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Thomas Muise
Thomas Muise 733239 Private 112th Battalion October 15, 1895 Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS December 21, 1915 Yarmouth NS Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS 20 5 feet, 6 inches Dark Black Black 29th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery Yarmouth (Recruit) Farmer Single Roman Catholic Joseph F. Muise (Father) Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS February 11, 1918 (Medical Discharge) April 5, 1970 Our Lady Of Calvary Cemetery, Yarmouth, NS. Private Muise enlisted with the 112th Battalion and trained in Canada until sailing from Halifax on the SS Olympic on July 23, 1916 and disembarked at Liverpool, England on July 31, 1916. In October of 1916 while in training he reported sick on several occasions because of pain in his right foot, knees, and legs. He was admitted to the Ontario Military Hospital at Orpington, Kent and diagnosed with rheumatism. In January of 1917 he was transferred to Hastings for transfer to Canada. He returned to Canada on the SS Scotian on January 27, 1917. On February 5, 1917 he was admitted to Camp Hill Hospital in Halifax, NS until May 1, 1917. He continued as an outpatient at Camp Hill until February 11, 1918 when he was given a medical discharge from service being no longer physically fit for war service. On April 17, 1917 Thomas married Ada Florence Berry. Thomas and Ada had five children, Alfred [b. 1918], Randall Jerry [b. 1920], Beulah Mae [1923-2015], Annie Mae [1926-1986], and Ada Gertrude [1928- 1988]. Thomas died in 1970 and Ada died in 1975. They are buried in Our Lady Of Calvary Cemetery, Yarmouth, NS.
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