Kiddle, Henry: Service no. 745109


Digitized Service Record

Source: Saskatchewan Virtual War Memorial

His brother, Private Charles Kiddle, reg. no. 745108, joined the 116th Battalion. Both brothers originated in the 116th.

Per a blog comment by Paul Kiddle, Great-Nephew to Henry, this soldier and his brother were both Barnardo Boys.

“I have an addition to this list; my Great Uncle: 745109 Pte Henry Kiddle. He died on the 2nd April 1917 at 30 Casualty Clearing Station, cause of death Pneumonia.

He was sent out to Canada in 1906 with his younger brother Charles, they joined up together and had consecutive numbers. They left behind in England their two older brothers, William and my Grandfather George: William also died in the war.

Paul Kiddle”

"Died." (Pneumonia.) At No. 30 Casualty Clearing Station.
“Died.” (Pneumonia.) At No. 30 Casualty Clearing Station.

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