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Aubrey Eugene Nickerson
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Aubrey Eugene Nickerson 3181164 85 Private 1st Depot Battalion NS; 85th Battalion June 12, 1889 Yarmouth NS March 20, 1918 Halifax Yarmouth NS 28 5 feet, 4 inches dark dark brown brown Single Methodist Machinist Prince W. Nickerson (Father) Yarmouth NS November 21, 1925 (aged 36) Mountain Cemetery, Yarmouth NS Aubrey Nickerson was the son of Prince William Nicerson (1858-1921) and Emma (Harris) Nickerson (1856- 1925) of Yarmouth. Private Nickerson arrived in England on the SS Metagama on April 19, 1918 and was assigned to the 17th Reserve Battalion.  At Bramshott Camp in England he was transferred to the 85th Battalion in France on September 11, 1918 and joined the unit in the field on September 29, 1918 On April 29, 1919 he returned to England and proceeded to Canada on May 31, 191 and was discharged at Halifax on June 15, 1919. In the years following the war, Aubrey Nickerson was a Jeweller in Yarmouth.