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WWI Veterans Yarmouth Town and County
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Leander Clements (Clairmont)
Leander Clements (Clairmont) March 25, 1895 Pinkneys Point, NS Pinkneys Point, NS 23 5 feet, 8 inches Medium Brown Black Single Fireman Roman Catholic Virgine Mary Clements (Clairmont) Pinkneys Point, NS 4050448 Private April 4, 1918 1st Depot Battalion, NS Halifax, NS 85th Battalion England, France June 15, 1919 (Halifax) (Demobilization) Leander Clairmont was the son of Marc Clairmont and Virgine Mary Clements (Clairmont) (1855- 1932) of Pinkneys Point, NS. His brothers, Pierre Archange Clairmont (Peter Clements), died of pneumonia at the Cogswell Military Hospital, Halifax within a week of his enlistment with the 1st Depot Battalion and Joseph Alcide Clements (Clairmont) enlisted for service with the 1st Depot Battalion but did not serve and was discharged. Leander was living in Pinkneys Point in 1932 and signed the death certificate of his mother at the time of her death as the Informant.
Leander Clairmont with his mother