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Barratt, A. W.

Rank Private
Service # 189375
Unit # 91st, 21st
Resident Northwood
Books Of Rememberance Page Available

Pte. Barratt went overseas with the 91st battalion in June 1916 and after a short training in England proceeded to France and was drafted to “A” Company, 21st Battalion.

He was killed in action July 11, 1917 by a German bomb exploding in the dugout which he and twelve others were occupying.


Cenotaph Chatham and Kent County Cenotaph - Chatham
Sources Chatham Daily Planet (16-08-1917), Chatham Daily Planet (27-09-1919)
Supplemental Information Son: Sidney Barratt Alfred Barratt
Height 5'6"
Eye Colour blue
Age 41
Complexion fair
Hair light brown
Race white
Birthplace Grimsby, Ontario
Religion Methodist
Last Place of Employment Farm Laborer
Marital Status widow
When Enlisted Oct. 30, 1915
Where Enlisted Chatham

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