Source: “Duty Nobly Done” page 265.
LIEUT. EDWARD L. ADDY.
Lieut. Edward Launder Addy, 128 Victor avenue, has been seriously wounded in the left arm and is at the Red Cross Military Hospital, Rouen, France. He enlisted as a sergeant, went to England as a corporal, and later won his commission. In 1916, on October 4, was wounded but returned to duty a day or two after. Lieut. Addy was born in Toronto, is twenty-three years of age and was an electrician before donning the khaki. His mother resides at 128 Victor avenue, Riverdale. A cousin, Sergt. W.J. Addy, of the 3rd Batt., 1st Division, was invalided home last fall.
Source: Toronto Evening Telegram. April 20, 1918.