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Soldier Information Cards - World War One
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Item
Date Range
1919-1921
Collection
Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Scope and Content
A white index card containing name, rank and military history of a soldier of Waterloo County. Card also included a photograph and a red cross.
Clement, David Ward Aviation Gunner. Enlisted with 118th Battalion of North Waterloo as a private
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Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
WW1_C_126
Material Details
Cards
Physical Description
20.6 cm (W) X 15.5 cm (H)
30.7 cm (W) X 25.5 cm (H) with mat/border
Language
English
Date Range
1919-1921
Citation
Kitchener Public Library - Soldier Information Card Collection - World War One
Scope and Content
A white index card containing name, rank and military history of a soldier of Waterloo County. Card also included a photograph and a red cross.
Storage Location
SIC WW1 Box 1
Name Access
Clement, David Ward
Clement, E. P. (Mr.)
Clement, E. P. (Mrs.)
Subject Access
Military life
Soldiers
World War One, 1914-1918
118th Battalion
Imperial Forces
5th Royal Highlanders
42nd Royal Highlanders
Place
Borden, Ontario, Canada [Place of military training]
London, Ontario, Canada [Place of military training]
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada [Place of education and enlistment]
Aire-sur-la-Lys, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France [Place of burial]
Republic of France, France, France [Place of military service and death]
Toronto, Ontario, Canada [Place of education]
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada [Place of birth and education]
Geographic Access
Borden, Ontario
London, Ontario
Waterloo (Regional Municipality), Ontario
Aire-sur-la-Lys, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
France
Toronto, Ontario
Kitchener, Ontario
Copyright Status
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
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Source Organization
Kitchener Public Library
Collection
Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Transcription
Clement, David Ward Aviation Gunner. Enlisted with 118th Battalion of North Waterloo as a private. He went with his Battalion to London, to Camp Borden and back again to London. He transferred to 5th Royal Highlanders of Montreal. After service in France he transferred again to 42nd Highlanders and last to the Imperial Aviation Corps. Methodist. He was born in Kitchener, September 2, 1897 and educated at the Public Schools of Kitchener and the Collegiate Institute of Kitchener and Waterloo. Also at St. Andrew's College, Toronto. He went overseas December 1916 and to France in February 1917. He served there with 42nd Highlanders until July 1917 when he entered the Imperial Aviation corps and qualified as Aviation Gunner and Observer. He was killed on Sunday, December 2, 1917 in a collision of flying machines in France. He was buried at Aire, Pas de Calais, France. Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Clement, 51 Benton Street, Kitchener.
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Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Description Level
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Date Range
1919-1921
Collection
Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Scope and Content
A white index card containing the name, rank and military history of a soldier of Waterloo County. Card also includes a red slash.
as a private in the 118th Battalion Oct. 6th 1915. He trained at Kitchener and Camp Borden, and transferred
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Part Of
Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Description Level
Item
Accession Number
WW1_M_207
Material Details
Cards
Physical Description
9.8 cm (W) X 14 cm (H)
17.5 cm (W) X 22.7 cm (H) with mat/border
Language
English
Date Range
1919-1921
Citation
Kitchener Public Library - Soldier Information Card Collection - World War One
Scope and Content
A white index card containing the name, rank and military history of a soldier of Waterloo County. Card also includes a red slash.
Storage Location
SIC WW1 Box 3
Name Access
Miller, Armond
Miller, Adam
Miller, Adam (Mrs.)
Subject Access
Military life
Soldiers
World War One, 1914-1918
Vimy Ridge
Passchendael
118th Battalion
Soldiers -- Wounds and injuries
64th Battalion
Place
Canada, Canada, Canada [Place of residence]
Winchester, England, United Kingdom [Place of military service]
Shorncliffe Camp, England, United Kingdom [Place of military training]
Salisbury Plain, England, United Kingdom [Place of military training]
Vimy, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France [Place of military service and wounding]
Passendale, Flanders, Belgium [Place of military service]
Guelph, Ontario, Canada [Place of military service]
Base des Forces canadiennes Borden, Ontario, Canada [Place of military training]
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada [Place of military training]
Geographic Access
Canada
Winchester, England
Shorncliffe Camp, England
Salisbury, England
Vimy, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Passendale, Flanders, Belgium
Guelph, Ontario
Base des Forces canadiennes Borden, Ontario
Kitchener, Ontario
Copyright Status
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Reproductions
If you would like to obtain a digital or print copy of this image, please see KPL's Photographic Reproduction Policy at http://www.kpl.org/localhistory/photographs
Source Organization
Kitchener Public Library
Collection
Soldier Information Cards - World War One
Transcription
Miller, Armond Private. Pte. Armond Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller, St. Jacobs, enlisted as a private in the 118th Battalion Oct. 6th 1915. He trained at Kitchener and Camp Borden, and transferred to the 64th Battalion at Guelph in Oct. 1916 and left for overseas on the Olympic, Jan. 12th 1917. He trained in England at Shorncliffe and Salisbury Plain and crossed to France on Sept. 15th 1917. He saw active service at Passchendaele and Vimy Ridge, where he was wounded on April 14th 1918 by a gunshot in the left arm. He was transferred to various hospitals in England and was at Winchester on Armistice Day 1918. He returned to Canada on the Olympic the 28th of June, and received his discharge Feb. 10th, 1919.
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