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Private Bernard Hatfield Hurlburt
Bernard Hatfield Hurlburt 2265311 Sapper 2nd Canadian Division Signal Company October 18, 1896 Tusket, Yarmouth Co, NS March 27, 1917 20 Height: 5 feet, 6 inches Complexion: Dark Eyes: Brown Hair: Dark Brown Halifax NS Yarmouth, NS Single Surveyor Methodist Mr. C Ray Hurlbert (Father), Tusket, Yarmouth Co, NS May 25, 1919 (on demobilization) Bernard enlisted with the Signal Training Depot at Halifax. He sailed for England on the SS Olympic arriving there on May 7, 1917. On September 17, 1918 he was wounded (gas poisoning) and proceeded to Witley in England for treatment He was discharged at Halifax on May 25, 1919 on demobilization and returned home to Tusket. Bernard Hurlbert served in England and France. Service Remembered on the Tusket Monument
Name Service Number Rank Service Date of Birth Place of Birth Date of Enlistment Age at Enlistment Place of Enlistment Address at Enlistment Martial Status: Trade Religion: Next of Kin Discharged:
photo: 1912