Barratt: George Albert: Service no. 405001


Digitized Service Record

Source: August 1918 casualty.


Source: CVWM
Source: CVWM. Toronto Star August 23, 1918.

Pte. G.A. Barratt Dead

Pte. George Albert Barratt was admitted to No. 1 Field Ambulance Hospital, France on August 8, where he died from gunshot wound in the back. He went overseas with the 35 Battalion, and has been in France for over [a year]. He [boarded at the home of] Mrs. E. Whitley, 16 Mechanics avenue. A sister lives in the Channel Islands.

Barratt: George Albert: Service no. 405001.
“Died of Wounds” st No. 1 Canadian Field Ambulance.

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  1. I found a cast iron ashtray bearing the badge of this unit today. I had to get it!

    I am glad that this discovery made me aware of their history and sacrifice.

    Capt (ret) Guy Larocque, MStJ, CD

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