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Adolph Amiro
Name: Service No Rank Battalion/Service Date of Birth: Place of Birth: Date of Enlistment: Place of Enlistment: Address at Enlistment: Age at Enlistment: Height: Complexion: Hair Colour: Eye Colour: Martial Status: Religion: Trade: Next of Kin: Date of Discharge:
Adolph Amiro 734219 / 666907 Private 112th Battalion / 165th Battalion September 9, 1896 West Pubnico, Yarmouth Co., NS March 13, 1916 Yarmouth NS West Pubnico, Yarmouth Co., NS 20 5 feet, 7 inches fair dark brown brown Single Roman Catholic Steamship Waiter Ludger Amiro (Father) West Pubnico, Yarmouth Co., NS March 21, 1919 Adolph first enlisted with the 112th Battalion at Yarmouth on March 13, 1916 but was given a medical discharge on September 2, 1916 at Halifax. (Service Number: 734219; date of birth given as 1895). On December 20, 1917 he re-enlisted at St John, NB with the 165th Battalion (666907). He embarked Canada on the SS Metagama at Halifax on March 25, 1917 and disembarked in England at Liverpool on April 4, 1917. He transferred to 47 Company, Canadian Forestry Corps and landed in France on June 23, 1917. Contracting influenza, he was hospitalized at La Havre, Normandy on December 24, 1918 and on January 21, 1919 transferred to Base Depot at Sunningdale, England for return to Canada. On return to Canada he was discharged on demobilization at Halifax on March 21, 1919.