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Louis Morris
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Louis Morris 3180521 Private 1st Depot Battalion, NS September 24, 1895 Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS February 22, 1918 Halifax NS Belleville 22 5 feet, 6 inches dark black brown Married Roman Catholic Cotton Mill Worker Lizzie Morris (Wife) Belleville (Married November 1917) December 7, 1918 (Halifax on demobilization) April 6, 1958 Sainte-Anne Parish Cemetery Sainte-Anne-du-Ruisseau, Yarmouth Co., NS Louis Morris was born in Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS the son of Charles Morris and Medline (Doucette) Morris. Prior to his enlistment he was working as a cotton mill worker in Yarmouth. He had married in November 1917. He served in Canada with the 1st Depot Battalion, Nova Scotia at Halifax and Aldershot, NS. During his service he was hospitalized between April 13 and April 22, 1918 with influenza. Louis was discharged on December 7, 1918 on demobilization as a married man. Following discharge he returned to Belleville. During WWII, Louis enlisted and served with the RCAF as a LAC (Service No. R.124587) In 1958, he died, the result of a car accident. Louis was buried on April 10, 1958 in the Sainte-Anne Parish Cemetery. He was predeceased by his wife Elizabeth.