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John August Frautten
John August Frautten 4060533 Private 1st Depot Battalion New Brunswick Regiment June 15, 1895 East Quinan, Yarmouth Co., NS May 11, 1918 St. John NB East Quinan, Yarmouth Co., NS 23 5 feet, 4½ inches Dark Brown Brown Farmer Single Roman Catholic Monique Frautten (Mother) East Quinan, Yarmouth Co., NS February 19, 1919 In 1917 John August Frautten was living in Kokadjo, Maine, about fifteen miles north of Greenville and employed as a river driver with Hollingsworth and Whitney Company, a pulp and paper company. He completed a US Draft Registration Form; however, returned to New Brunswick in 1918 where he enlisted with the 1st Depot Battalion New Brunswick Regiment. He went overseas on the SS Ixion arriving in Liverpool, England on August 15, 1918. He served in England and on return to Canada was discharged at Halifax on February 19, 1919.
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