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Angus Francis Trefry
Angus Francis Trefry 3180581 Private 1st Depot Battalion NS April 11, 1895 Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS February 25, 1918 Halifax NS 22 Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS 5 feet, 6½ inches Dark Hazel Brown Farmer Single Baptist Erven Trefry (Father), Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS July 13, 1919 (Halifax on demobilization) 1990 Angus Francis Trefry was the son of Erven Caleb Trefry [1874-1932] and Elizabeth (White) Trefry [1877-1962] of Springhaven, Yarmouth Co., NS. A brother, Roy Clerman Trefry, also served during WWI. Private Trefry enlisted at Halifax on February 25, 1918. During his training in Canada he contracted measles and was hospitalized for forty-seven days. On August 2, 1918 he embarked at Halifax and disembarked at Liverpool, England, on August 16, 1918. He served at Camp Aldershot from August 18, 1918 assigned to the 17th Reserve Battalion. He returned to Canada on the HMT Mauritania on June 28, 1919 and was discharged at Halifax on July 13, 1919. Before going overseas, he married Reta Hurlburt [1895-1979] on May 15, 1918.
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