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Forest Gilbert Dobson 734004 Lance Corporal 112th Battalion September 4, 1897 (Actual September 4, 1900) Argyle Sound, Yarmouth Co., NS February 18, 1916 Yarmouth, NS Yarmouth, NS 18/15 5 feet, 5 inches Fair Brown Light Brown (Recruit) 29th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery Cotton Mill Worker Baptist Single Mrs. Hattie Dobson (Mother) Argyle Sound, NS July 2, 1919 (Halifax) on demobilization Forest Gilbert Dobson was the son of Arthur Franklin Dobson(1872–1928) and Harriet Evelyn Frost (1885-1949). In 1910 the family was living in Rockport, Massachusetts, US. At enlistment Forest was living in Yarmouth, NS. Post WWI, Forest returned to the United States. He died on February 23, 1981 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, US. He served in the 112th Battalion (Canada, England), 25th Bttalion (France), and Canadian Military Police Force (Canada 1919).
Forest Gilbert Dobson
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