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Soldier Information Cards - World War One
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.