Mazurik, Andrey: Service no. 823862


Digitized Service Record

Source: May 1917 casualty.


Some confusion as the spelling of the name of this solder.

This man traveled to Canada from Akron, Ohio to enlist. He did so on May 27, 1916, at Amherstburg, Ontario with the 142nd Overseas Battalion. His regimental no. was 823862.

He embarked for England on November 1, 1916, and arrived England on November 11, 1916. He was stationed at Dibgate with the 23rd Battalion and then transferred to the 4th Reserve Battalion at West Sandling where he trained until his transfer to the 18th Battalion on April 13, 1917.

He moved to the Canadian Infantry Base Deport at Harve, France the next day and proceeded to join the 18th Battalion in May 2, 1917. during the Vimy operations. He appears to be wounded on May 14, 1917, just 12-days after his arrival at the front. The circumstances of his wounding are unknown.

He died of his wounds on may 14, 1917 at No. 6 Casualty Clearing Station.

His mother was Mortrena Mazurik. His father was Gavriuel Mazurisk.
Village of Krasnowtavka
District of Umank, Region of Mankov
Government of Kiev, Russia

"Died of Wounds" at No. 6 Casualty Clearing Station.
“Died of Wounds” at No. 6 Casualty Clearing Station.

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