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Private Scott Boyce Killam
Scott Boyce Killam 283411 Private 219th Battalion/ 85th Battalion March 16, 1895 Malone, New York, US April 8, 1916 20 Height: 5 feet, 7 inches Complexion: Medium Eyes: Brown Hair: Dark Brown Yarmouth, NS Tusket, Yarmouth Co., NS Yarmouth NS Tusket, Yarmouth Co., NS 29th Battery Canadian Field Artillery, Yarmouth (Recruit) Single Teamster Baptist Martin Luther Killam (Father) Tusket, NS Although Scott was born in the United States, the family lived in Canada from the time he was very young. He enlisted with the 219th Battalion at Yarmouth and sailed for England on the SS Olympic on October 12, 1916. He served in France with the 85th Battalion. Between April 9, 1918 and June 18, 1918 he was hospitalized in France with an eye infection. He returned to the field and on September 28, 1918 he was wounded, a gun shot would to the left side and was again hospitalized at Etaples, France. He was transferred to England on April 29, 1919 and returned to Canada on May 31, 1919 sailing on the HMT Adriatic arriving in Halifax on June 7, 1919. He as discharged from service on June 15, 1919 at Halifax on demobilization.
Name Service Number Rank Service Date of Birth Place of Birth Date of Enlistment Age at Enlistment Place of Enlistment Address at Enlistment Previous Military Martial Status: Trade Religion: Next of Kin: Discharged:
photo: 1912