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Pte Albert Chatman Regt # 2278
Donated by Jaunita Jacobs

Bunyan's Cove, Bonavista Bay, NF Fisherman, age 24 years, 6 months Son of William & Olivour CHATMAN Enlisted March 13, 1916, witnessed by Attesting Officer Lieut. Gerald Ayre
Embarked St. John's SS Sicilian for UK July 19,1916 Killed in action November 20, 1917, France; age 26 years Burial reported by Rev. F.L. Hines Served 1 year 250 days

Uncle Albert was a stretcher bearer who was killed in action near Marcoing on 20 November 1917 in France. Having no known grave, he is commemorated by name on the Beaumont Hamel (Newfoundland) Memorial in France. He is also commemorated on the war memorial in Bunyan's Cove.

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