Private Alfred Andrews went to England with the 34th. Battalion in October 1915, proceeding to France in April 1916. He received shrapnel wounds in the thigh and right arm and nerve deafness by shell concussion, was admitted to Hospital in England and invalided to Canada, arriving in Halifax June 7th, 1917.
Private Alfred Andrews was given his honorable discharge July 27th, 1917, being unfit for further military service and probably permanently incapacitated.
Chatham Daily Planet (20-06-1917)
Enfield Highway, England
Last Place of Employment
American Pad and Textile Company, Chatham
$2.25 per day
May 26th, 1901, England
August 24th, 1915
Allowance from Patriotic Fund
$28.00 per month
Next of Kin
Wife- Mrs. Mary Andrews, Chatham. Children- Hetty Andrews, Elizabeth Andrews, G. William Andrews, C. David Andrews, James Andrews.