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Frederick Redmond
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Frederick Redmond N/A Private ‘C’ Company, 103rd Infantry Regiment, 26th Division, US Army, American Expeditionary Forces October 5, 1884 Londonderry, Colchester Co., NS June 6, 1917 Bangor, Maine Great Works, Maine 32 Married Joanna Scoville (Mother) Yarmouth, NS November 27, 1918 34 Suresnes American Cemetery, Suresnes, France Plot A, Row 03, Grave 23 Frederick was the son of Frederick Redmond and Joanna (Woodworth) Redmond. Frederick’s father was born in River John, Pictou Co., NS. His mother was born August 16, 1856, in Maitland, Hants County. His parents were married in Selma in East Hants in October of 1871. His father died in Somerset Co., Maine in 1896. After his father died, his mother, Joanna, was remarried to Mr. Levi Scoville, born March 1, 1875, in Yarmouth, NS. They were married on December 1, 1902, in Boston, Massachusetts. Joanna died in 1928. Frederick’s stepfather, Levi, died Feb 9, 1950 in South Chegoggin, Yarmouth Co., NS. Frederick was married February 2, 1906 in Parrsboro, NS, to Hannah Winters (1866-1937) and was living in Parrsboro with their son Whitney in 1911. When Frederick was living in Maine when he enlisted in the US Army. He enlisted with Company C, 2nd Infantry Regiment of the Maine National Guard in Bangor and then served with Company C, 103rd Infantry Regiment. He went overseas September 27, 1917 embarking New York on the US Army Transport SS Baltic and served at Aisne-Marne, St Mihiel, Champagne-Marne, and the Meuse-Argonne, Defensive Sector. Private Frederick Redmond was wounded in action November 10, 1918 and died on November 27, 1918.
SS Baltic