Wigle, Douglas St. John: Lieutenant

Digitized Service Record

Source: Duty Nobly Done, page 257.

Son to Lt.-Col. E.S. Wigle.


Source: Windsor, Ontario. November 27, 1914. Via post at 18th Battalion Facebook Group.
Source: Operation Picture Me via The 18th Battalion Facebook Group. Windsor Evening Record. August 16, 1918.
Source: History of the Wigle Family and Their Descendants via Southwestern Digital Archive accessed via https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/80560365.pdf

DR. DOUGLAS ST. JOHN WIGLE, enlisted in 1914 in the 18th Battalion, Infantry. He was wounded in the Battle of Amiens on August 8, 1918, and later promoted to rank of captain. In 1919 he returned to Canada. From 1923-1924 Dr. Wigle was resident physician and surgeon in West London Hospital, England. He attended the Royal Infirmary wasn was elected a Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

Wigle, Douglas St. John, Windsor, Ont.: University of Toronto, 1922; general surgery; FRCS[Ed]; retired; life member, Canadian Medical Association. Died July 13, aged 84, survived by wife Marjorie, daughter Sally, sons Seymour, Dr. E. Douglas, 11 grandchildren.

Source: CMA Journal. September 23, 1978. Vol. 119. Page 657.

Source: From Camp to Hammock With the Canadian Scottish Borders.

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