We remember David Fram

We remember David Fram

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Timeline

Timeline

1889
birth McLaughlin Road, Westmorland County, New Brunswick Canada Source:5921092 Source:9228509 20th May 1889
1912
marriage Queenie Fram Source:9228605 1912
1913
children Edna Ellen Fram Source:9228509 1913
1914
dates Age 25 Source:9228509 4th August 1914
1915
children Harry Edward Fram Source:9228509 1915
1916
location 56 Downing Street, Moncton, New Brunswick Canada their own address Source:9228509 27th March 1916
1916
employment Carpenter Not known Moncton, New Brunswick Canada Source:9228509 28th March 1916
1916
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 832503 Canadian Infantry 145th Battalion (New Brunswick) Source:9228509 28th March 1916 - 6th October 1918
1916
enlistment Moncton, New Brunswick Canada Source:9228509 28th March 1916
1916
dates Age 26 Source:9228509 28th March 1916
1916
hospitalisation Haematuria ["the presence of blood in urine" Wikipedia] Hospital/Institution Source:9228509 20th August 1916 - 25th August 1916
1916
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 832503 Alberta Regiment 9th (Reserve) Battalion attached Canadian Casualty Assembly Centre Source:9228509 7th October 1916 - 3rd November 1917
1917
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:9228509 20th May 1917 - 27th April 1919
1917
children Kathrine Fram Source:9228509 1917
1917
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 832503 Canadian Forestry Corps 38th Company Source:9228509 4th November 1917 - 22nd December 1918
1918
dates Age 29 Source:9228509 11th November 1918
1918
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 832503 Canadian Infantry 44th Battalion (Manitoba) Source:9228509 23rd December 1918 - 6th June 1919
1919
discharge Source:9228509 6th June 1919
1919
dates Age 30 Source:9228509 6th June 1919
1919
location 5 Euston Street, Moncton, New Brunswick Canada their own address Source:9228509 7th June 1919
1921
dates Age 31 Source:9228605 1st June 1921
1921
location Westmorland, New Brunswick Canada their own address Source:9228605 1st June 1921

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names David
Initials D
Last Name Fram
Source 9228509
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
5 Euston Street, Moncton, New Brunswick Canada their own address known 7th June 1919
56 Downing Street, Moncton, New Brunswick Canada their own address known 27th March 1916
Westmorland, New Brunswick Canada their own address known 1st June 1921
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
Canadian Expeditionary Force 832503 Canadian Infantry 145th Battalion (New Brunswick) Private
Canadian Expeditionary Force 832503 Alberta Regiment 9th (Reserve) Battalion attached Canadian Casualty Assembly Centre Private
Canadian Expeditionary Force 832503 Canadian Forestry Corps 38th Company Private
Canadian Expeditionary Force 832503 Canadian Infantry 44th Battalion (Manitoba) Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Children
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Edna Ellen Fram daughter 1913
Harry Edward Fram son 1915
Kathrine Fram daughter 1917
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Tracey Fram mother
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Queenie Fram wife 1912
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
Medium Greyish blue Brown
DateHeightSource
1916-03-28 5'9"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1916-03-28 Presbyterian - inc Church of Scotland

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Official Records

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Canadian Attestation Papers

External Evidence

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Service Record 832503 David Fram - Canadian Expeditionary Force Keith22624
Ancestry.com 1921 Canadian Census Keith22624

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Canadian Expeditionary Force Keith22624

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