40 Tag Results for Nova Scotia

Sydney Earle Smith

A native of Port Hood Island Nova Scotia, Smith served in the No. 9 Siege Battery, fighting at Vimy Ridge, Passchendaele.

Charles Hilton Boyce

He was guiding three mules hauling artillery when a shell exploded nearby and the shrapnel took the whole stomach out of one of the mules.

Curtis Frederick Robarts

The first thing that struck me about him was his height - or the lack of it.

Daniel Edmond Booth

Booth survived the war, but unfortunately was killed in an industrial accident in New York City on April 29, 1949.

Joe Tillman

“The 2nd U.S. Engineers left on September 10th, 1917, sailing on board the R.M.S. Carpathia from New York and arrived in Halifax on September 12th."

James R. Watling

James Watling was one of five siblings who all served in the war.

Benjamin Chalmers Salter

Benjamin Chalmers Salter was a minister in the Maritimes before enlisting in 1914 from Nova Scotia.

Dennis Joseph Sampson

The sound of machine guns reminded him of “the rattle of mama's sewing machine.”

Perley Watts Smith

He enlisted September 19th, 1914.

Alexander Smith

Alexander Smith, also know as 'Sandy,' was killed in action in France September 2nd, 1918.

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