Ellis, James Fraser:
Born June 11, 1872 at Upper Stewiacke, Colchester County, son of William & Margaret (Fraser) Ellis.
Enlistment: No. 9 Stationary Hospital (StFX Unit) at Antigonish, NS. Married to Ethel (Anderson) Ellis at time of enlistment, James operated a family medical practice at Sherbrooke. Served overseas with No. 7 Stationary Hospital (Dalhousie Unit), Arques, France; A. D. M. S. Office, London; CAMC Depot, Shorncliffe, England; Canadian Convalescent Hospital, Uxbridge, England; and King’s Red Cross Hospital, Bushey Park, England. Discharged from military service on July 25, 1919.
Post-war: Three children (two daughters and one son). Represented Guysborough County in the Nova Scotia Legislative Assembly (1904 - 20) and was Speaker of the House prior to enlistment (1912-16). District Medical Advisor, Camp Hill Hospital, Halifax (1919 - 23). Appointed Board of Pensions Commissioner, Ottawa (1923), a position he held until his death. Passed away at Ottawa, ON on April 3, 1937 and laid to rest in Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa.
Fogarty, Patrick Augustus:
Born January 13, 1886 at Fox Island, son of Matthew & Abigail “Abbie” (Richard) Fogarty.
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Canso, NS. Transferred to 42nd Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada) on December 6, 1916. Wounded (shrapnel - right eye, left arm and hip) on September 12, 1918 at Arras, France and invalided to England. Discharged at Halifax on January 28, 1920.
Post-war: Married Della Richard. Passed away at Charlos Cove on October 7, 1947 and laid to rest in the local cemetery.
Jordan, John Abner:
Born April 9, 1884 at Sherbrooke, son of Thomas & Mary Catherine (Fraser) Jordan.
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Sherbrooke, NS. Declared “medically unfit” on May 4, 1916.
Post-war: Married to Blanche MacDonald at time of enlistment. No further information available.
Jordan, Robert Elisha:
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Guysborough, NS. No additional service information available.
Post-war: Married to Hannah E. Jordan; one son, Fraser, at time of enlistment. Raised a family of seven children. Passed away (tuberculosis) on July 3, 1930 at St. Martha’s Hospital, Antigonish. Laid to rest at Indian Harbour.
O’Brien, James Edward:
Born March 27, 1896 at Canso, son of John J. & Elizabeth (Landry) O’Brien.
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Canso, NS. Transferred to 47th Battalion. Killed in action at Amiens, France on August 11, 1918.