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CHAPTER IX

The Military Records and Photographs (where obtainable)

Of the "First Five Hundred".

Continued.

 JAMES FRANCIS FOWLER Reg. No. 311
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded Aug. 11, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, Oct. 22, 1916; Lance Corporal, Dec. 26, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb., 15, 1919.
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WILLIAM FOWLER Reg. No. 81
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 JOHN ED. JOSEPH FOX Reg. No. 142
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, Nov. 13, 1914; Sergeant, Feb. 24, 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, March 29, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lieutenant, Oct. 15, 1915; Evacuated, Suvla, sick, Nov. 3, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 26, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to England, sick, April 27, 1916; Captain, Nov. 16, 1916; Appointed Demobilization Officer, London, Nov. 11, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Relinquished appointment, June 2, 1919; Retired, June 23, 1919.

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CHARLES SYDNEY FROST Reg. No. 58
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; Lance Corporal, July 14, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, April 15, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, June 5, 1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England; Lieutenant, May 15, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Nov. 10, 1917; Captain, March 18, 1918; Awarded Military Cross, Sept. 28, 1918; Retired and placed on reserve of Officers, St. John's, June 2, 1919.

JOHN JOSEPH FRENCH Reg. No. 63
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; believed killed, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 NICHOLAS AUGUSTUS GALGAY Reg. No. 338
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 20, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec, 6, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 4, 1916: British Expeditionary Force, March 20, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 3, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 11, 1916; Lance Corporal, Sept. 4, 1916; Acting Corporal, Nov. 16, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., Nov. 30, 1916; Admitted to Hospital, Rouen, Dec. 5, 1916; Joined Battalion, Feb. 5, 1917; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Invalided to England, April 20, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, July 10, 1917; Acting Sergeant, Sept. 27, 1917; Confirmed to rank of Corporal, April 2 7, 19 IS; Confirmed to rank of Sergeant, July 31, 1918; Acting Company Sergeant Major, July 31, 1918; Acting Regimental Sergeant Major, May 19, 1919; Confirmed to rank of R.S.M., June 20, 1919; Embarked for Newfoundland, June 24, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, Aug. 15, 1919.

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JOHN GARDNER Reg. No. 144 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Sergeant, Oct. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England, July 11, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, Sept. 27, 1916; Rejoined 2nd Battalion, Ayr, Dec. 31, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Feb. 18, 1918; Transferred to England "Permanent Base," March 1, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland on duty, May 13, 1918; Acting Company Sergeant Major, July 22, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Jan. 23, 1919.

FREDERICK GARF Reg. No. 125
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 CHARLES FREDERICK GARLAND Reg. No. 182
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, June 7, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Sergeant, Oct. 28, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England, July 6, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, Nov. 1, 1916; Attached to 2nd Battalion, Depot, for duty, Nov. 10, 1916; Lieutenant, May 1, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Retired, July 5, 1919.

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 GEORGE STANLEY GARLAND Reg. No. 200
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Sept. 29, 1915; Admitted to Hospital Alexandria, Oct. 4, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 2, 1915; Repatriated to Newfoundland, June 9, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, June 24, 1916.

WILLIAM THOMAS GELLATELY Reg. No. 100
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Oct. 5, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 3, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 3, 1916; Returned to B. E . F. Nov. 6, 1917; Invalided to England, Dec. 29, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland or furlough, July 21, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

ARTHUR WILFRED GILLAM Reg. No. 454 (No Photo) [See More]
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Feb. 27, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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EDWARD FRANCIS GLADNEY Reg. No. 335
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Lance Corporal, April 17, 1915; Corporal, July 27, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, April 22, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, May 2, 1916; Sergeant, June 11, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 WILLIAM JOSEPH GLADNEY Reg. No. 417
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 191,5; Evacuated, Suvla, sick, Dec. 1, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec 21, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, May 9, 1916; Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, June 3, 1916; Mentioned in dispatches, July 11, 1916; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 20, 1916; Lance Corporal, March 10, 1917; Returned to U. K. and attached to Depot, Ayr, April 30, 1917; British Expeditionary Force, Aug. 5, 1917; Wounded, Elverdlingle, Sept. 27, 1917; Invalided to England, Sept. 30, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Dec. 23, 1917; Acting Corporal, May 29, 1918; Acting Sergeant, Nov. 7, 1918; Confirmed to rank of Corporal, March 12, 1919; Confirmed to rank of Sergeant, April 24, 1919; Embarked for Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, June 29, 1919.

MALCOLM GODDEN Reg. No. 615
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Corporal, Sept. 24, 1914; Sergeant, Oct. 10, 1944; Company Sergeant Major, July 30, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, Aug. 23, 1916; Invalided to Hospital, Sept. 4, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov, 6, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, Nov. 1, 1916; Lieutenant, May 1, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Returned to U. K., Oct. 19, 1918; Evacuated to Hospital, Nov, 28, 1918; Attached to 2nd Battalion. Winchester, April 28, 1919; Embarked for Newfoundland, Sept. 5, 1919; Retired, Oct. 14, 1919.

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 ARCHIBALD GOOBY Reg. No. 154
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Feb. 27, 1916: British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Corporal, May 8, 1916; Sergeant, Feb. 9, 1917; Awarded Military Medal, June 18, 1917; Wounded, Belgium, March 13, 1918; Evacuated to England, March 19, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland on duty, May 22, 1918; Acting Company Sergeant Major, March 24, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, Sept. 1, 1919.

ROBERT JOSEPH GOOD Reg. No. 219
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated, Suvla, sick, Oct. 15, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, March 7, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Admitted to Hospital in England while on leave from B. E. F., Dec. 28, 1916; joined 2nd Battalion, Ayr, Jan. 10, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Jan. 26, 1917; Transferred to Forestry, Company, May 18, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, April 11, 1918.

 JOSIAH ROBERT GOODYEAR Reg. No. 573
Enlisted, Sept. 18, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Nov. 14, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916: British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Transport Sergeant, June 3, 1916; Wounded, Nov. 21, 1916; Invalided to England, Dec. 4, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 21, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, May 4, 1917; Discharged, St. john's, medically unfit, June 6, 1917; Granted Commission, Captain, with Newfoundland Forestry Corps, July 18, 1917; Embarked for U. K., Dec. 11, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland, June 1, 19l9; Retired, June 19, 1919.

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STANLEY CHARLES GOODYEAR Reg. No. 334
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Lance Corporal, Oct. 3, 1914; Corporal, Feb. 13, 1915; Transport Sergeant, June 14, 1913; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915 to Feb., 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, May 10, 1916; Lieutenant, Aug. 1, 1917; Killed in action, Broembeek, Oct. 10, 1917; Awarded Military Cross, Dec. 28, 1917.

GILBERT THOMAS GORDON Reg. No. 64 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, Nov. 13, 1914; Transferred to the Gordon Highlanders as Commissioned Officer and Struck off the Strength, Nov. 30, 1914.

 FRANK GEORGE GOUGH Reg. No. 132
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England, July 3, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., March 25, 1917; Wounded, Broembeek, Oct. 9, 1917; Rejoined Unit in the Field, Nov. 10, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Evacuated to England, Dec. 13, 1917; Transferred to Forestry Corps, June 25, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

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WILLIAM HAYES GRANT Reg. No. 410 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; Lance Corporal, May 21, 1915; 2nd Lieutenant Oct. 16, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 23, 1916; Killed in action, in the line near Beaumont Hamel, July 16, 1916.

 AUGUSTUS PETER GREEN Reg. No. 251
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 16, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, March 7, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 6, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, Sept. 27, 19 f6; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, March 21, 1917.

JOHN HENRY STANLEY GREEN Reg. No. 108
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated to England, sick, Oct. 29, 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, July 12, 1916; Attached to 57th Squadron Royal Flying Corp as Flying Officer, March 12, 1917; British Expeditionary Force, March 21, 1917; Killed in action, July 7, 1917.

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 GORDON GREEN Reg. No. 156
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla Bay, sick, Dec. 1, 1915; Invalided to England, Feb. 11, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, April 17, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Aug. 28, 1916.

WALTER MARTIN GREENE Reg. No. 266
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, Nov. 13, 1914; Provost Sergeant, April 23, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, Jan. 24, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, June 5, 1916; Wounded, Somme Raid, June 28, 1916: Invalided to England, July 5, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., May 4, 1917; Lieutenant, Nov. 1, 1917; Killed in action, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917.

WILLIAM JOSEPH GREENE Reg. No. 320
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914: British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla Bay, Nov. 5, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 9, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; joined Battalion, April 15, 1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 24, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Feb. 23, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, June 8, 1918.

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 ROBERT CECIL GRIEVE Reg. No. 13
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla Bay, Oct. 10, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Nov. 24, 1917.

JAMES PATRICK GRIFFIN Reg. No. 577 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 22, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 27, 1915; Invalided to England from Hospital at Mudros, Dec. 5, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 28, 1916; Embarked for Newfoundland, June 9, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, June 24, 1916.

PHILIP JOHN GROUCHY Reg. No. 369 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton on Ayr, time expired, Dec. 11, 1915.

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T. J. HACKETT Reg. No. 408 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Struck off Strength, Salisbury Plain, Oct. 31 1914.

WILLIAM HALL Reg. No. 352 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, Oct. 10, 1916; Returned to U. K., and attached to Depot, Ayr, April 30, 1917; Acting Sergeant July 18, 1917; Confirmed to Rank of Sergeant, July 1, 1918; Returned to B. E. F., July 2, 1918; joined Battalion, July 9, 1918; Killed in action, Ledgeham, Oct. 14, 1918.

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 ARTHUR HAMMOND Reg. No. 79
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, July 2, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Ambulance Sergeant, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Awarded Military Medal, Oct. 18, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 1918; Returned to U. K., Sept. 22, 1919; Acting Company Sergeant Major, Nov. 12, 1918; Attached to Pay and Record Office, London, Nov. 21, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, Oct. 14, 1919. Click for more on Arthur Hammond

CHARLES HAMMOND Reg. No. 594 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 26, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 5, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 24, 1916; British Expeditionary Force with band, March 1, 1917; Returned to U. K., and joined Depot, Ayr, April 18, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., with band, July 1, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 7, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

 THOMAS HAMMOND Reg. No. 360
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital. July 27, 1916; Invalided to England, Aug. 2, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 22, 1916; Embarked for Newfoundland, Oct. 27, 1916; Attached for duty to Headquarters, St. John's Jan. 5, 1917; Lance Corporal, Jan. 15, 1917: Acting Corporal, March 9, 1917; Sergeant, Aug. 17, 1917; Acting Staff Sergeant, March 24, 1919; Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, June 3, 1919; Still on Strength.

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 JACOB HANN Reg. No. 90
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to England, sick, Sept. 14, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Feb. 4, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland on Blue Puttee leave, July 24, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

HERBERT HARDING Reg. No. 353 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion, Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Admitted to Hospital, Aug. 8, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, Aug. 26, 1916; Wounded, Belgium, Sept. 5, 1916; Discharged to Base, Rouen, Oct. 20, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, Nov. 7, 1916; Lance Corporal April 16, 1917; Killed in action Monchy, April 23, 1917.

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WILLIAM FRANK HARDY Reg. No. 179
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Killed in action, Suvla Bay, Sept. 23, 1915.

WALTER JOSEPH HARNETT Reg. No. 458
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914: British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, Sept. 2, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, Sept. 21, 1916; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 19I8; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

 LAWRENCE GEORGE HARSANT Reg. No. 341
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Sept. 6, 1915; Corporal, Nov. 2, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 5, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Sept. 20, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Nov. 16, 1916; Acting Company Quartermaster Sergeant, April 6, 1918; Confirmed to Rank of Sergeant, April 27, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough July 27, 19I8; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

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 ARTHUR PERCEY HARTLEY Reg. No. 174
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; Lance Corporal, June 22, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Corporal, Oct. 12, 1916; Reported missing, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Later reported prisoner of war, Germany; Repatriated to England, Dec. 2, 1918; Demobilized, U. K., March 1, 1919.

 LEONARD VINCENT HARTLEY Reg. No. 294
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; Lance Corporal, July 20, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, June 28, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, July 12, 1916; Corporal, Oct. 12,1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Evacuated to England, Oct. 17, 1916; Attached to Pay and Record Office, London, March 13, 1917; Discharged, U. K., medically unfit, March 29, 1918.

GERALD HARVEY Reg. No. 333
Enlisted, Sept. 10, 1914; 2nd Lieutenant, April 6, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Oct. 3, 1915; Invalided to England, Oct. 6, 1915; Lieutenant, Oct. 15, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 11, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, April 17, 1916; Returned to U. K., July 27, 1916; Attached to Royal Flying Corps, Sept. 26, 1916; Rejoined 2nd Battalion, March 7, 1917; British Expeditionary Force, May 4, 1917; Wounded, Belgium, Oct. 7, 1917; Invalided to England, Oct. 23, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland, Jan. 30, 1919; Retired, Feb. 25, 1919.

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 WILFRED ERIC HARVEY Reg. No. 324
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 7, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 14, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 14, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Aug. 5, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

GEORGE BERNARD HATFIELD Reg. No. 65
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, April 8, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

ROBERT HAYLEY(Haley) Reg. No. 489
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915 to Feb., 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, sick, July 9, 1916; Discharged to duty, July 13, 1916; Wounded, Elverdinghe, Sept. 23, 1917; Invalided to 2ngland, Oct. 25, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, Feb. 23, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, April 10, 1918.

JAMES PATRICK HEANEY Reg. No. 476 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 10, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

HERBERT STEPHEN HEATER Reg. No. 180 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 6, 1915; Invalided to England, Oct. 16, 1915; Lance Corporal, April 20, 1916; Acting Corporal, Aug. 11, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Oct. 28, 1916; Confirmed to Rank of Sergeant, March 23, 1917; British Expeditionary Force, March 25, 1917; Evacuated to Hospital, May 18, 1917; Invalided to England, June 9, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, Feb. 8, 1919.


 ROBERT HENDERSON Reg. No. 471
Enlisted, Sept. 9, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 3, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 28, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 25, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Dec. 12, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Jan. 31, 1919.

 ALEXANDER HENNEBURY Reg. No. 461
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Sept. 29, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, March 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Awarded Military Medal, Jan. 14, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

 EWAN HENNEBURY Reg. No. 19
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, July 30, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 7, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Feb. 21, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 17, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, May 4, 1917; Discharged, medically unfit, June 6, 1917; Reattested for home defence duty, June 21, 19l7; Acting Sergeant, Dec. 13, 1917; Discharged, medically, unfit, Nov. 18, 1918.


HUBERT CLINTON HERDER Reg. No. 3
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, Nov. l5, 1914; 2nd Lieutenant, April 6, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lieutenant, Oct. 15, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915, to Feb. 1916: British Expeditionary Force, March 10, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 RALPH BARNES HERDER Reg. No. 34
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, July 26, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Corporal, Dec. 11, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, July 1, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England; Returned to B. E. F., Oct. 27, 1916; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland; Lieutenant, Jan. 1, 1918; Retired, June 30, 1918.

 JAMES FRANCIS HIBBS Reg. No. 299
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force; Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, sick, March 19, 1918; Discharged to duty, March 27, 1918, Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 19I8; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.


 JAMES JOSEPH HICKEY Reg. No. 113
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Elverdinghe, Sept. 26, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

 JOHN JOSEPH HICKEY Reg. No. 586
Enlisted, Sept. 22, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; joined Base Depot, Rouen, July 13, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, Aug. 7, 1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 18, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov. 15, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., Aug. 5, 1917; Joined Battalion, Aug. 28, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Invalided to England, Nov. 24, 1917; Attached to Depot, Winchester, Jan. 5, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

 JOHN HICKEY Reg. No. 252
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 7, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Oct. 10, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, Jan. 26, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, April 25, 1917. 
 WILLIAM FRANCIS HICKEY Reg. No. 119
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force. March 14, 1916; Wounded, Somme raid, June 16, 1916; Evacuated to England, July.13 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Nov. 25, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Dec. 29, 1916.

 JOHN HIPDITCH Reg. No. 240
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 20, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Attached to 2nd Battalion, Jan. 18, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, April 4, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, April 11, 1917.

GEORGE CRANIFORD HISCOCK Reg. No. 342 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914: British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 19l5; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, Sept. 16, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 15, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Dec. 4, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Jan. 26, 1917; St. John's, medically unfit, Aug. 23, 1917.

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EDWARD JOHN HOARE Reg. No. 453
Enlisted, Sept. 8. 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915, to Feb. 1916; Admitted to Egyptian Government Hospital, Jan. 29, 1916; Transferred to 27th General Hospital, Abbassia, April 18, 1916; Died of Typhoid, June 14, 1916.

JOHN HERBERT HOCKLEY Reg. No. 216 [See More]
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Feb. 27, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

ALDEN JOSEPH HOGAN Reg. No. 237 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, April 13, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 5, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, June 15, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, Medically unfit, July 31, 1917.

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LUKE HOLDEN Reg. No. 329 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

PATRICK HOLDEN Reg. No. 555
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Dec. 14, 1915; Admitted to Valletta Hospital, Malta, Dec. 22, 1915; Died of wounds, Jan. 29, 1916.

 ALBERT NORMAN HOOPER Reg. No. 248
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug 21, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., March 1, 1918; joined Battalion, April 5, 1918; Wounded, Neuve Eglise, April 13, 1918; Invalided to England, May 7, 1918; Repatriated to Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, July 12, 1919.

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 THOMAS ANTHONY HORAN Reg. No. 212
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Nov. 25, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Dec. 29, 1916.

LAWRENCE AMOUR HOSKINS Reg. No. 449
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 5, 1915; Rejoined Battalion at Suez, March 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Admitted to Hospital, Rouen, Feb. 27, 1917; Rejoined Battalion, May 7, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Invalided to England, Nov. 23, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Jan. 3, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's Feb. 15, 1919.

JAMES PATRICK HOULAHAN Reg. No. 500
Enlisted. Sept. 14, 1914; Lance Corporal, Aug 18, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July I, 1916; Invalided to England, July 7, 1916; Attached to Pay and Record Office, London, Dec. 20, 1916; Admitted to 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth, June 19, 1917; Discharged to duty, Nov. 30, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Dec. 6, 1917; Discharged, U. K., medically unfit, Sept. 17, 1918.

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JAMES JOHN HOWARD Reg. No. 560
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in Action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

MOSES HOWELL Reg. No. 462 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton on Ayr, medically unfit, Nov. 26, 1915.

THOMAS HUMPHREY Reg. No. 375
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914: British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 23, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 18, 1916; Admitted to Hospital, Rouen, March 30, 1916; Invalided to England, April 12, 1916; Attached to Depot, Aug. 1, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., Aug. 5, 1917; Admitted to Hospital, March 1, 1918; Invalided to England, March 15, 1918; Attached to Depot, Ayr, May 2, 19I8; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

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WILLIAM HUMPHRIES Reg. No. 588 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 24, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Lance Corporal, July 12, 1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 19, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 1, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, March 9, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, April 25, 1917.

JAMES HUNT Reg. No. 564 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915, to Feb. 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Wounded, Steenbeke, Aug. 16, 1917; Invalided to England, Aug. 24, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov. 1, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Feb. 4, 1918; joined Battalion, Feb. 15, 1918; Wounded, Haslar Camp, March 13, 1918; Invalided to England, March 21, 1918; Attached to Depot, Winchester, Aug. 14, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, Sept. 23, 1918: Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Nov. 1, 1918.

WILLIAM JOSEPH HURLEY Reg. No. 11 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Discharged, Newton on Ayr, time expired, Oct. 15, 1915; later enlisted with Canadian Contingent.

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WILLIAM THOMAS HUSSEY Reg. No. 356 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, March 20, 1915; Appointed Master Cook, Oct. 24, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Sergeant, June 11, 1916; Killed in action, Monchy, April 14, 1917.

HAROLD HUTCHINGS Reg. No. 602
Enlisted, Sept. 28, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 2O, 1915; Served with 1st Composite Battalion on Western Egyptian Frontier, Nov. 1915 to Feb. 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 WILLIAM F. C. HUTCHINGS Reg. No. 538
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, July 2, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 26, 1915; Admitted to Hospital, Malta, Dec. 3, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 24, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 4, 1916; Attached to Pay and Record Office, London, June 16, 1916; Acting Staff Sergeant, Nov. 24, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Returned to U. K. and re-attached to Pay and Record Office, Nov. 18, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, Jan. 3, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 27, 1919.

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 JOHN FRANCIS HYNES Reg. No. 238
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 1, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 24, 1915; Attached to 2nd Battalion, April 28, 1916; Discharged, Newton on Ayr medically unfit, May 13, 1916; Reattested June 14, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland, July 10, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, July 31, 1917.

 JAMES MAIN IRVINE Reg. No. 49
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, Oct. 3, 1914; Sergeant, Nov. 16, 1914; Company Sergeant Major, Oct. 21, 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, Oct. 30, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, June 5, 1916; Admitted to Hospital in England, Jan. 13, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., April 23, 1917; Lieutenant, Aug. 1, 1917; Admitted to Hospital, Dec. 16, 1917; Transferred to England, Dec. 29, 1917; Attached to Depot, Winchester, March 29, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Returned to U. K., Oct. 19, 1918; Returned to B. E. F., Nov. 19, 1918; Admitted to Hospital, Nov. 26, 1918; Discharged to duty, March 8, 1919; Transferred to U. K., April 22, 1919; Embarked for Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Retired, July 29, 1919.

ARTHUR JOSEPH JACKMAN Reg. No. 533 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 15, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20,1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 29,1915; Invalided to England Dec. 24, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 14, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Joined Battalion, April 15, 1916; Killed in action, Monchy, April 14, 1917.

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GEORGE ARTHUR JACKMAN Reg. No. 118 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20,1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14,1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Feb. 17, 1917; Discharged, St. john's, medically unfit, April 4, 1917.

 CECIL STANLEY JAMES Reg. No. 102
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Sergeant, May 6, 1915, 2nd Lieutenant, Nov. 27, 1915 British Expeditionary Force, Oct. 5, 1916; Lieutenant, Nov. 27, 1916; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland on sick furlough, June 15, 1917; Conducted Draft to England; Conducted second Draft to England, June 22, 1918; Returned to B. E. F., Nov. 5, 1918; Retired, April 10, 1919.

CHARLES ROBERT JAMES Reg. No. 436
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Sergeant, Sept. 21, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 20, 1915; Invalided to England, Nov. 30, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Jan. 8, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Feb. 17, 1916.

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THOMAS LINCOLN JAMES Reg. No. 370 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; struck off Strength, Newton on Ayr, time expired and medically unfit, Oct. 15, 1915.

 HAROLD CLARK JANES Reg. No. 109
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Nov. 13, 1914; Corporal, June 14, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Orderly Room Sergeant, Sept. 13, 1915; Employed at General Head Office Staff, 3rd Echelon, Alexandria, Sept. 13, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March I8, 1916; Employed at Headquarters Staff, 3rd Echelon, Rouen, March 29, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland on sick furlough, July 10, 1917; Attached for duty to Militia Department, Jan. 24, 1918; Acting Staff Sergeant Major, June 25, 1918; Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, June 3, 1919; Honorary 2nd Lieutenant, Sept. 1, 1919; Still on Strength.

 HAROLD WESLEY JANES(JAMES) Reg. No. 197
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 28, 1915; Invalided to England, Feb. 5, 1916; Attached to Depot, 2nd Battalion, March 30, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

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THOMAS PATRICK JANES Reg. No. 136 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 18, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England, July 4, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., Aug. 5, 1917; Transferred to England, "Permanent Base," Aug. 12, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland, July 21, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Sept. 2, 1918.

 WALTER HAROLD JANES Reg. No. 56
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Nov. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 2, 1916; Corporal, Sept. 28, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Nov. 7, 1916; Confirmed to Rank of Sergeant, Feb. 9, 1917; Wounded, Steenbeke, Aug. 16, 1917; Attached to Ayr and Record Office, London, for duty, Jan. 9, 19IS; Demobilized, St. John's, March 20, 1919.

JOHN ALLAN JEANS Reg. No. 424
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated to Hospital, sick, Nov. 30, 1915; Discharged to duty, Dec. 31, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 16, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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SILAS JEFFERS Reg. No. 292
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force. March 14, 1916; killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

JENS WILLIAM JENSON Reg. No. 569 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 17, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 6, 1915; Admitted to Hospital at Malta, Oct. 9, 1915; Invalided to England, Nov. 19, 1915; Embarked for Newfoundland, Sept. 15, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Dec. 29, 1916.

 ARTHUR FRANCIS JESSEAU Reg. No. 249
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 1, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 25, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 19, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, June 25, 1916; Prisoner of War, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's Dispatches, June 1, 1917; Repatriated to England, Nov. 25, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, Dec. 12, 19IS; Demobilized, St. John's, March 27, 1919.

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JOHN JOSEPH JOHNSON Reg. No. 135
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Admitted to Hospital at Cairo, Sept. I 1, 1915; Discharged to Base, Alexandria, Sept. 22, 1915: Embarked for Gallipoli, Oct. 25, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, remained at duty, April 29, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916

EDWARD JOY Reg. No. 502
Enlisted, Sept 14, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20. 1915: British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, Feb. 2, 1917; Discharged to duty, March 5, 1917; Lance Corporal, Aug. 20, 1917; Corporal, Nov. 1, 1917; Awarded Military Medal, Nov. 20, 1917; Acting Sergeant, Dec. 16, 1917; Confirmed to Rank of Sergeant, March 16, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on special duty, May 22, 1918; Returned to U. K., Oct. 11, 1918; Died of Pneumonia at military Hospital, Devonport, Oct. 14, 1918; Awarded Bar to Military Medal, May 21, 1919.

CLIFFORD H. O. JUPP Reg. No. 157 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; Lance Corporal, June 12, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug 20, 1915; Corporal, Sept. 26, 1915; Sergeant, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Acting Company Quartermaster Sergeant, May 29, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, June 11, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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LEONARD JOHN JUPP Reg. No. 162 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla Bay, sick, Nov. 26, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Discharged from Hospital, Feb. 15, 1916; Reported for duty with 2nd Battalion, Ayr, March 14, 1916; Lance Corporal, April 16, 1916; Acting Corporal, Sept. 12 1916; Acting Sergeant, Jan. 17, 1917; Discharged, U. K., medically unfit, March 2, 1918.

GEORGE KANE Reg. No. 208
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Nov. 2Q, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 17, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, June 25, 1916; Killed in action, Mesnieres, Dec. 3, 1917.

JOSEPH ARTHUR KAVANAGH Reg. No. 106 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 14. 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 18, 1916; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

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