarvon, Ontario
Occupation and residence on enlistment: Painter, Carnarvon
Enlistment date and place: 1 Oct 1915, Kingston, Ontario
Regimental service #:348100
C Battery, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
2nd Army T. M. School as batman to Lt F G Johnson
6th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery
Notes on war service: He served in France. He was granted 14 days leave to England on 7 Sep 1918, rejoining his unit on 21 Sep 1918.
Killed in action? : Yes - He died on 27 Sep 1918. On the Circumstances of Death Register card, a notation states: "Whilst serving his gun during a barrage near Inchy, he was almost instantaneously killed by shrapnel from an enemy shell."
Overseas burial location: Dominion British Cemetery, Arras, France. (Plot 2, Row C, Grave 15)
LIbrary & Archives Canada, Personnel Records of the First World War (also available on Ancestry.ca)
Library & Archives Canada, Circumstances of Death Registers, First World War (also available on Ancestry.ca)
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