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Name: Service No Rank Battalion/Service Date of Birth: Place of Birth: Date of Enlistment: Age at Enlistment: Place of Enlistment: Address at Enlistment: Height: Complexion: Eye Colour: Hair Colour: Previous Military: Martial Status: Trade: Religion Next of Kin: Date of Discharge: Date of Death: Cemetery: Additional Information:
Eric J. Burrell 85919 Corporal 17th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery July 5, 1892 Yarmouth NS November 28, 1914 22 Fredericton, NB Yarmouth NS 5 feet, 10 inches blond blue brown 29th Battery CFA Single Land Surveyor Wesleyan Bertha Gordon Burrell (Mother) Yarmouth North, NS June 12, 1918 July 19, 1932 Mountain Cemetery, Yarmouth, NS Eric Burrell was the son George Judson Burrell (1857- 1927) and Bertha Gordon (Prout) Burrell (1866- 1939) of Yarmouth, NS. Eric Arrived in France on January 19, 1916. He was hospitalized after September 29, 1916 and transferred to England in January 1917 suffering from bronchitis and tuberculous. He was invalided to Canada and discharged June 12, 1918.
Eric J. Burrell
photo: Wartime Heritage 2018