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Herbert Thomas Gornall
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Herbert Thomas Gornall Captain and Chaplain Chaplain Services December 4, 1884 Northampton, England July 8, 1918 Halifax, NS Amherst, NS 34 5 feet, 7 inches dark brown brown Married Clergyman Methodist Lucy Amy Gornall (Wife) Amherst, NS July 10, 1957 (Hansport, NS) Captain and Chaplain Gornall served in Canada, England and France with the Canadian Chaplain Services, attached to No 15 Canadian General Hospital, the 13th Reserve Battalion, the 4th Canadian Divisional Headquarters and the 85th Battalion. He returned to England from his service in France on May 5, 1919 and left England for Canada on May 31, 1919. He was discharged from his military service on demobilization at Halifax, on January 27, 1920. Rev. Herbert Thomas Gornall was Paster of the Wesleyan Church, in Yarmouth during the 1920s. He conducted the funeral services for Private Raymond Dalton Suttie on September 29, 1922 at Yarmouth, NS.