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Frank Anthony Jacquard
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Frank Anthony Jacquard 666844 Priivate 165th Battalion/NS Forestry Depot March 3, 1878 Yarmouth, NS September 14, 1916   Yarmouth NS Yarmouth, NS 38 5 feet, 2 inches dark black green 29th Battery CFA Yarmouth (2 years) Married Roman Catholic Longshoreman Mrs. Frank A Jacquard (Wife) Main St., Yarmouth NS   March 13, 1936 Frank was the son of Mrs. Lizzie (Elizabeth) Jacquard.  He was married with six children at enlistment, four girls and two boys, ranging in age from one to eleven. He Left Halifax on June 22, 1917 aboard the SS Justicia and arrived in England  on July 4, 1917  and was taken on strength at Base Depot Canadian Forestry Corps at Sunningdale.  He was posted to 59 Company, CFC and arrived in France on July 30, 1917. On August 14, 1917 he was sentenced to ten days, Punishment No 2 for being absent without leave from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm on August 11, 1917. Field Punishment No. 1 entailed labour duties and attachment to a fixed object such as a post  two hours a day. Field Punishment No. 2 differed only in that the soldier was not bound to a fixed object. On December 13, 1917 Frank was appointed as a cook for the Company.  In late September of 1918 he was granted fourteen days leave and returned to the field on October 8, 1918.  He returned from France to England at Sunningdale Depot on December 27, 1918 and embarked for Canada on February 15, 1919 arriving at Halifax on February 25, 1919.  He was forty-one years of age when he was discharged from service on demobilization on March 15, 1919.