We remember Willard Apperly Porter

We remember Willard Apperly Porter

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Timeline

1889
birth Cambridge, Massachusetts United States Source:6107684 Source:9354321 23rd July 1889
1914
dates Age 25 Source:9354321 4th August 1914
1916
location Kentville, Kings County, Nova Scotia Canada parents address Source:9354321 8th May 1916
1916
employment Civil Engineer Not known Kentville, Kings County, Nova Scotia Canada Source:9354321 9th May 1916
1916
enlistment Wolfville, Kings County, Nova Scotia Canada Source:9354321 9th May 1916
1916
dates Age 26 Source:9354321 9th May 1916
1916
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 283527 219th Highland Battalion (Nova Scotia) Source:9354321 9th May 1916 - 3rd February 1917
1916
marriage Lulu Porter nee de Blois Source:9354321 15th August 1916 - 21st December 1965
1917
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Serjeant 283527 5th [Depot] Battalion Corps of Canadian Railway Troops Source:9354321 4th February 1917 - 8th April 1917
1917
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:9354321 24th February 1917 - 29th January 1919
1917
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Lieutenant 283527 5th [Depot] Battalion Corps of Canadian Railway Troops Source:9354321 9th April 1917 - 7th April 1919
1918
dates Age 30 Source:9354321 11th November 1918
1919
dates Age 30 Source:9354321 7th April 1919
1919
discharge Source:9354321 7th April 1919
1919
location Box 222, Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia Canada their own address Source:9354321 8th April 1919
1966
dates Age 77 Source:9354321 18th December 1966
1966
death Not War Related Williard Apperly Porter died in the Blanchard-Fraser Memorial Hospital in Kentville, Nova Scotia over 40 years after the ending of the Great War. He was 77. Kentville, Nova Scotia Canada Source:9354321 18th December 1966
sibling Lois A Porter Source:9354321

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Willard Apperly
Initials WA
Last Name Porter
Source 9354321
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
Box 222, Bear River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia Canada their own address known 8th April 1919
Kentville, Kings County, Nova Scotia Canada parents address known 8th May 1916
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
Canadian Expeditionary Force 283527 219th Highland Battalion (Nova Scotia) Private
Canadian Expeditionary Force 283527 5th [Depot] Battalion Corps of Canadian Railway Troops Serjeant
Canadian Expeditionary Force 283527 5th [Depot] Battalion Corps of Canadian Railway Troops Lieutenant
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Willard Eaton Porter father
Gertrude Porter nee Apperly mother
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Lois A Porter sister
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Lulu Porter nee de Blois wife 15th August 1916
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
Dark Blue Black
DateHeightSource
1916-05-09 6'0"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1916-05-09 Baptist

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Official Records

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Canadian Attestation Papers

External Evidence

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Library and Archives of Canada entry for 283527 Williard Apperly Porter - CEF Keith22624
Billion Graves website entry for Willard Eaton Porter Keith22624

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5th Battalion Canadian Railway Troops Keith22624

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