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Louis Muise
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Louis Muise 3181610 Private NS Regiment 1st Depot Battalion; 85th Battalion August 1, 1897 Tusket, Yarmouth Co., NS April 13, 1918 Halifax NS Tusket, Yarmouth Co., NS 21 5 feet, 4¾ inches dark brown brown Composite Battalion 1 year, 9 months Labourer Roman Catholic Labourer Kate Muise (grandmother), Tusket, Yarmouth Co., NS Louis Muise embarked for overseas on the SS Valacia at Halifax arrived in Liverpool England on May 7, 1918. He was assigned to the 85th Battalion at Bramshott, England and proceeded to France on October 25, 1918. In France he was transferred to the Labour Pool at Etaples because of a vision problem on November 9, 1918 and returned to England for demobilization at Bramshott on November 23, 1918. Having returned to Canada he was given a medical discharge (vision) on demobilization at Halifax May 24, 1919. His service is remembered on the Tusket War Monument, Tusket, NS