Taylor, George Photo
Rank Private
Service # 880467
Resident Chatham
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Private George Taylor enlisted in 186th. Battalion at Chatham March 13th, 1916 and trained with that unit at London, Camp Borden and Chatham when he was rejected at the final medical inspection and sent to London to join NO.1 Special Service Battalion and served with that unit for five months when he was finally discharged.

Private George Taylor received his discharge July 10th 1917, being medically unfit for further military service.


Sources Chatham Daily Planet (19-03-1917), Chatham Daily Planet (22-06-1917), Chatham Daily News (10-02-1917), Chatham Daily Planet (22-03-1919), Chatham Daily Planet (22-03-1919)
Height 5' 5"`
Eye Colour Blue
Age 32
Complexion Fair
Hair Light Brown
Race White
Birthplace Stratford, Ontario
Religion Anglican
Last Place of Employment Glenn and Son, Chatham, Ontario
Marital Status Married
Marriage Info March 14th, 1910, England
When Enlisted March 13th, 1916
Where Enlisted Chatham, Ontario
Allowance from Patriotic Fund $20.50 per month
Next of Kin Wife- Mrs. Emily Taylor, Chatham, Children

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