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WW1 Trio to Burton, CASC with Photo in uniform, from Kingston

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WW1 Trio to Burton, CASC with Photo in uniform

Named to 37426 Pte. W.H Burton C.A.S.C.

William Burton was born 1st August, 1886 at Kingston, Ontario. Occupation was given as "Fireman" (usually railways at this time period), attested 25th Sept, 1914 at Valcartier. Wounded (buried in a dug-out) August 1916 causing him o-going knee problems for which he appears to of had subsequent hospitalizations. Trade grade as a "Wheeler". He spent 1 month in the 6th Field Battery, 12 months 1st Div. Ammunition Park, 11 months Mechanical Transport, 2 years and 4 months in C.O.C. Engineers, 3 months in 8th Reserve Bn. Engineers. Service file is digitized and on-line, can supply a e-copy also.

 

He died on 30th August 1964,

EF, court mounted for display. With portrait photo in uniform.