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Edward Pius Cotreau 3188460 Private 1st Depot Battalion, NS August 18, 1896 Plymouth, Yarmouth Co., NS June 7, 1918 Aldershot, NS Plymouth, Yarmouth Co., NS 21 5 feet, 6¾ inches Fair Brown Black Single Farmer Roman Catholic Mrs. Pauline Cotreau (Mother) Plymouth, NS June 14, 1918 (Aldershot) Medical Discharge November 22, 1918 Saint-Michel Parish Cemetery, Wedgeport, NS Edward Pius Cotreau (Cottreau) was the son of Michael John Cottreau (1852-1915) and Pauline A. (Doucet) Cottreau (1862-1963) of Wedgeport, NS. Edward was a fisherman prior to his enlistment drafted under the Military Service Act of 1917. His medical was completed at Aldershot Camp on June 7, 1918 and it was determined he suffered from tuberculosis. He was given a medical discharge. He died of tuberculosis on November 22, 1918 at Wedgeport, NS.
Edward Pius Cotreau
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