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Peter Andrew Muise US-4479655 Private 13th Battery, Field Artillery Replacement Regiment, US Army February 18, 1896 Quinan, NS August 26, 1918 Massachusetts, US Wakefield, Mass. US 21 5 feet, 6 inches Light Brown Brown Married Laster Roman Catholic Frances Muise (Wife) Walkfield, Mass. US July 19, 1919 February 6, 1975 Forest Glade Cemetery Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA Peter Andrew Muise was the son of Frank and Sylvina Muise of Quinan, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia. He was the husband of Frances Anna (Doucette) Muise (1897-1977), and father of Lawrence (b. 1919), Alfred (b. 1921), Arnold (b. 1924), Martin (b. 1927), and Daniel (b. 1931). The family lived in Wakefield, Mass. He left Canada from Yarmouth, NS on the SS Price Arthur on April 15, 1915 and arrived in Boston on April 15, 1915. He completed a Petition for Naturalization on February 25, 1924. Prior to enlistment he was employed at the Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company, a chair manufacturer. Peter enlisted on August 26, 1918 and trained at Camp Jackson, South Carolina. He departed the US on the Pactores from Newport News, Virginia, the port of embarkation by the U.S. Army immediately after America's entry into WWI. He served overseas from October 28, 1918 to June 5, 1919 with the 13th Battery, Field Artillery Replacement Regiment. In the 1940’s Peter was employed with the US Government at the Boston Navy Yard. He died on February 6, 1975 and is buried in the Forest Glade Cemetery, Wakefield, Massachusetts.
Peter Andrew Muise
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Note: The year of birth is recorded on official records as 1896 and on the military plaque as 1897.