Logan, Hebert John: Service no. 53476

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Brantford Man Killed

The official casualty lists, published this morning in Ottawa contain the name of Private Herbert John Logan, only son of Mrs. Logan, Darling Street, he being reported killed in action. Private Logan who was working in Pittsburgh at the time of the outbreak of the war, returned shortly after to visit his mother in Brantford, and decided to enlist in the 18th Battalion at London. Private Logan was 22 years of age.

Brantford Expositor; October 16, 1915

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"Died of Wounds." In the Field, Belgium. While on duty at a listening post thirty yards in front of our lines, at about 9.30 P.M. September 29th, 1915, he was wounded in the stomach by enemy rifle bullet and died shortly afterwards.

“Died of Wounds.” In the Field, Belgium.
While on duty at a listening post thirty yards in front of our lines, at about 9.30 P.M. September 29th, 1915, he was wounded in the stomach by enemy rifle bullet and died shortly afterwards.

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The Christmas Expositor, December 1915, Brantford, Ontario

The Christmas Expositor, December 1915, Brantford, Ontario

 

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