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|Those Who Came After The Original 500|
Bunyan's Cove, Bonavista Bay, NF Fisherman, 21 years,
9 months Son of William & Olivour CHATMAN Enlisted March 2, 1916, witnessed
by Attesting Officer Lieut. R.P. Holloway Embarked St. John's S.S. Sicilian
for UK March 24, 1916 Wounded April 14, 1917 Left Arm Demobilization St.
John's January 26,1919 Served 2 years 331 days
It is said that Uncle Bill was the first of the three CHATMAN brothers to join the the war effort. A few weeks later his oldest brother Uncle Albert CHATMAN joined; while a third brother Uncle John CHATMAN, who was in Boston at the time, joined the US Navy. PTE. JOHN CHATMAN served in the American Navy during WWI & WWII.
Military Records Contact: Daniel B. Breen
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