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Frank Muise
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Frank Muise 733953 Private 112th Battalion January 8, 1898 (actual year of birth 1900) Quinan, Yarmouth Co., NS February 18, 1916 Yarmouth NS Yarmouth, NS 18 (actual age 16) 5 feet 3 inches (at enlistment) dark black brown 29th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery, Yarmouth (Recruit) Single Roman Catholic Farmer Mrs May Elizabeth Muise (Mother), Pembroke Shore, NS Frank Muise was the son of William and Elizabeth Muise of Pembroke, Yarmouth Co., NS. He enlisted at Yarmouth with the 112th Battalion. Her trained in Canada until July, 1916 when on July 23, 1916 he embarked Canada at Halifax, disembarking at Liverpool England on July 31, 1916. He sailed on the SS Olympic. On August 17, 1916 he was admitted to the isolation Hospital at Aldershot having contracted mumps. He was discharged on September 12, 1916. He was transferred to the 26th Reserve Battalion on February 2, 1917 at Bramshott and his actual age was determined to be sixteen at enlistment on February 5, 1918. He was then transferred to the 17th Canadian Reserve Battalion on October 15, 1917. On February 18, 1918 he was awarded a good conduct badge. He was discharged on demobilization at Halifax on July 18, 1919 having served in Canada and England.