Millward, Andrew (A.) Photo
Rank Private
Service # 880450
Unit # 186th Battalion, 18th Battalion, Army of Occupation, Germany
Resident Wallaceburg
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Pte. Andrew Millward went overseas with the 186th Battalion, training at Bramshott Camp until going to France September 6th, 1917, transferring to the 18th Battalion with which unit he served until April 6th 1918 when he was taken ill with Gastritis and sent to hospital in England, he returned to France again Nov 16th 1918 and was with the Army of occupation in Germany, returning to England Feb 3rd 1919 Arrived at Halifax April 5th 1919.

Discharged at Toronto April 8th 1919 due to demobilisation.


Sources Chatham Daily News (09-04-1919), No Return Ticket - Wallaceburg War Casualties - Alan Mann 2002
Height 6'
Eye Colour Grey
Age 17
Complexion Fair
Hair Brown
Race White
Birthplace Worcestershire, England
Religion Anglican
Last Place of Employment John Murphey, Wallaceburg, Ontario
Average Earnings $ 9.00 per week
Marital Status Single
When Enlisted March 8th, 1916
Where Enlisted Wallaceburg, Ontario
Next of Kin Father- Joseph Millward, Wallaceburg. Mother- Mrs. Elizabeth Millward. Sister- Mrs. A.B. Stander. Brother- Pte. Joseph Millward, Sidney Millward.

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