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The Military Records and Photographs (where obtainable)

Of the "First Five Hundred".

Continued.

WALTER KEARLEY Reg. No. 552
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 11, 1915; Admitted to Hospital, Malta, Nov. 26, 1915; Invalided to England, Nov. 29, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 12, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, June 25, 1916; Wounded, Sailly-Saillisel, March 3, 1917; Invalided to England, March 6, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 18, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Aug. 5, 1917; Joined Battalion, Aug. 28, 1917; Wounded, Broembeek, Oct. 9, 1917; Invalided to England, Oct. 21, 1917; Attached to Depot, Winchester, May 15, 1919; Embarked for Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, June 29, 1919.

WILLIAM WALLACE KEARNEY Reg. No. 68 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla Bay, Oct. 31, 1915; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Jan. 17, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, March 31, 1916.

HUBERT JOHN KEATS Reg. No. 613
Enlisted, Oct. 1, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 21, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 31, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, May 7, 1916; Discharged to duty, May 27, 1916; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Invalided to England, April 20, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland, May 13, 19IS: Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Aug. 1, 1918.

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WILLIAM KEATS Reg. No. 203
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; wounded, Beaumont Hamel, 1 1916: Evacuated to England, July 4, 1916, Returned to B. E. F. Jan. 31, 1917; Killed in action, Monchy, April 14, 1917.

FREDERICK KEEL Reg. No. 490 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded Somme Raid, June. 20, 1916; Invalided to England, July 11 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 19, 1917; Demobilized, U. K., May 19, 1919.

ERNEST KELLY Reg. No. 27
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Lance Corporal, Oct. 27, 1916; Invalided to England, Acting Corporal, Jan. 17, 1917; Returned to B.E.F., Nov. 6, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Demobilized, St; John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

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JOHN JOSEPH KELLY Reg. No. 188
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 5, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 12, 1915; British Expeditionary Force. Jan. 31, 1917, Wounded, Elverdinghe, Sept. 28, 1917; Evacuated to Hospital; Rejoined Battalion in the Field, Oct. 29, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov.20, 1917; Invalided to England, Nov. 23, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland on furlough, July 1, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, April 3, 1919.

MICHAEL FRANCIS KELLY Reg. No. 148
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Lance Corporal, June 19, 1915; Corporal, Oct. 29, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Sergeant, June 11, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

THOMAS JOSEPH KELLY Reg. No. 178 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 13, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla Bay, sick, Oct. 9, 1915; Invalided to England, Nov. 6, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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LEO TERRENCE KENNEDY Reg. No. 224
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 6, 1915; Invalided to England, Nov. 22, 1915; Attached to 2nd Battalion, Ayr, Jan. 8, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Aug. 24, 1916; Wounded, Ypres, Sept. 8, 1916; Evacuated to England, Sept. 13, 1916; Attached to 2nd Battalion, Oct. 23, 1916; Returned to B. E. F., March 25. 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Dec. 4, 1917; Invalided to England, Dec. 8, 1917; Attached to Depot, 2nd Battalion, Jan. 6, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, Dec. 12, 19IS; Demobilized, St. John's, Jan. 31, 1919.

MICHAEL FRANCIS KENNEDY Reg. No. 255
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915: Evacuated Suvla, sick, Dec. 21, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 31, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 19l6.

WILLIAM P. KENNETH Reg. No. 127 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton on Ayr, time expired, Oct. 22, 1915.

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ROBERT KERSHAW Reg. No. 406
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Sergeant, Sept. 21, 1914; Company Quartermaster Sergeant, July 31, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 21, 1915; Admitted to Hospital, Alexandria, Oct. 26, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 3, 1916; Company Sergeant Major, April 5, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, May 29, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Dec. 18, 1917; Wounded, Belgium, March 9, 1918; Died of wounds, March 9, 1918.

STANLEY S. KIRBY Reg. No. 242
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 31, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 6, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 9, 1916; British, Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 3, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 1, 1917; Returned to B. E. F., Aug. 5, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Dec. 1, 1917; Invalided to England, Dec. 11, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, June 21, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Nov. 25, 1918.

GEORGE SAMUEL KNIGHT Reg. No. 309
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914: British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Killed in action, Suvla Bay, Dec. 2, 1915. [See more]

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FRANCIS HERBERT KNIGHT Reg. No. 287
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Lance Corporal, April 15, 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, April 22, 1915; British Mediterranean Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lieutenant, Jan. 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, march 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 11, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, July 20, 1916; Retired, Dec. 22, 1916.

WILLIAM KNIGHT Reg. No. 373 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Admitted to Hospital, Cairo, Jan. 20, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, May 8, 1916; Joined Battalion, June 9, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

WILLIAM BLACKLER KNIGHT Reg. No. 290
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept, 21, 1914; Corporal, July 2, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Sergeant, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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ROLAND STEPHEN LACEY Reg. No. 77
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, February 3, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 23, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, June 6, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, July 11, 1917. [See more]

EDWARD LAHEY Reg. No. 259
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Lance Corporal, Aug. 11, 1916; Corporal, Sept. 28, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, Nov. 14, 1916; Evacuated to England, Nov. 15, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 24, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, March 23, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, May 9, 1917.

ROBERT JOSEPH LAHEY Reg. No. 254
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Nov. 28, 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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JAMES LAMBERT Reg. No. 387 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 3, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 11, 1916; Attached to Pay and Record Office, London, Aug. 17, 1916; Acting Corporal, Dec. 23, 1919; Acting Staff Sergeant, Nov. 24, 1917; Acting Quartermaster Sergeant, Nov. 23, 1918; Appointed Superintending Clerk, April 12, 1919; Acting Staff Sergeant Major, June 25, 1919; Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, June 3, 1919; Still on Strength.

GEORGE LANGMEAD, Jr. Reg. No. 14
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Sergeant, Sept. 21, 1914; Company Quartermaster Sergeant, July 31, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Commission, 2nd Lieutenant, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 12, 1917; Lieutenant, Nov. 1, 1917; Wounded, Mesnieres, Dec. 2, 1917; Died of wounds, Dec. 8, 1917;

CYRIL LARNER Reg. No. 426 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Admitted to Hospital, Edinburg, May 18, 1915; Discharged to duty, Sept. 18, 1915; Recommended for discharge, medically unfit, Oct. 7, 1915; Embarked for Newfoundland, Oct. 15, 1915; Discharged, St. Johnís, medically unfit, with effect, Oct. 15, 1915.

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EDWARD JOSEPH LAWLOR Reg. No. 477 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 9, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton-on-Ayr, Nov. 26, 1916.
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THOMAS JOSEPH LAWLOR Reg. No. 535
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; Lance Corporal, Nov. 12, 19156; Acting Corporal, Dec. 5, 1915; Acting Sergeant, Armourer 2nd Battalion, Feb. 3, 1916; Confirmed to rank, April 27, 1918; Awarded Meritorious Service Medal, June 3, 1919; Demobilized in England, June 9, 1919.

FREDERICK LeGROW Reg. No. 9
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, Sept. 7, 1917; Wounded Broembeek, Oct. 9, 1917; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, April 4, 1918; Demobilized, St. Johnís, Feb. 15, 1919.

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FREDERICK PRATT LeGROW Reg. No. 404
Enlisted, Sept. 14, 1914; Lance Corporal, July 20, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 3, 1916; Sergeant, April 20, 1916; Acting Company Sergeant Major, Aug. 21, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Oct. 3, 1916; Confirmed to rank, Nov. 20, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Invalided to England, Nov. 28, 1917; Discharged from Hospital, July 25, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, July 27, 1918; Discharged, St. Johnís, medically unfit, Sept. 28, 1918; Reattached for special duty at Department of Militia, Feb. 1, 1919; Staff Sergeant Major, Feb. 1, 1919; Discharged, St. Johnís, July 2, 1919.

ROY BENNETT LESEMAN Reg. No. 220 [See More]
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 12, 1915; Invalided to England, Oct. 27, 1916; Attached to Second Battalion, Jan. 3, 1916; Lance Corporal, Oct. 27, 1916; Acting Corporal, Nov. 16, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, Jan. 27, 1918; Confirmed to rank, April 27, 1918; Embarked for United Kingdom, Oct. 9, 1918; Demobilized, United Kingdom, March 7, 1919.

PHILIP S. LeMESSURIER Reg. No. 62
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Nov. 23, 1915; Evacuated to England, Nov. 24, 1915; Lance Corporal, Feb. 3, 1916; Corporal, Aug. 11, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Nov. 16, 1916; Second Lieutenant, May 18, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, July 21, 1918; Lieutenant, Nov. 18, 1918; Retired and placed on reserve of officers, June 17, 1919.

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DAVID LEWIS Reg. No. 96
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 25, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, Aug. 18, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

JOHN LEWIS Reg. No. 189
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July i, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Discharged, United Kingdom, medically unfit, Feb. 23, 1918.

HAROLD LIDSTONE Reg. No. 163
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to England, sick, Aug. 12, 1916; Lance Corporal, Jan. 17, 1917; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, April 25, 1917: Joined Battalion in Field, June 7, 1917; Corporal, Sept. 17, 1917; Awarded Military Medal, Sept. 17, 1917; Killed in action, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917.

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AUGUSTUS LILLY Reg. No. 194 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

 FRANK THOMAS LIND Reg. No. 541
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 8, 1915; Admitted to Hospital, Malta, Jan. 18, 1916; Discharged to duty, March 4, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 4, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, April 15, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

SAMUEL THOMAS LODGE Reg. No. 165
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Killed in action, Suvla Bay, Oct. 1, 1915.

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WILLIAM JOHN LONG Reg. No. 48
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, Jan. 13, 1916; Acting Sergeant, May 9, 1916; Acting Company Sergeant Major, June 9, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, Nov. 1, 1916; Returned to England and attached to Depot, Ayr, July 27, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, May 12, 1917; Wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Lieutenant, May 1, 1918; Retired and placed on reserve of officers, July 29, 1919.

JAMES NEWTON LOVEYS Reg. No. 359
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 29, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 5, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 5, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Jan. 31, 1917; Wounded, LesFosses Farm, April 23, 1917; Invalided to England, May 1, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, July 7, 1917; Appointed Masseur, July 7, 1917; Lance Corporal July 24, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 21, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Dec. 19, 1918.

GEORGE LUKINS Reg. No. 544
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.
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JOHN LUKINS Reg. No. 547
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Somme Raid, June 28, 1916.
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JOHN LUFF Reg. No. 350 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 17, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Lance Corporal, Oct. 6, 1915; Corporal, Dec. 10, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla and admitted to Hospital, Malta, Jan. 8, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, April 8, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 3, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov. 22, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, June 22, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, July 23, 19 18.

ISAIAH McCONNELL Reg. No. 396
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec 3, 1915; Admitted to Hospital, Mudros, Dec. 4, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 16, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, March 30, 1916; Invalided to England, April 8, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, June 17, 1916; Lance Corporal, Jan. 26, 1918; Acting Corporal, April 27, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland on furlough, July 21, 1918; Discharged, St. Johnís, medically unfit, Dec. 20, 1918.

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PATRICK McDONALD Reg. No. 230
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Expeditionary Force, Dec. 12, 1916; Wounded, Broembeek, Oct. 9, 1917; Invalided to England, Oct. 19, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov. 28, 1917; Lance-Corporal, Jan. 11, 1918; Awarded Military Medal, Jan. 14, 1918; Acting Corporal, March 19, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland. Furlough, July 21, 1918; Embarked for United Kingdom, Oct. 19, 1918; Demobilized, United Kingdom, March 6, 1919.

JOHN PATRICK MacDONNELL Reg. No. 582 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 22, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct 20, 1915; Admitted 17th General Hospital, Alexandria, Oct. 25, 1915; Died of Dysentery, Oct. 29, 1915.

JAMES McGRATH Reg. No. 104
Enlisted, Sept. 6, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, July 10, 1917; Attached to Department of Militia, Nov. 1, 1917; Still on Strength.

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THOMAS BERNARD McGRATH Reg. No. 128 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 6, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England, July 4, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, Oct. 10, 1916; Lance Corporal, April 24, 1917; Acting Corporal, June 14, 1917; Embarked for United Kingdom, Aug. 4, 1917; acting Sergeant, Sept. 9, 1917; Transferred to Forestry Company Sept. 20, 1917; Second Lieutenant in Forestry Company, Feb. 11 1918; Retired, Feb. 25, 1919.

ANDREW JOSEPH MacKAY Reg. No. 572(No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 17, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Admitted 8th Stationary Hospital, Wimereux, July 3, 1916; Died of wounds, July 12, 1916.

JOHN J. MacKAY Reg. No. 278
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Sept. 20, 1915; Admitted Hospital, Mudros, Dec. 20, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, March 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, March 25, 1917; Admitted to Hospital, Rouen, April 16, 1917; Rejoined Battalion, June 11, 1917; Wounded, Steenbeke, Aug. 16, 1917; Invalided to England, Aug. 21, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov. 27, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Jan. 30, 1919; Demobilized, St. Johnís, March 14, 1919.

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NEIL McLELLAN Reg. No. 50
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Attached to Pay and Record Office, London, Feb. 5, 1915; Corporal, Sept. 4, 1915: Acting Staff Sergeant, June 10, 1916; Reverts to ranks at own request to proceed on Active Service, August 12, 1916: Lance-Corporal, Sept. 9, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Oct. 3, 1916; Corporal, Nov. 1, 1917; Prisoner of War Wounded, Captured it Mesnieres, Dec. 3, 1917; Repatriated to England via Copenhagen, Dec. 16, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Aug. 11, 1919.

ERNEST FREDERICK McLEOD Reg. No. 24
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 8, 1917; Demobilized, March 13, 1919.

NORMAN A. McLEOD Reg. No. 158
Enlisted Sept. 5, 1914; Sergeant, Sept. 21, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Company Quartermaster Nov. 14, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Dec. 1, 191,5; Evacuated to England, April 7, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, June 29, 1916; Returned to England, Sept. 30, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, April 23, 1917; wounded, Marcoing, Nov. 20, 1917; Evacuated to England, Dec. 8, 1917; 2nd Lieutenant, May 1, 1918; Lieutenant, May 1, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Retired and placed on Reserve of Officers, July 5, 1919.

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HECTOR McNEIL Reg. No. 31
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant, Sept. 2 1, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915: British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Acting Quartermaster, July 12, 1916; Hon. Lieutenant Quartermaster, Nov. 26, 1916; Captain Quartermaster, July 23, 1918: Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 24, 1918; Returned to United Kingdom, Nov. 27, 1918; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, Dec. 8, 1918; Mentioned in Despatches, March 16, 1919; Awarded 0. B. E., June 3, 1919; Still on Strength.

DONALD FRASER McNEIL Reg. No. 411
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Nov. 26, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 3, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 3, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Admitted 19th Casualty Clearing Station, July 2, 1916; Died of Wounds, July 6, 1916.

WILLIAM ROBERT McNIVEN Reg. No. 279
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914: British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915: Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 2, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Jan. 26, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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SYLVESTER MADDEN Reg. No. 149 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20. 1915; Evacuated to England, Jan. 24, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, Sept. 8, 1916; Attached to Depot for duty, Jan. 5, 1917; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 25, 1919.

HENRY MORTON MADDICK Reg. No. 140
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; Lance Corporal, June 19, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Corporal, Nov. 15, 1915; Sergeant, Feb. 27, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, June 11, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1 1916; Evacuated to England, July 10, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Dec. 15, 1916; Retired, May 23, 1917; Placed on active list for duty at Department of Militia, Dec. 11, 1917; Lieutenant, Jan. 1, 1918; Captain, June 1, 1919.

MICHAEL MADDIGAN Reg. No. 47 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Invalided to England; Returned to B. E. F., Feb. 18, 1918; Transferred to England, "Permanent Base", March 8, 1918; Discharged, medically unfit, Sept. 28, 1918.

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MICHAEI, J. MADDIGAN Reg. No. 183 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 9, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Nov. 2, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, March 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Lance Corporal, July 12, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, July 20, 1916; Invalided to England, Aug. 10, 1916; Acting Corporal, Jan. 17, 1917; Confirmed to rank, May 31, 1917; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, June 3, 1917; Wounded, Broembeek, Oct. 9, 1917; Invalided to England, Oct. 14, 1917; Acting Sergeant, Nov. 27, 1917; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 25, 1919.

PIERCE MAHER Reg. No. 591 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 17, 1914; British Expeditionary Force, March 13, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, May 26, 1916; invalided to England, June 4 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, July 3, 1916; Struck off Strength, Newton-on-Ayr, Sept. 14, 1916.

JAMES THOMAS MAHON Reg. No. 114 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 10, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England I July 8, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Sept. 27, 1916; Discharged, St. John's,
medically unfit, Aug. 7, 1917.

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ALLAN W. MALLAM Reg. No. 413
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; Struck off Strength, NewtonĖon-Ayr, Oct. 15, 191,5.

JOSEPH FRANCIS MALONEY Reg. No. 385 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; Lance Corporal, Nov. 4, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Jan. 4, 1916; Invalided to England, Jan. 24, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 4, 19I6; Repatriated to Newfoundland, May 18, 1917: Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, June 20, 1917.

AUGUSTUS JOSEPH MANNING Reg. No. 177
Sept. 3, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Corporal, April 23, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Sergeant, Sept. 26, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Nov. 1, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 26, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Somme, June 1, 1916.

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PETER MANSFIELD Reg. No. 85
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; Embarked for United Kingdom, Oct. 24, 1914; Lance Corporal, Dec. 5, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 12, 1916; Acting Corporal, Jan. 17, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, June 6, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, March 26, 1918.

WILLIAM MANSTON Reg. No. 327 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. S, 1914; Lance Corporal, Sept. 26, 1914; Corporal, April 23, 1915; Sergeant, July 10, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 6, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Repatriated to Newfoundland, March 23, 1916; Attached to Depot, April 10, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Sept. 12, 1916.

WILLIS MANUEL Reg. No. 272
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Lance Corporal, Nov. 4, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; Admitted Hospital, Suez, Feb. 26, 1916: Discharged to Base Depot, Alexandria, March 31, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, France, May 9, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Sept. 13, 1917; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Feb. 16, 1918.

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CHARLES LLEWELLYN MARCH Reg. No. 86
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Lance Corporal, July 12, 1916; Corporal, Sept, 14, 1916; Prisoner of War, captured at Monchy, April 14, 1917; Repatriated to England, Dec. 26, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, April 8, 1919.

ALFRED MARRS Reg. No. 105 (See Group Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Lance Corporal, Nov. 13, 1914; Corporal, June 14, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Oct. 8, 1915; Evacuated to England, Nov. 5, 1915; Repatriated to Newfoundland, July 20, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Sept. 12, 1916.



FREDERICK WALTER MARSHALL Reg. No. 608
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Sergeant, Oct. 2, 1914; Embarked for United Kingdom, Nov. 2, 1914; Attached for duty to Pay and Record Office, London, Nov. 2, 1914; Staff Sergeant-Major, Sept. 11, 1915; Hon. 2nd Lieutenant, April 18, 1916; Lieutenant, Jan. 2, 1917; Temporary Captain, Oct. 23, 1917; Appointed Assistant Chief Paymaster, London, March 26, 1919; Awarded M.B.E., June 3, 1919.

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CHARLES P. MARTIN Reg. No. 192
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Nov. 1, 1915; Discharged to duty, Dec. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 18, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, April 15, 1916; Lance Corporal, Aug. 8, 1916; Corporal, Nov. 23, 1916; Prisoner of War, captured at Monchy, April 14, 1917; Repatriated to England, Dec. 31, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, March 12, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, April 21, 1919; Reattested for duty, Depot, May 27, 1919; Demobilized Aug. 30, 1919.

ERIC S. MARTIN Reg. No. 616
Enlisted, Oct. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Oct. 17, 1915; Admitted Hospital, Cairo, Oct. 24, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, March 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

ROBERT BERKLEY MARTIN Reg. No. 499 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 19, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated Suvla, sick, Oct. 5, 1915; Admitted Hospital, Alexandria, Oct. 10, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 6, 1915; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Feb. 2, 1916; Lance Corporal, March 30, 1916; Acting Corporal, Jan. 17, 1917; British Expeditionary Force, Feb. 8, 1918; Rejoined Battalion, Feb. 20, 1918; Evacuated to Hospital, Feb. 26, 1918; Rejoined Battalion, May 4, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, Feb. 15, 1919.

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RONALD MARTIN Reg. No. 75
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force; Aug. 20, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 2, 1916; Attached for duty to Pay and Record Office, London, June 16, 1916; Acting Corporal, Dec. 23, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Nov. 24, 1917; Acting Staff Sergeant, Dec. 21, 1918.

HAROLD WALTER MATTHEWS Reg. No. 358
Enlisted, Sept. 5, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 1, 1915; Invalided to England, Dec. 26, 1915; Embarked for Newfoundland, Sept, 5, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Feb. 3, 1917.

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WILLIAM MAY Reg. No. 351 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Nov. 11, 1915; Discharged from duty, Feb.11, 1916; Readmitted to Hospital, Feb. 17, 1916; Invalided to England, April 23, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 3, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Aug. 5, 1917; Admitted Hospital; Rejoined Battalion, April 2, 1918; Admitted Hospital, May 2, 1918; lnvalided to England, May 15, 1918; Discharged for duty, July 11, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 21, 1918; immobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

CONSTANTINE MAYER Reg. No. 175
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton-on-Ayr, Oct. l5 1915, time expired.

ALLAN MOYES Reg. No. 546 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Admitted Hospital, Alexandria, Oct. 27, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 31, 1916; Admitted Hospital, Suez, Feb. 27, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, March 4, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

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FREDERICK COURTNEY MELLOR Reg. No. 91
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; 2nd Lieutenant, April 22, 1915; Lieutenant, Oct. 16, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 23, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

ALBERT MERCER Reg. No. 264 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 11, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 31, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 4, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 11, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, Feb. 10, 1917; Rejoined Battalion in field, Tune 19, 1917; Wounded, Steenbeke, Aug. 16, 1917; Invalided to England, Aug. 25, 1917; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Feb. 23, 1918; Discharged, St John's, medically unfit, April 10, 1918.

FREDERICK MERCER Reg. No. 159 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Sergeant, Aug. 14, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Evacuated to England, July 5, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, Oct. 28, 1916; Returned to England, Jan. 21, 1917; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, July 25, 1918; Wounded, Ledgeham, Oct. 14, 1918; Company Sergeant Major, Dec. 4, 1918; Mentioned in Despatches of Sir Douglas Haig, March 16, 1919; Transferred to England, April 23, 1919; Returned to Newfoundland, May 22, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, June 19, 1919.

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ALBERT EDWARD METCALFE Reg. No. 256
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 21, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, March 7, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916; Invalided to England, July 3, 1916: Repatriated to Newfoundland, Oct. 28, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, April 4, 1917.

JAMES MIFFLIN Reg. No. 419
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; Lance Corporal, jun2 14, 1915; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 17, 1915; Invalided to England, Nov. 1, 1915; Corporal, April 20, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, April 28, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Aug. 11, 1916; 2nd Lieutenant, Nov. 1, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, April 23, 1917; Lieutenant, March 18, 1918; Wounded, Haslar Camp, Belgium March 27, 1918; Awarded Military Cross, March 29, 1918; Invalided to England, April 3, 1918; Discharged from Hospital, June 22, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 21, 1918; Returned to United Kingdom, Oct. 19, 1918; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, Nov. 19, 1918; Rejoined Battalion, Nov. 26, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, May 22, 1919: Retired and placed on Reserve of Officers, June 20, 1919.

VICTOR WILLIAM MILES Reg. No. 214
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Sergeant, Sept. 21, 1914; Company Quartermaster Sergeant, May 6, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Oct. 11, 1915; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 26 1916; Acting Company Sergeant Major, May 29, 1916; Confirmed to rank, June 11, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.
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BENJAMIN MILLER Reg. No. 300
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20. 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 2, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 12, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 13, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, April 15, 1916; Lance Corporal, Aug. 11, 1916; Wounded, Gueudecourt, Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 22, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr; Jan. 19, 1917; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, April 25, 1917; Rejoined Battalion, June 7, 1917; Corporal, June 14, 1917; Killed in action, Broembeek, Oct. 9, 1917.

GEORGE MILLER Reg. No. 587 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 24, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

WILLIAM MILLER Reg. No. 107
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Oct. 17, 1915; Died of Wounds and buried at sea, Hospital Ship " Galeka, " Oct. 18, 1915.

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JOSEPH MILLEY Reg. No. 84
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated to England, Jan. 3, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, Jan. 26, 1917; Demobilized, St. John's, April 5, 1919.

JAMES WILLIAM MOORE Reg. No. 529
Enlisted, Sept. 15, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Suvla, Nov. 29, l9i3; Admitted Hospital, Malta, Dec. 7, 1915; Joined Base Depot, Alexandria, March 9, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 18, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, April 15, 19l6: Wounded, Gueudecourt Oct. 12, 1916; Invalided to England, Oct. 20, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, May 30, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, July 9, 1918.

HARRISON MOORES Reg. No. 218 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 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; Attached Depot, Second Battalion, Aug. 25, 1916; Returned to Newfoundland, furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, March 19, 1919.

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JOHN EDGAR MORRIS Reg. No. 120 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton-on-Ayr, Oct. I S, 1915, time expired.

KENNETH MORRIS Reg. No. 412
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Nov. 26, 1915; Invalided to England, Jan. 3, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, March 7, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, April 15, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

MICHAEL WILLIAM MORRISSEY Reg. No. 427
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Nov. 14, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, April 5, 1916; Invalided to England, April 8, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, May 19, 1916; Repatriated to Newfoundland, Sept. 8, 1916; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Feb. 1, 1918. [See More]

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THOMAS PATRICK MORRISSEY Reg. No. 211
Enlisted, Sept. 3, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Corporal, Feb. 27, 1916; Accidentally wounded, March 15, 1916; Invalided to England, April 24, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, July 20, 1916; Acting Sergeant, Sept. 12, 1916; Confirmed to rank, April 27, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland for duty, May 13, 1918; Embarked for United Kingdom, Aug. 8, 1918; Returned to Newfoundland, Jan. 30, 1919; Demobilized, St. John's, April 28, 1919.

EDGAR PAGE M0TTY Reg. No. 446
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 7, 19 1 5; Rejoined Battalion, Suez, Jan. 16, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Monchy, April 14, 1917; Invalided to England, April 19, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Aug. 17, 1917; Returned to British Expeditionary Force, Feb. 18, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 27, 1918; Discharged, St. John's, medically unfit, Dec. 7, 1918.

THOMAS MOULAND Reg. No. 488
Enlisted, Sept. 11, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Wounded, Cape Helles, Jan. 7, 1916; Admitted Hospital, Malta, Jan. 13, 1916; Invalided to England, May 12, 1916; Admitted St. Dunstan's Hospital for the Blind, Aug. 19, 1916; Discharged, United Kingdom, medically unfit, June 15, 1917.

ABRAHAM THOMAS MULLETT Reg. No. 437 [See more]
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Evacuated to Hospital, Feb. 7, 1917; Rejoined Battalion, May 7, 1917; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 27, 1918; Discharged, St. Johnís, medically unfit, Feb. 15, 1919.

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FRANK MULLINS Reg. No. 525
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton-on-Ayr, Oct. 15 1915, time expired.

BERNARD MURPHY Reg. No. 530 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Nov. 4,1915; Admitted Hospital, Malta, Nov. 10, 1915; Invalided to England, Feb. 12, 1916; Admitted 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth, Feb. 25, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, June 3, 1917; Attached to Depot, Ayr, Nov. 23, 1916; Rejoined Battalion, May 19, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 27, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, April 1, 1919.

EDWARD JOSEPH MURPHY Reg. No. 112
Enlisted, Sept. 4, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated to England, Nov. 16, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 28, 1916; Killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1 1916.

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JAMES EDWARD MURPHY Reg. No. 401 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; Wounded, Somme, June 28, 1916; Invalided to England, July 2, 1916; Reported at Depot, Jan. 11, 1918; Admitted 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth, Jan. 26, 1918; Discharged from Hospital, May 17, 1918; Repatriated to Newfoundland, May 30, 1918: Discharged, St. john's, medically unfit, Aug. 27, 1918.

LAWRENCE MURPHY Reg. No. 196 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 7, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915: British Expeditionary Force, March 14, 1916; killed in action, Beaumont Hamel, July 1, 1916.

MICHAEL JAMES MURPHY Reg. No. 70
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; Corporal, Sept. 21, 1914; Sergeant, April 23, 1915; Transferred to Royal Army Medical Corps for duty with Gas Services of the Royal Army Clothing Department, May, 1915; British Expeditionary Force as technical Superintendant of Gas Helmet Factories, June 15, 1915; Seconded to Gas Service of Royal Engineers, Sept. 1915; 2nd Lieutenant, April is 1916; To Calais to Inspect and Report on used Gas Respirators, Dec. 1916; Officer in charge of Anti-gas school, Abbeville, and Assistant to Chemical Advisor, Jan. 1917; Anti-gas Research Department, Ministry of Munitions, London, March 1918; Demobilized, United Kingdom, Jan. 17, 1919; Returned to Newfoundland, Feb. 1919.

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WALTER L. MURPHY Reg. No. 407
Enlisted, Sept. 8, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Admitted, 1st Stationary Hospital, Mudros, Sept. 27, 1915; Died of dysentery, Sept. 29, 1915.

ALFRED SEYMOUR MURRAY Reg. No. 39 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 2, 1914; British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, Aug. 20, 1915; Evacuated from Suvla, Dec. 1, 1915; Discharged to Base Depot, Alexandria, March 3, 1916; British Expeditionary Force, March 18, 1916; Admitted to Hospital, Rouen, April 4, 1916; Transferred to England, April 11, 1916; Attached to Depot, Ayr, May 2, 1916; Lance Corporal, Jan. 29, 1917; Corporal, April 27, 1918; Embarked for Newfoundland, furlough, July 21, 1918; Demobilized, St. John's, Feb. 15, 1919.

MATTHEW JOSEPH MYLER Reg. No. 548 (No Photo)
Enlisted, Sept. 16, 1914; Struck off Strength, Newton-on-Ayr, Oct. 15, 1915, time expired.

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