McMullen, Leanord Calvin: Service no. 844831

CVWM Page

Digitized Service Record

Source:  Sarnia Remembrance Project

Circumstances of Casualty

“Killed in Action”

While sleeping in his funk hole in a front line trench, near Neuville Vitasse in the early morning of May 25th, 1918, he was killed by an enemy “fish tail” bomb that dropped near him.

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Source: Regimental Rogue.

PTE LEONARD C. McMULLEN. SARNIA

Enlisted with the 149th Battalon, on February 4th, 1916. Transferred to 18th Battalion. Killed in action at Arras, May 25th, 1918. Buried in Wailly Orchard Cemetery, Arras, France. Age 20 years. Pte. McMullen was a all-round athlete, also a great reader and musician. He was a popular member and willing working in all branches connected with the Devine St. Methodist Church, Sarnia.

From his bereaved Mother.

Honor Roll Devine Street Methodist Church, Sarnia Rev, Dr. Knowles

Honor Roll
Devine Street Methodist Church, Sarnia
Rev, Dr. Knowles

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“Killed in Action” While sleeping in his funk hole in a front line trench, near Neuville Vitasse in the early morning of May 25th, 1918, he was killed by an enemy “fish tail” bomb that dropped near him.

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