Private Antoine Tetrault, Proceeded overseas with the 186th. Kent Battalion in March 1917, left for France June 14th 1917 joining 18th. Battalion, took part in Hill 70 Battle, Wounded November 11th, 1917 at paschaendale in right shoulder, was sent to Norfolk War Hospital England, December 27 1917. Transferred to 14th Canadian General Hospital, Eastbourne. Transferred to 4th. Reserve, Bramshott then to Rhyl Camp 26th December 1918. Sailed from Southampton on “Olympic” January 11th 1919, arrived at Halifax Nova Scotia, January 17th, 1919.
Discharged at London, Ontario March 14th 1919 being unfit for further Military Service.
Chatham Daily Planet (20-01-1919)
Mitchell's Bay, Ontario
Last Place of Employment
Hadley Lumber Company, Chatham
$4.00 per day
March 22nd, 1910, Chatham, Ontario
April 13th, 1916
Allowance from Patriotic Fund
$17.50 per month
Next of Kin
Wife- Mrs. Louise Tetreault, Chatham, Daughter- Dolvina Tetreault