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Thomas Melville Seeley
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Thomas Melville Seeley Major 112th Battalion July 20, 1864 Central Argyle, Yarmouth Co., NS July 13, 1916 Windsor NS Yarmouth, NS 51 5 feet, 10 inches blue brown 35 years with Canadian Army 11th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery Married Newspaper Publisher Presbyterian Joanna Seeley (Wife), Yarmouth, NS February 18, 1926 (Yarmouth, NS) During 1914, Lieutenant Colonel Seeley served with the 23rd Battery, 6th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery and in 1915 with the 112th Battalion. He arrived in England on July 31, 1916 and transferred from the 112th Battalion to the 26th Reserve Battalion in the rank of Major on February 2, 1917 at Bramshott. He served there until May 12, 1917. He returned to Canada on the SS Olympic on May 21, 1917 and was struck off strength of the Canadian Overseas Military Forces on May 22, 1917. Listed on the Nominal Roll of the 112th Battalion