Parker, Arthur Cuthbert: Service no. 675437

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Arthur Cuthbert Parker was born Jan. 21, 1895,son of Frederick W. Parker,  in East Zorra Township. A farmer, at the time of his enlistment, on Feb. 1, 1916, he gave his address as RR 5, Em­bro. He died Nov. 10, 1917, at Paschen­dale, Belgium. His name is on a grave marker in North Embro Cemetery.

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Arthur Cuthbert Parker: Service no. 675437

Private Arthur Cuthbert Parker, reg. no, 675437. Source: Daily Sentinel-Review. December 11, 1917. Page 1.

PTE. ARTHUR PARKER whose parents live in West Zorra, was killed only a few weeks after he went to the front. He went overseas with the 168th battalion. He missed on opportunity of going to France with a draft, being ill with jaundice at the time of the final inspection. He crossed the channel on May 28 last, and since that time had been on leave with trench rheumatism.

 

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