Bonner, Edward (E.) Photo
Rank Private
Service # 2433322
Unit # CE, 1st Forestry
Resident Blenheim
Books Of Rememberance Page Available

Private Edward Bonner transferred to the 186th. Battalion, going overseas with this unit.

Son of Mrs. Frederick Lovell of Blenheim, ON. A single carpenter living in Blenheim. 1 year with  7th F. C. Cdn. Engineers. Attestation 9/05/1917 at London, ON. to No. 1 Forestry Bn. Reported returned from O/S duty.


Sources IODE, Blenheim News Tribune (26-04-1916), Blenheim News Tribune (24-05-1916), Blenheim News Tribune (21-06-1916), Chatham Daily Planet (27-02-1919), Blenheim Freedom Library, In Khaki - Blenheim Enlistment Book, Evergreen Cemetery - Blenheim, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 185 60th Anniversary Book 1930-1990, RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 875 - 9
Height 5' 8''
Eye Colour Blue
Age 40
Complexion Fair
Hair Light Brown
Race White
Birthplace 01/01/1880 Toronto, Ontario
Religion Presbyterian
Last Place of Employment Dr. Marr, Blenheim, Ontario.
Marital Status Single
When Enlisted April 1916
Where Enlisted London, Ontario
Allowance from Patriotic Fund $20.00 per month
Next of Kin Mother- Mrs. Susan Lovell, Blenheim, Ontario. Brother- Thomas Bonner, James Bonner, Joseph Bonner, William Bonner. Sister- Mrs. George Pearson, Mrs. John Radcliffe, Mrs. J.P. Lassans.

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