Source: Per news clipping post by David Archer at 18th Battalion Facebook Page (not group).
Private William Henry Price enlisted with the 124th Battalion at Toronto, Ontario on 10 December 1915.
Arriving in England aboard the SS Cameronia on 18 August 1916 he was TOS with the 18th Battalion on 10 June 1917 and after a stint with the 2nd Canadian Entrenching Battalion and No. 4 Field Company Canadian Engineer (5 November 1916 to 21 February 1917), he arrived in the field with the 18th.
3-months later he was wounded (28 May 1917) with a GSW to both thighs and was evacuated to England to Bramshott being discharged from hospital on 18 December 1917.
He returned to the 18th Battalion on 17 October 1918 and served with the Battalion until he was returned to Montreal via the SS Satonia on 4 August 1919. He was discharged from service at Toronto on 7 August 1919.
He died at Trenton Memorial Hospital, Trenton, Ontario on 9 January 1967 and is buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, Brighton, Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada.