Goss, Luke George Jr.: Service no. 880610

Friend of Percy Lemmon and son to Luke George Goss Sr. (189837) and brother to William Henry Goss (880838).

Friend of Percy Lemmon and son to Luke George Goss Sr. (189837) and brother to William Henry Goss (880838).

Digitized Service Record

Friend of Percy Lemmon and son to Luke George Goss Sr. (189837) and brother to William Henry Goss (880838).

Excerpt from IODE Books of Remembrance

Private Luke George Goss went overseas with the 186th Battalion March 28th,1918 [sic], training at Bramshott Camp until September 8th, 1917, when he proceeded to France drafted to the 18th Battalion. He served until January 10th, 1918, when he was admitted to hospital with blood poisoning in the left arm,  and returned to England January 22nd. After convalescence he was sent to Witley for discharge and left for Canada December 8th, 1918, arriving at Halifax December 14th.

Private Luke George Goss received his honourable discharge January 19th, 1919, being medically unfit for further military service, and due to demobilization.

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