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Vincent Paul Muise
Vincent Paul Muise 1274280 Gunner Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery (CEF) October 18, 1901 Springhaven January 15, 1919 Halifax NS Sandwich Battery, Halifax, NS 19 5 feet, 5½ inches Dark Brown Brown Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery (Active Militiaman) from April 24, 1917 Farmer/Lumberman Single Roman Catholic John B. Muise (Father) Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS January 17, 1919 (Halifax) At enlistment with Canadian Expeditionary Force Vincent was an active militiaman on duty. He first enlisted on April 24, 1917 in Halifax, NS with the Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery. Sandwich Point Battery comprised a series of four gun emplacements, constructed during World War I, one kilometre away from the main fort at York Redoubt to protect the approaches to Halifax Harbour.
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