Berry, A. E. (Albert E.)

Rank Private
Service # 880470
Unit # 186th, 18th
Resident Wallaceburg
Books Of Rememberance Page Available

Pte. Berry went overseas with the 106th battalion Mar. 26, 1917 and after training at Bramshott, proceeded to France Sept. 5 attached to the 18th battalion.

By bursting of a shell in the front line trenches Nov. 1917, he was killed in action.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Cenotaph Wallaceburg Cenotaph
Sources Chatham Daily Planet (27-09-1919), No Return Ticket - Wallaceburg War Casualties - Alan Mann 2002
Supplemental Information Wife: Mrs. Edna Berry, Campbelford Daughter: Edna Mae
Height 6'1"
Eye Colour blue
Age 33
Complexion fair
Hair dark brown
Race white
Birthplace Somerset, England
Religion Anglican
Last Place of Employment Dominion Glass Factory, Wallaceburg
Average Earnings 60/mth
Marital Status married
When Enlisted Mar. 11, 1916
Where Enlisted Wallaceburg, Ontario

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