Phillips, Allan: Service no. 823825


Digitized Service Record


Son of Charles J. and Mary Elizabeth Phillips, of 169, High St., London, Ontario.

See this LINK for a detailed biography of this soldier.

“Killed by enemy shell bursting on road.” August 21, 1917.

Source: CVWM. “Photo of Allan Phillips – Pte Allan Phillips as depicted in the December 1918 edtion of The Christmas Echo published in London Ontario. And in the Morning”
Source: Operation Picture Me via The 18th Battalion Facebook Group. London Free Press. September 7,1917.
“Killed in Action.” He was killed by an enemy shell which exploded close to him on the road near Aix-Noulette.

Royal Bank of Canada Honour Roll:  World War 1

Allan Phillips

PRIVATE PHILLIPS, born at London, England, April 21, 1897. Home in London, Ontario. Joined London, Ontario branch, October 13, 1915. Enlisted from London branch, May 13, 1916, in the 142nd Battalion. Also served in the 18th Battalion. Present at Lens and Hill 70. Killed in action on a road near Aix Moulette, August 21, 1917.

Phillips, Allan 823825 Attestation Paper 1 Phillips, Allan 823825 Attestation Paper 2doc1964689 doc2066365 doc2066408 doc5698852

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