Source: April 1918 casualty.
PTE. FRED ELDRIDGE
Official notice was received by Mrs.Eldridge to the effect that her husband, Pte. Fred Eldridge, late of 37 Could st., had been killed in action on April 4th. He enlisted with the “Pals” Battalion, later being transferred to another unit before going overseas. Prior to enlisting Pte. Eldgridge was employed on the steamer Dalhousie City. he had four brothers, two of whom where killed in action.
Toronto Evening Telegram. April 16, 1918.
PTE. F. ELDRIDGE KILLED
Pte. Fred Eldridge, 37 Could street, was killed in action on April 4. He enlisted with the “Pals” Battalion but transferred to another unit before going overseas. He was previously employed on the steamer Dalhousie City. Two brothers are now overseas and two more have been killed in action. Pte. Eldridge is married and his wive lives at the above address.
Toronto Star. April 18, 1918.