WW1 – St. Mary’s Bay Military History

130 SOLDIERS SERVED IN WW1 FROM ST. MARY’S BAY

27 BlOOD RELATIVES

27 UNKNOWN RELATIONS

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SS Florizel
S.S. FLORIZEL served in WW1 as a passenger ship https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS_Florizel

SALMONIER – 24 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

  1. David J. Power Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment
David Power
Name: David J. Power
(June 25, 1888 – Nov. 6, 1947}  Enlisted in the Great War and Serial # # 310. He survived being shot in left arm, chest and face. Mount Carmel, Salmonier, St. Mary’s Bay, Wife: predeceased by Ellen O’Reilly, husband of Lucy Collins
Father: Thomas Power (lost at sea 1892) and Step father John Tremblett
Mother: Mary Ann (Fowler) Power (blood relation) 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side.
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DAVID POWER
Ernest McLeod [standing]
and David J. Power #310
1914 1915 Star Medal
1914 – 1915 Star Medal received by David J Power
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Victory Medal received by David J. Power

2. James Frances Fowler #311 (Frank) Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

James Frances Fowler #311 (Frank)
James Francis (Frank) Fowler,  Blue Puttee # 311
{April 24, 1883 – August 18, 1929} Wife: Angela Lewis
Parents: James Fowler and Mary (Dohey) Fowler
Mt. Carmel, Salmonier, Newfoundland (no blood relation) sustained gas poisoning and shell shock
JAMES FRANCIS FOWLER HEADSTONE (died at Gloucester, Essex, MA, USA and buried at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cemetery)
1914 1915 Star Medal
1914 – 1915 Star Medal received by James Fowler
David Power [on left] , Patrick Joseph Ryan [Royal Naval Reserve], and James [Frank] Fowler [on right]

David Power [on left] , Patrick Joseph Ryan [Royal Naval Reserve] (unknown info), and James [Frank] Fowler [on right]

3.  Dominic Ryan 6216 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

Dominic Ryan 6216 Headstone
DOMINIC RYAN {Died: June 10, 1976  Aged: 82 years} Served in WW1 as a Private # 6212, signed up on Oct. 2, 1918.  Husband of Frances Tobin (unknown blood relation), son of John J. Ryan and Elizabeth Grace (no blood relation) born and raised in Salmonier, St. Mary’s Bay  

4.  John Thomas Power #3853 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JOHN THOMAS POWER {Nov. 30, 1892 – 1934} enlisted in Royal Newfoundland Regiment on June 12, 1917, service # 3853.  Husband of Mary Bennett, son of John Power and Anastasia Meaney (blood relation) 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side and is from Salmonier, St. Mary’s Bay
JOHN THOMAS POWER

5.  Benjamin Penney # 6173 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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BERNARD JOSEPH PENNEY {Jan. 19, 1897 – Aug. 4, 1963}  private in WW1 – Serial # 6173.  Husband of Julia Regan.  Son of Thomas Penney and Margaret English (no blood relation) buried in Richmond County, New York 

6.  Vincent Penney # 6175 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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VINCENT PENNEY {Aug. 1, 1895 – June 17, 1971} Enlist in the Great War as a private in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment and Serial # 6175.  Husband of Bride.  Son of Philip Penney and Catherine Hawco (no blood relation) 

7.  Clifford Nolan # 6174 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

CLIFFORD NOLAN {Nov. 17, 1898 – April 1967} Enlisted on Sep. 23, 1918 and discharged Sep. 30, 1918 – serial # 6174Husband of Catherine Parrott.  Son of Simon Nolan and Elizabeth Linehan (unknown blood relation on Linehan side) never served overseas…. buried in Stoughton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA

8.  John Curtis # 3426 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

JOHN CURTIS {May 25, 1898 – May 12 1973} Served as a Private in France during WW1 – serial # 3426.  Husband of Elizabeth McNeil.  Son of Patrick Curtis and Mary Marrie (no blood relation) died in Staten Island, New York

9.  Gerald Curtis # 5004 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

GERALD CURTIS {Born: 1900} Served as a Private in WW1 – Serial # 5004.  Son of Patrick Curtis and Mary Marrie (no blood relation) I believed moved to the states

10.  Patrick McDonald # 1490 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

PATRICK MCDONALD {Born: Feb. 18, 1875} Enlisted in Newfoundland Regiment on April 23, 1915 – Serial # 1490.  Husband of Sarah Quinn, Son of Thomas McDonald and Alice Dinn (unknown blood relation)

11.  William Bishop # 5900 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

WILLIAM BISHOP {Oct. 10, 1895 – 1923} Enlisted on Aug. 3, 1918 in WW1, serial # 5900Husband of Mary Ellen Moriarty.  Son of William Bishop and Margaret Griffiths, stepdad John Breen (no blood relation) died in New York, USA… Maybe lost at Sea

12.  Vincent Grant # 5204 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

VINCENT GRANT {Born: Dec. 13, 1899} Enlisted on May 20, 1918 in the Great War – serial # 5204.  Son on John Grant and Emily O’Keefe (no blood relation) born in Placentia

13.  Francis Lewis # 8267 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

FRANCIS LEWIS {March 22, 1893 – Oct. 1982} Enlisted on July 16, 1917 in the Great War, Serial # 8267.  Son of Simon Lewis and Winifred Dobbin (no blood relation) Francis was medically discharged from service on Sep. 22, 1917.. DIed in New Jersey, USA

14.  Denis King #6256 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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DENNIS KING {April 25, 1896 – March 20, 1980} Enlisted on Oct. 10, 1918 in the Great War, serial # 6256.  Husband of Annie Careen.  Son of James King and Johanna Hayes (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side

15.  Michael Marry # 3903 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

MICHAEL MARRIE {Born: Sep. 8, 1896} Enlisted on July 12, 1917 in the Great War, serial # 3903.  Son of Richard Marrie and Joanne Bennett (no blood relation) deployed in France, Belgium and Germany…. Died in USA

16.  Bernard Dobbin # 8244 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

BERNARD DOBBIN {born: Oct. 31, 1896} Enlisted on June 16, 1917 in the Great War, serial # 8244.  Son of Denis Dobbin and Mary (unknown blood relation)  worked as a lumberjack.  Born in USA, parents are from Newfoundland.

17.  John Wade # 6253 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JOHN WADE {Aug. 16, 1895 – 1972} Enlisted on Oct. 10, 1918 in the Great War and serial # 6253. Husband of Catherine J.  Son of John Wade and Catherine Pike (no blood relation) 

18.  Thomas Tremblett # 6159 Manifest (Served in both WW1 and WW2)

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THOMAS JOHN TREMBLETT {July 20, 1898 – Dec. 24, 1975} Enlisted on Sep. 13, 1918 in the Great War, Serial # 6159, also in the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 288 in WW2.  Husband of Mary.  Son of Thomas Tremblett and Margaret Mahoney (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side

19.  Thomas Joseph Marry (Marrie) Royal Newfoundland Navy (no Manifest)

THOMAS JOSEPH MARRY (MARRIE)  no military manifest {May 8, 1895 – Dec. 23, 1974}  enlisted in the Newfoundland Navy 1914 – 1918, service # 1420X.  Husband of Annie.  Son of Edward Marrie and Elizabeth Hurley (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side…  Died at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. War record located in UK.

20. Sergeant Bernard Hawco # 148760 Manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

BERNARD HAWCO  {Sept. 12, 1887 – Oct. 10, 1968} enlisted on April 4, 1916 in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 148760, received Medal of Honor for Bravery, GSW wound to arm and discharged on Dec. 18, 1916.  Husband of first wife Margaret Murray, second wife of Mary Elizabeth Myers,  Son of Michael Hawco and Alice Penney (no blood relation) died in Great Falls, Cascade, Montana, USA and buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery

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BERNARD HAWCO received Medal for Bravery on April 26, 1917

21.  James Joseph Ryan # 444905 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

JAMES JOSEPH RYAN  {Born: July 22, 1882} enlisted on June 5, 1915 in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, GSW to the left thigh and was discharged on September 17, 1918Husband of Mary Ann Roy, Son of John Ryan and Mary Norris (no blood relation)

22.  Richard Power # 4058026 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

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RICHARD POWER {Aug. 2, 1898 – Nov. 9, 1953} Enlisted on March 15, 1918 in the Great War, Serial # 4058026 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Husband of Elizabeth Marrie.  Son of John Power and Anastasia Meaney (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power Side

23.  James Joseph Hawco # 811440 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

JAMES JOSEPH HAWCO  {July 26, 1891 – June 25, 1961} Enlisted on Dec. 18, 1915 in the Great War, Serial # 811440 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Discharged on March 1, 1917.  Son of Michael Hawco and Alice Penney (no blood relation)  Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada

24.  Edmund Dakins # 4051030 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

EDMUND DAKINS  {May 10, 1895 – August 19, 1948}  Enlisted on June 3, 1917 in the Great War, Serial # 4051030 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Discharged on June 3, 1918.  Husband of Elizabeth Hickey, son of William Dakins and Mary Hawco (no blood relation)

MUSSEL POND – 2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  Augustine Ryan # 6211 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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AUGUSTINE RYAN {Feb 23, 1895 – Jul 9, 1973} Enlisted on October 2, 1918 in the Great War, Service # 6211 with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.  Discharged on January 10, 1919.  Husband of Hettie McDonald, son of Peter Ryan and Mary J. Hanlon (no blood relation) born and raised in Mussel Pond, St. Mary’s Bay  

2.  William Hanlon # 469411 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

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WILLIAM HANLON  {Aug. 5, 1892 – Sept. 24, 1966} Enlisted on August 13, 1915 in the Great War, Serial # 469411 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Discharged on June 3, 1919.  Husband of Matilda Flemming, son of Richard Hanlon and Johannah Comerford (no blood relation) 

COLINET – 9 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  William Tremblett # 6196 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

WILLIAM TREMBLETT {May 1, 1897 – April 1990} Enlisted on Sep. 27, 1918 in the Great War, serial # 6196. Discharged on Dec. 24, 1918. Husband of Marie Seward.  Son of Patrick Tremblett and Clara Davis (no blood relation) born in Haricot and lived in Colinet at time of Enlisting.  Buried at Immaculate Conception RC Cemetery Grand Falls – Windsor… picture is available on Stone Pic NF020 – GRF12 

2.  William Tremblett # 3575 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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WILLIAM TREMBLETT {May 28, 1891 – May 3, 1967} Enlisted on April 11, 1917 in the Great War, serial # 3575.  Discharged on March 20, 1919.  Husband of Mary Ellen Meaney.  Son of Richard J. Tremblett and Margaret Nolan (no blood relation) 
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WILLIAM TREMBLETT {May 28, 1891 – May 3, 1967} Enlisted on April 11, 1917 in the Great War, serial # 3575.

3.  James O’Keefe # 5076 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JAMES O’KEEFE {Mar. 17, 1897 – Jan. 10, 1974  Aged: 77 years} Enlisted on May 16, 1918 in Great War, serial # 5076. Discharged on Oct. 23, 1918.  Husband of Monica Bonia, son of Michael O’Keefe and Elizabeth Quigley   (blood relation)  2nd cousin 3x removed  on North Harbour Power side 

4.  James Downey # 5909 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JAMES DOWNEY  {1902 – June 19th, 1943  Aged: 42 years} Enlisted on Aug. 5, 1918 in the Great War, serial # 5909. Discharged on Dec. 14, 1918.  Son of Bernard Downey and Charlotte Lamb (no blood relation)  

5.  Edmund Didham # 5187 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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EDMUND J. DIDHAM    {Oct. 23, 1895 – Feb. 6, 1974  Aged: 79} Enlisted on May 18, 1918 to serve in the Great War – serial # 5187, discharged on Aug. 9, 1919 and also served with NFLD Forestry WW2Predeceased by 1st wife Nellie,  husband of Maude Davis, son of John Didham and Ann Plippard   (no blood relation)
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EDWARD J. DIDHAM    {Feb. 6, 1974  Aged: 79} Enlisted on May 18, 1918 to serve in the Great War – serial # 5187, discharged on Aug. 9, 1919 and also served with NFLD Forestry WW2Predeceased by 1st wife Nellie,  husband of Maude Davis, son of John Didham and Ann Plippard   (no blood relation) old headstone
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1914-1915 Star Medal received by Edward Didham

6.  Richard Hartson – Seaman Royal Naval Reserve – serial # 1870X (no manifest)

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RICHARD HARTSON  {Dec. 1892 – Sept. 9, 1975  Aged: 85 years}  SERVED IN WW1 ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE – serial # 1870X.  Husband of Isabella Rowe, son of Thomas Hartson and Pauline Davis (no blood relation)  
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RICHARD HARTSON  {Dec. 1892 – Sept. 9, 1975  Aged: 85 years}  SERVED IN WW1 ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE – serial # 1870X.  Husband of Isabella Rowe, son of Thomas Hartson and Pauline Davis (no blood relation)  

7.  Philip Francis Davis # 3186132 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

PHILIP FRANCIS DAVIS {Sept. 25, 1891 – 1966} Enlisted on July 3, 1918 in the Great War, Serial # 3186132 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Discharged on June 3, 1918. Husband of Emma Boulas, son of Henry Davis and Mary O’Neill (no blood relation) Living in Boston when enlisted..  Died at Grandfalls, Newfoundland, photo on Stone pic NF 020 —- GRF 12

8.  Albert Tremblett # 877667 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

ALBERT TREMBLETT  {Sept. 29, 1892 – 1976} Enlisted on March 23, 1916 in the Great War, Serial # 877667 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Discharged on August 10, 1916. Husband of Bridget Gleeson, son of John Tremblett and Bridget Davis (no blood relation) buried at Mount Pearl

9.  Patrick Tremblett # 877683 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

PATRICK TREMBLETT  {March 1, 1891 – } Enlisted on March 28, 1916 in the Great War, Serial # 877683 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force.  Discharged on July 4, 1916.  Husband of Elizabeth, son of John Tremblett and Bridget Davis (no blood relation) unknown place of burial, Maybe Sydney Nova Scotia

HARICOT – 3 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  Frank Evoy # 2202 Manifest (Killed in Action on Jan. 28, 1917)

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FRANCIS EVOY Enlisted on Feb. 29, 1916 in the Great War – Serial # 2202 —Killed in Action in Somme France{Jan 28th 1917  Aged: 28 Years} Beloved Son of Thomas and Martha Nolan (no blood relation) 
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FRANCIS EVOY Enlisted on Feb. 29, 1916 in the Great War – Serial # 2202 —Killed in Action in Somme France{Jan 28th 1917  Aged: 28 Years} Beloved Son of Thomas and Martha Nolan (no blood relation) 

2.  Andrew Evoy # 2200 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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ANDREW EVOY  Enlisted on Feb. 29, 1916 in the Great War.  PRIVATE in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 2200 and discharged on March 22, 1919 {1894 – March 12, 1966  Aged: 72 years} husband of Mary Violet King, son of Thomas Evoy and Martha Nolan (no blood relation) husband of 1st cousin  3x removed on North Harbour king side 
Frank and Andrew Evoy WW1
FRANK and ANDREW EVOY in uniform Feb. 29, 1916

3.  Leo Byrne #4051078 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

LEO BYRNE {Sept. 13, 1895 – 1940} Enlisted on June 10, 1918 in the Great War – serial # 4051078 with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force and discharged on December 10, 1919  Husband of Hilda PowerSon of James Byrne and Mary Ellen Dobbin (no blood relation) husband of 1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side… buried at Holy cross Cemetery in Malden, Massachusetts

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LEO BYRNE

MOSQUITO – 1 Soldier who enlisted (click on manifest to view their war history)

Alphonse Doody # 4563 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

ALPHONSE DOODY {May 18, 1899 – Dec. 14, 1974} Enlisted on April 22, 1918 in the Great War – serial # 4563.  Husband of Bessie.  Son of Alban Doody and Mary Francis Young (blood relation) 2nd cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side… died at Braintree, Massachusetts

REGINA – 2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1. James Dalton # 5030 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JAMES J. DALTON  {Born: Nov 6th, 1892  Died: March 21st, 1960} Enlisted on May 14, 1918 in The Great War, serial # 5030, discharged in Aug. 24, 1918 due to being medically unfit due to measles and pneumonia husband of Angela Linehan, son of Stephen Dalton and Ann Murray (blood related) 1st cousin 4x removed on Dalton side from Colinet Island side and king/Walsh from North Harbour and husband of 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King Side. Buried at Colinet RC. 
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JAMES DALTON # 5030 

2.  Daniel Dalton # 6154 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

Daniel Dalton # 6154 headstone
DANIEL J. DALTON  {Jan. 31, 1896 – Sept. 28, 1970  Age: 74 years}  Enlisted on Sept. 12, 1918 in The Great War,  service number 6154, discharged on Jan. 8, 1919,  husband of Elsie, son of Stephen Dalton and Ann Murray (blood related) 1st cousin 4x removed on North Harbour King/Walsh side.. Buried in Mussel Pond

TICKLES – 1 Soldier who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

John Dobbin # 2692 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

John Dobbin # 2692 headstone
JOHN DOBBIN  {Oct. 24, 1890 – Sept 5th 1965  Aged: 74 years} Enlisted on May 1, 1916 in The Great War – service # 2692, discharged on Jan. 14, 1919, husband of Agnes Campbell, son of Francis Dobbin and Elizabeth Power  (blood relation) 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side. Buried at Mount Carmel

JOHN’S POND – 1 Soldier who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest) 

Daniel Linehan # 1468 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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Pte. DANIEL LINEHAN {Sep. 21, 1895 – July 1, 1916} son of John Joseph Linehan and Margaret Gregory (Died: 1913)  and stepmom Mary Francis Power (blood related) Enlisted on Apr. 23, 1915, serial # 1468 and was killed in Action on July 1, 1916 at Hawthorne in the battle of Beaumont Hamel, from John’s Pond, St. Mary’s Bay  
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DANIEL LINEHAN #1468 headstone at Hawthorne Ridge Cemetery

ST. MARY’S – 32 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1. Lance Corporal Alphonsus J. Power 4577 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

ALPHONSUS J. POWER {Oct. 24, 1896 – Nov. 8, 1973} Enlisted on April 22, 1918 in The Great War, service # 4577, Rank of Corporal and discharged on July 31, 1919.  Son of James Power and Theresa Walsh (unknown blood relation)  who is born in St. Mary’s.  Moved to Cambridge Maine  

2.  Frank Walsh #4720 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

FRANK WALSH {about 1897} Enlisted on Apr. 26, 1918 in the Great War, service # 4720 and discharged August 9, 1919.  Son of James Walsh and Nora Roach (no blood relation) and is from St. Mary’s

3.  William Walsh # 5353 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

WILLIAM WALSH {Jan. 1, 1898 – Sep. 4, 1975} Enlisted on May 23, 1918 in the Great War, service # 5353 and discharged August 9, 1919. son of John Walsh and Ellen Bowen (unknown blood relation)  and is from St. Mary’s. Died Somerville, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA  

4.  Corporal Vincent Walsh # 1958 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

VINCENT S. WALSH {May 30, 1895 – September 23, 1976} Enlisted on October 28, 1915 in the Great War, service # 1958 and discharged June 30, 1917. Son of James Walsh and Nora Roache (no blood relation) Rank of Corporal in WW1 and was involved in the Battle of the Somme, suffered from GSW from St. Mary’s   

5.  Aiden Joseph Hogan # 237 Manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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AIDEN JOSEPH HOGAN {Born: Abt. 1895 – Aug. 28, 1967} Enlisted on September 4, 1914 in the Great War, service # 237 and discharged July 31, 1917.  Husband of Elsie Mason, son of Dr. William Hogan and Maud Parker (no blood relation) suffered from GSW and is from St. Mary’s and buried at St. Mary’s

6.  Joseph Breen # 4347 manifest WW1 Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JOSEPH BREEN {May 1, 1898} Enlisted on February 18, 1918 in the Great War, service # 4347 and discharged June 20, 1919.  Husband of Catherine, son of Edward Breen and Johanna Corbett (no blood relation) suffered from GSW and is from St. Mary’s and buried at St. Mary’s

7.  William Burke # 5366 manifest WW1 Royal Newfoundland Regiment

WILLIAM BURKE {Born: Feb. 12, 1897} Enlisted on May 23, 1918 in the Great War, service # 5366 and discharged July 4, 1919.  Son of Thomas Burke and Bridget Adams (no blood relation) 

8.  Frances Joseph Bowen # 1753 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

FRANCES JOSEPH BOWEN {Born: June 15, 1894 – June 7, 1978} Enlisted on July 31, 1915 in the Great War, service # 1753 and discharged June 10, 1919.  Son of James Bowen and Minnie Walsh (unknown blood relation) 

9.  Bernard Meehan # 1760 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

Bernard Meehan headstone to honor WW1

BERNARD MEEHAN {Born: June 15, 1894 – October 12, 1916} Enlisted on August 6, 1915 in the Great War, service # 1760 and KILLED IN ACTION on October 12, 1916 at Gueudecourt.  Son of Martin Meehan and Elizabeth St. Croix (unknown blood relation) 

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In Memory of Bernard Meehan commemorative certificate (click to view link)
Albert Lee's name on Monument in Beaumont Hamel
BERNARD MEEHAN name will be always remember on the Monument at Beaumont Hamel, France

10.  David Yetman # 6251 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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DAVID YETMAN {Born: Apr. 27, 1893 – Sept. 16, 1981} Enlisted on October 10, 1918 in the Great War, service # 6251 and discharged on July 4, 1919.  Also, served in the Newfoundland Forestry Unit WW2. Husband of Stella Rousell, Son of William Yetman and Mary Ann Dobbin and Step mom Johanna (unknown blood relation) 

11.  Peter White # 3635 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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PETER WHITE {Born: March 15, 1887 – Dec. 20 1967} Enlisted on April 19, 1917 in the Great War, service # 3635 and discharged on March 11, 1919.  Husband of Theresa and son of William White and Ellen (unknown blood relation) 

12.  Peter Tobin # 1749 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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PETER TOBIN {Born: 1887 – June 3, 1968} Enlisted on July 30, 1915 in the Great War, service # 3635 and medically discharged on March 28, 1917.  Son of James Tobin and Margaret Halleran (no blood relation) 

13.  Timothy Harvey # 1768 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

TIMOTHY HARVEY {Dec. 25, 1877 – April 19, 1966} Enlisted on Aug. 9, 1915 in the Great War, service # 1768 and medically discharged on Jan. 11, 1918. Husband of Mary McCann (unknown blood relation) lost a Toe from being wounded. Maybe buried in St. John’s

14.  William Kearney # 6252 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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WILLIAM JOSEPH KEARNEY {Mar. 31, 1897} Enlisted on Oct. 10, 1918 in the Great War, service # 6252 and medically discharged on Feb. 13, 1919. Son of Timothy and Mary (no blood relation)

15.  Corporal John Ezekiel # 1751 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

JOHN EZEKIEL {Oct. 3, 1892 – Oct. 1982} Enlisted on July 31, 1915 in the Great War, service # 1751 and medically discharged on Sept. 25, 1918.  Son of Paul Ezekiel and Mary Yetman (unknown blood relation) buried at Maine, USA. Maybe related in Lee side

16.  Charles Dobbin # 2539 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

CHARLES DOBBIN {Abt: 1899 – ?????} Enlisted on April 18, 1916 in the Great War, service # 2539 and medically discharged on Jan. 16, 1919.  Son of Dennis Dobbin and Ellen (unknown blood relation)

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MICHAEL VAIL {Nov 9, 1893 – 1960} Enlisted on October 1, 1914 in the Great War, service # 155 and medically discharged on October 13, 1916. Received rank of Corporal.  Husband of Ethel Simmonds, Son of John Vail and Maria Dalton  (blood relation) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side

18.  Edward J. Power # 1,336,333 no manifest USA Forces

EDWARD J. POWER {Sep. 8, 1887 – Sep. 6, 1961} Enlisted on December 1, 1917 in the Great War, service # 1,336,333 and discharged on December 30, 1918.  Husband of Mary McCann, Son of James Power and Theresa Walsh (unknown blood relation) buried at Brooklyn, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York, USA. Waiting for a photo request

Edward J. Power # 1,336,333 USA military WW1

19.  John Ryan # 6254 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JOHN RYAN {Oct. 9, 1893 – May 12, 1979} Enlisted on October 10, 1918 in the Great War, service # 6254 and discharged on January 16, 1919. Also, served in WW2 in the Royal Navy 2nd Contingent # 181017.  Son of James Ryan and Catherine Breen (no blood relation) from St. Mary’s  

20.  James Colton # 282168 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

JAMES COLTON {Aug. 1 1896 – ????} Enlisted on March 6, 1916 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 282168 and discharged on July 6, 1916.  Son of James Colton  (unknown blood relation)

21.  Edward Davis # 1060368 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

EDWARD DAVIS {Jan 24, 1898 – Mar. 9, 1965} Enlisted on April 17, 1917 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 1060368 and discharged on January 15, 1919.  Husband of Gertrude Hawco, Son of William Davis and Mary Ann Linehan  (unknown blood relation) Buried at New Calvary Cemetery, Sydney, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, Canada. Maybe related on Linehan side.

22.  Augustus Whelan # 1031236 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

AUGUSTUS WHELAN {Feb. 12, 1898 – Sept. 10, 1921} Enlisted on July 21, 1917 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 1031236 and discharged on November 8, 1918.  Son of Peter Whelan and Elizabeth Burke  (no blood relation) Died at Port Arthur, Ontario and buried at St. Andrew’s Catholic Cemetery Thunder Bay, Ontario

23.  Michael Harvey # 68300 Manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

MICHAEL HARVEY {Dec. 18, 1891 – April 3, 1977} Enlisted on March 31, 1915 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 68300 and discharged on June 26, 1918.  Husband of Annie Breen. Son of Daniel Harvey and Ellen Walsh  (blood relation) buried in Mount Pearl. From Path’s End. Waiting for headstone picture from find a grave..

24.  John Hearn # 4050692 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

JOHN HEARN {Jan. 1, 1895 – ?????} Enlisted on June 7, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 4050692 and discharged on June 18, 1918.  Son of Thomas Hearn and Margaret  (blood relation) John’s mom Margaret is from North Harbour. Born and lived in Riverhead. Can’t find anymore info..

25.  George Gibbons # 3186833 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

GEORGE GIBBONS {March 5, 1901 – ?????} Enlisted on June 11, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 3186833.  Son of William Gibbons and Mary Bonia  (blood relation) 2nd cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side.. Maybe buried in St. Vincents’ or USA

26.  Patrick Vail # 4051067 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

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PATRICK  VAIL {July 24, 1897 – May 29, 1974} Enlisted on June 8, 1918 in the Great War, service # 4051067 and medically discharged on January 26, 1920.   Husband of Mary Fagan, Son of John Vail and Maria Dalton  (blood relation) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side

27.  Peter Fagan # 3186820 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

PETER FAGAN {June 29, 1897 – August 11, 1975} Enlisted on May 21, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 3186820.  Son of Michael Fagan and Margaret Drohan  (no blood relation) Buried in Framingham, Massachusetts, USA

28.  Patrick Woods # 4051001 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

PATRICK WOODS {Nov. 4, 1895} Enlisted on May 23, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 4051001 and discharged on August 24, 1919.  Son of Dennis Woods and Mary  (unknown blood relation) moved to USA.  Mother is from St. Mary’s and father is from Harbour Grace

29.  John Fagan # 4050691 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force 

JOHN FAGAN {June 12, 1896 – ?????} enlisted on June 7, 1918 in the Great War, service # 4050691 and discharged on July 13, 1919.   Husband of Alice Duke, Son of Michael Fagan and Margaret Drohan  (no blood relation)

30.  John Peddle # 4050693 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

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JOHN PEDDLE {April 21, 1894 – July 7, 1960} enlisted on November 11, 1917 in the Great War, service # 4050693 and discharged on July 8, 1919.  Son of Patrick Peddle and Bridget Kearney  (no blood relation)

31.  George J. Gibbons # 877351 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

GEORGE JOSEPH GIBBONS {Aug. 1893 – ?????} enlisted on March 13, 1916 in the Great War, service # 877351 and discharged on July 8, 1919.   Husband of Annie Elizabeth Coleman. Son of MIchael Gibbons and Mary Beesean and Stepdad Michael Halleran  (no blood relation) maybe died in USA

32.  Stephen McGrath # 4050205 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

STEPHEN MCGRATH {December 25, 1896 – December 27, 1951} Enlisted on February 19, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 4050205.  Son of Patrick McGrath and Hannah (unknown blood relation)

RIVERHEAD – 11 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  Lawrence Lee # 5874 manifest The Royal Newfoundland Regiment 

LAWRENCE LEE {Oct. 15, 1897} Enlisted on July 30, 1918 in the Great War with The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 5874 and discharged on August 7, 1919.  Son of Joseph Lee and Ellen Tobin (blood relation) 2nd great-uncle on Colinet Island Power side

2. Thomas Lee # unknown served with Royal Navy

THOMAS LEE {July 22, 1877 – Dec. 2, 1958} Enlisted with Royal Navy as Artificer Engineer. Husband of Rose Ellen Morgan, son of John Lee and Johanna Walsh (predeceased 1891) and stepmom Mary Harvey (blood related)  1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side
Picture is of Thomas Lee’s son Dermot Lee. Thomas Lee name is mentioned as serving in the first war

3.  Albert Lee # 1134/3216 Manifest The Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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LANCE CORPORAL ALBERT LEE {Oct. 7, 1887 – Oct. 14, 1918} Killed in Action in Belgium WW1, enlisted on July 17, 1915, service # 1134/3216, enlisted 2 times in service.  Husband of Isabella McKissork, son of John Lee and Johanna Walsh (predeceased 1891) and stepmom Mary Harvey (blood related)  1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side
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4.  Bernard Lee # 2100915 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

BERNARD LEE  {Sept. 20, 1897 – July 25, 1921} Enlisted on Oct. 16, 1917 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 2100915 and discharged on May 29, 1919.  Son of John Lee and Mary Harvey  (blood relation) 1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side. Drowned in Spain. No grave site

5.  Augustine Lee # 2655622 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

AUGUSTINE LEE  {Nov. 23, 1897 – 1970 } Enlisted on Oct. 16, 1917 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 2655622 and discharged on Feb. 22, 1919.  Husband of Margaret Glass, Son of Thomas Lee and Rose Ellen Morgan (blood relation) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side

6.  Thomas Meaney # 1709 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

THOMAS MEANEY {May 22 1893 –  Dec. 4, 1955} Enlisted on July 10, 1915 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 1709 and discharged on September 25, 1918.  Son of Thomas Meaney and Margaret Fagan (unknown blood relation) 

7.  Michael Boland # 5833 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

MICHAEL BOLAND {May 1897 –  ??????} Enlisted on July 23, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 5833 and discharged on January 16, 1919. Husband of Ellen Kenny,  Son of Edward Boland and Bridget Grace (no blood relation) 

8.  William Boland # 6160 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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WILLIAM BOLAND {Nov. 25, 1899 –  1973} Enlisted on Sept. 18, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6160 and discharged on January 8, 1919.  Husband of Violet Pope. Son of Bernard Boland and Elizabeth Kennedy (no blood relation) 

9.  Simon Leonard Mason # 222040 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

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SIMON LEONARD MASON {Nov. 17, 1890 –  April 21, 1917} Enlisted on Sept. 28, 1915 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 222040 and KILLED IN ACTION on April 21, 1917.  Husband of Teresa, Son of Paul Mason and Teresa Corcoran (no blood relation) requested a headstone photo from France
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Cemetery Plan LAPUGNOY MILITARY CEMETERY
Where Simon Leonard Mason is buried (Click on link to see death memorial Certifcate below)

Simon Leonard Mason Death Memorial

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Headstone location LAPUGNOY MILITARY CEMETERY
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10.  John Thomas White # 4052580 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

JOHN THOMAS WHITE {May 20, 1899 –  ?????} Enlisted on Sept. 10, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 4052580.   Husband of Mary Ann Feehan. Son of Joseph White and Esther Hearn (blood relation) 2nd cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side

11.  Henry (Harry) Lee # 3186100 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

CORPORAL HENRY (Harry) LEE {Nov. 4, 1896 –  1926} Enlisted on June 29, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 3186100 and discharged on August 24, 1919. Husband of Maggie CoombsSon of John Lee and Mary Harvey (blood relation) 1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side. Buried somewhere in Trinity Bay

CAPE ST. MARY”S – 1 Soldier who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  James Patrick Houlahan # 500 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

CORPORAL JAMES PATRICK HOULAHAN {Abt. 1888 –  ??????} Enlisted on Sept. 14, 1914 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 500 and discharged on Sept. 17, 1918.  Son of Michael Patrick Houlahan and Anna (unknown blood relation) no info on death location

ST. JOSEPH’S – 7 Soldiers who enlisted (click on manifest to view their war history)

1.  Richard Norris # 6215 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

RICHARD NORRIS {June 5, 1897 –  ??????} Enlisted on October 2, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6215 and discharged on January 10, 1919.  Son of Joseph Norris and Ellen Rielly  (no blood relation) buried at West Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. Waiting for reply from find a grave

2.  Alphonsus Furey # 6213 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

ALPHONSUS FUREY {August 5, 1899} Enlisted on October 2, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6213 and discharged on January 16, 1919.  Son of William Furey and Margaret Dalton  (blood relation) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side. Seems to have died in USA

3.  Leo Joseph Christopher # 1783 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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CORPORAL LEO JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER {November 15, 1899 – October 9, 1917} Enlisted on August 23, 1915 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 1783 and KILLED IN ACTION on October 9, 1917.  Son of Michael Christopher and Catherine Bennett  (no blood relation)
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LEO JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER (click on link to see death certificate)

LEO JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER DEATH CERTIFICATE

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4.  Thomas J. Christopher # 460684 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

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PRIVATE THOMAS JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER {November 18, 1890 – February 24, 1965} Enlisted on June 22, 1915 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 460684 and discharged on August 8, 1919.  Husband of Annie Waddops, Son of Michael Christopher and Catherine Bennett  (no blood relation) Buried at Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Cemetery St. John’s, Newfoundland
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5.  Frank Bishop # 3188565 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

FRANK BISHOP {October 25, 1893 – November 21, 1946} Enlisted on June 14, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 3188565 and discharged on December 2, 1918.  Husband of Winifred Lapthorn, Son of William Bishop and Margaret Griffins  (no blood relation) buried at England. Unsure of exact location

6.  Francis Peddle # V.R. 1537 Royal Newfoundland Regiment (no manifest)

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FRANCIS PEDDLE {March 15, 1893 – October 14, 1918} Enlisted in the Great War with Royal Navy Canadian Volunteer Reserve, service # V.R. 1537 and KILLED IN ACTION on October 14, 1918 on the H.M.S SEAGULL.  Son of John Peddle and Lucy Curtis  (no blood relation) buried at St. Joseph’s Cemetery. May have a grave in St. John’s Military site  
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FRANCIS PEDDLE (click on link below to see death certificate)

PEDDLE_FRANCIS_JOSEPH DEATH CERTIFICATE 

7.  Patrick Duggan # 1048 no manifest Royal Marine Light Infantry: Plymouth Division Short Service

PATRICK DUGGAN {April 30, 1896 – ??????} Enlisted on August 24, 1915 in the Great War with the Royal Marine Light Infantry: Plymouth Division Short Service.  Son of Martin Duggan and Mary Curtis (no blood relation)

COOT’S POND – 2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  James Corcoran # 6214 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JAMES CORCORAN {June 16, 1895 – January 21, 1977} Enlisted on Oct. 2, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6214 and discharged on January 16, 1919.  Husband of Mary Ellen Dobbin, Son of Simon Corcoran and Lucy Metcalf (no blood relation) buried at O’Donnell’s

2.  James Corcoran # 4361 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JAMES CORCORAN {February 27, 1893 – April 4, 1959} Enlisted on March 11, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 4361 and discharged on July 3, 1919.  Husband of Lucy A. Corcoran, Son of Thomas Corcoran and Rose Ellen Lee (blood relation) 1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side. Buried at Riverhead

ST. VINCENT’S – 5 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1. Patrick Hayward # 5877 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

PATRICK HAYWARD {May 15, 1895 – ??????} Enlisted on July 30, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 5877 and discharged on January 10, 1919.  Husband of Alice Porter, Son of Thomas Hayward and Bridget Carew (no blood relation)

2.  Patrick Halleran # 2361 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

PATRICK HALLERAN {Aug 1898- June 25, 1960} Enlisted on March 30, 1916 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 2361 and discharged on October 31, 1918.  Husband of Mary, Son of Frank Halleran and Mary (unknown blood relation)

3.  William Fleming # 3185529 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

WILLIAM FLEMING {February 17, 1895 – June 7, 1974} Enlisted on May 20, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 3185529 and discharged on August 8, 1918.  Husband of Mary Margaret Mooney, Son of John Fleming and Caroline Tobin (no blood relation) Buried with Beatrice Fleming d.1937, Mary Mooney Fleming d.1978, and Warren Fleming d.1927. No stone or marker present. Burial area to the left of Cody family stone (#52-53). U.S. Flag denotes exact burial site. Buried at Mount Benedict Cemetery West Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA

4.  Frank Joseph Fleming # 415878 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

FRANCIS JOSEPH FLEMING {September 2, 1892 – June 2, 1916} Enlisted on August 6, 1915 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 415878 and KILLED IN ACTION on June 2, 1916.  Son of John Fleming and Caroline Tobin (no blood relation)

Headstone to honor FRANCIS JOSEPH FLEMING at St. Vincent’s
Name on Wall to honor FRANCIS who was missing in action
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Cemetery reference for Frank Joseph Fleming Panel 30, 32
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Click on link below to view Death Certificate

FLEMING_FRANCIS_JOSEPH DEATH CERTIFICATE

5. Lance Corporal Gregory Barrett #1822 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

LANCE CORPORAL GREGORY BARRETT {May 24,1896 – 1939} Enlisted on April 10, 1915 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 1822.  Son of Agnus (no blood relation)

POINT LA HAYE – 4 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1. Edward St. Croix # 6281 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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EDWARD ST. CROIX {Feb. 12, 1894 – Jan. 11, 1929} Enlisted on October 12, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6281 and was discharged on January 9, 1919.  Husband of Catherine Cahill, Son of John St. Croix and Ellen Bishop (no blood relation)

2.  Michael Tobin # 4722 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

LANCE CORPORAL MICHAEL TOBIN {Jan. 3, 1897 – ??????} Enlisted on April 26, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 4722 and was discharged on July 4, 1919.  Husband of Elizabeth, Son of John Tobin and Margaret Bishop (no blood relation)

3.  Nicholas St. Croix # 4716 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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NICHOLAS ST. CROIX {Dec. 1895 – Nov. 4, 1925} Enlisted on April 26, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 4716 and was discharged on July 4, 1919.  Son of John St. Croix and Ellen Bishop (no blood relation) Buried at Old St. Mary’s Cemetery

4.  Edward Mandville # 4051074 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

EDWARD MANDVILLE {June 14, 1891 – Oct. 12, 1958} Enlisted on June 10, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 4051074 and discharged on June 15, 1919.  Son of William Mandville and Annie  (no blood relation) buried at Old St. Mary’s Cemetery

PETER’S RIVER – 1 Soldier who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1. Edward White # 2325 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

EDWARD WHITE {July 1897 – ??????} Enlisted on March 27, 1916 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 4716 and was discharged on March 22, 1919.  POW in GERMANY.  Son of Edward White and Catherine (no blood relation) must be buried at St. Vincent. Sibling buried there.

MALL BAY – 1 Soldier who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  Joseph Christopher # 6156 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER {Sept. 21, 1895 – Nov. 23, 1961} Enlisted on September 12, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6156 and was discharged on November 9, 1918.  Husband of Mary J. O’Rourke (no blood relation) buried at Mall Bay Cemetery

GASKIERS – 2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  Patrick Dobbin # 4364 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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PATRICK DOBBIN {August 19, 1897 – August 12, 1981} Enlisted on March 21, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 4364 and was discharged on June 4, 1919.  Husband of Margaret,  Son of Patrick Dobbin and Mary Bishop (no blood relation) buried at St. Mary’s New cemetery

2.  Dennis Dobbin # 5731 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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DENNIS DOBBIN {September 13, 1899 – November 8, 1976} Enlisted on July 5, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 5731 and was discharged on June 20, 1919.  Husband of HelenaSon of Bernard Dobbin and Ellen (no blood relation) buried in St. Mary’s Old

NEW BRIDGE – 2 Soldiers and 1 Nurse who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  John Allison # 6013 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

JOHN ALLISON {June 6, 1900 – January 10, 1930} Enlisted on August 19, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 6013 and was discharged on February 8, 1919.  Son of John Alison and Ellen Neville (no blood relation) buried at St. Joseph’s cemetery 

2.  Patrick Ryan # 2699716 manifest Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force 

PATRICK RYAN {February 22, 1896 – 1969} Enlisted on June 23, 1918 in the Great War with the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, service # 2699716 and was discharged on February 15, 1919.  Husband of Sarah, Son of William James Ryan and Sarah Bridget Nolan (blood relation) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power/Whelan side… buried at West Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States of America

3. Sadie McDonald # Nurse with Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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BRANCH – 18 Soldiers who enlisted (click on soldiers name to view their war Manifest)

1.  Allan Roche # 5186 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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LANCE CORPORAL ALLAN ROCHE {Feb. 28,1899 – Dec. 29, 1983} Enlisted on May 18, 1918 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 5186 and was discharged on January 4, 1919.  Son of John Roche and Rose Griffin (unknown blood relation) buried at Bellmore, Nassau, New York, USA

2.  Joseph McGrath # 3760 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

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JOSEPH MCGRATH {1898 – April 13, 1918} Enlisted on May 11, 1917 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 3760 and was KILLED IN ACTION on April 13, 1918.  Son of Patrick McGrath and Elizabeth Dohey (unknown blood relation) 

doc5640409JOSEPH_MCGRATH DEATH CERTIFICATE (Click on link)

3.  George McGrath # 3619 manifest Royal Newfoundland Regiment

GEORGE MCGRATH {March 20, 1896 – Jan. 28, 1963} Enlisted on April 17, 1917 in the Great War with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, service # 3619 and was discharged March 21, 1919.  Husband of first wife Agnus Careen, second wife Ellen Foley, Son of Patrick McGrath and Mary Ellen Allen (no blood relation) buried at Point Lance

 4.  George Nash — Royal Naval Reserve 

GEORGE NASH {Jan. 29, 1895 – Aug. 4, 1987} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve.  Son of John Francis Nash and Annie Collins (no blood relation) buried at Royal Oak Burial Park Cemetery, Victoria, British Colombia. Not sure if correct?

5.  SMN Patrick Joseph Nash # 1995x  Royal Naval Reserve 

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SMN PATRICK JOSEPH NASH {June 9, 1891 – April 26, 1937} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 1919X.  Son of Bernard Nash and Mary Barry (no blood relation) 
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6.  Albert Nash # 2017x  Royal Naval Reserve 

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ALBERT NASH {June 1888 – 1966} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2017X.  Son of John James Nash and Johannah Dohey (no blood relation) 
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7.  Walter J. Nash # 2235x  Royal Naval Reserve 

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WALTER J. NASH {Dec 1896 – 1929} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2235X.  Son of John Nash and Bridget L. (no blood relation) 

8.  Stephen Nash # 2354x  Royal Naval Reserve 

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STEPHEN NASH {Oct 1896 – 1940} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2354X.  Son of Bernard Nash and Mary Tobin (no blood relation) 

9.  Bartholomew Power # 1473X Royal Naval Reserve 

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BARTHOLOMEW POWER {1894 – 1982} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, Service # 1473X. Son of James Power and Bridget Power  (unknown blood relation) 

10.  Ambrose Power # 2016X  Royal Naval Reserve 

AMBROSE JOHN POWER {June 7, 1890 – April 27, 1950} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2016X. Husband of Bridget Power, Son of Ambrose Power and Mary Ann Fewer. Buried in USA waiting for email. I have searched most cemeteries in New York.

11.  Edmund J. Power # 2018x  Seaman Royal Naval Reserve 

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EDMUND J. POWER {Feb. 1890 – June 11, 1972} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2018X.  Husband of Ethel Nash (unknown blood relation) buried at Branch  

12.  Austin J. Power # 2233X Royal Naval Reserve

AUSTIN POWER {1894 – ????} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2233X.  Son of Michael Power and Ellen Roche (no blood relation) buried somewhere in Massachusetts

13.  Albert Power # 709x  Royal Naval Reserve 

ALBERT POWER {1892 – ????} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 709x.  Son of Michael Power and Ellen Roche (no blood relation) died at sea of the Grandbanks. Fishing ship named MARY above, Albert and a crew of men lost their lives.

14.  Fred. W. Power # 1144X Royal Naval Reserve 

FRED POWER {1887 – ????} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 1144X Unknown.  Son of Michael Power and Ellen Roche (no blood relation) unknown location

15.  Peter Roche # 2353X Royal Naval Reserve 

PETER ROCHE {June 30, 1898 – 1983} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 2353X.  Husband of Violet, Son of William Roche and Lucy Stephenson (no blood relation) buried in London, Ontario at Saint Peter’s Cemetery

16.  Charles H. Roach # 1601x  Royal Naval Reserve 

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CHARLES H. ROCHE {Jan. 23, 1884 – Feb. 21, 1963} Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 1601X.  Husband of Catherine, Son of Henry Roche and Ellen Cantwell (no blood relation) buried at Branch

17.  Patrick T. Roach # 1607x  Royal Naval Reserve 

PATRICK ROCHE {1893 – } Enlisted in the Great War with the Royal Naval Reserve, service # 1607x .  Husband of Ethel Pike, Son of William Roche and Lucy Stephenson (no blood relation) buried at Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States of America

18. Andrew Leonard ????

NORTH HARBOUR – 1 Soldier who enlisted

  1. Stephen J. Davis # unknown served with U.S. Army as a Messenger
STEPHEN J.DAVIS {Dec. 26, 1994 – 1962} Enlisted in the Great War with the U.S. Army.   Husband of Isabel Walsh, Son of Richard Davis and Nora Hearn (no blood relation) husband of 2nd great-aunt on North Harbour Walsh side. Buried in Boston area

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