Adams, John Lloyd (John L.)

Rank Private
Service # 3130904
Unit # 1th Depot Battalion, W.O.R, 47th
Resident Chatham
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Private John Lloyd Adams left for overseas with a draft from the 1st. Depot Battalion February 28th, 1918 on the Grampian, and after a short training with the 4th. Reserve Battalion, crossed to France May 1st, to the 47th. Canadian Battalion, September 27th, 1918, he received a gunshot wound in the right thigh, and, after hospital treatment in England, left for Canada January 18th, 1919.

Private John Lloyd Adams received his discharge February 14th, 1919, due to demobilization.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Sources IODE, Blenheim Freedom Library
Height 5' 5"
Eye Colour Blue
Age 23
Complexion Fair
Hair Dark Brown
Race White
Birthplace Harwich Township
Religion Methodist
Last Place of Employment Chatham, Ontario
When Enlisted January 3rd, 1918
Where Enlisted London, Ontario
Next of Kin Mother- Mrs. Annie Adams, Ridgetown

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