Giffin, Spencer Harrington:
Born July 18, 1898 at Isaac’s Harbour, son of Stephen M. & Catherine (Dillon) Giffin.
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Guysborough. Transferred to 85th Battalion on November 6, 1917. Transferred to Canadian Machine Gun Corps on April 19, 1918. Assigned to 4th Battalion Canadian Machine Gun Corps on June 2, 1918. Hospitalized (tonsillitis and influenza) in France on August 21, 1918 and invalided to England. Discharged at Halifax on February 11, 1919.
Post-war: Married Pauline Jean Frances Campbell. Passed away at Isaac’s Harbour in February 1989.
Henderson, Harry Wallace:
Born November 13, 1899 at New Harbour, son of Andrew William & Carrie Elizabeth (Luddington) Henderson.
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Guysborough. Due to his age, Harry remained at Halifax for winter 1916-17. Transferred to No. 3 Nova Scotia Forestry Company in April 1917 and departed for England in June 1917. Transferred to No. 115 Company, Canadian Forestry Corps after arriving in England in July 1917. Service in England with CFC.
Post-war: Married Gussie Lorinda Luddington on February 28, 1934. Passed away at Guysborough Memorial Hospital on October 15, 1983 and laid to rest in Riverside Cemetery, New Harbour.
Enlistment: 193rd Battalion at Guysborough. Due to his age, Herman remained in Halifax for winter 1916-17. Transferred to No. 1 Nova Scotia Forestry Company in April 1917, No further service information available, although Herman likely accompanied Harry Henderson to England, as the two enlisted together—their attestation numbers are consecutive.
Post-war: Married Vivian Hayward at Amherst, NS on March 31, 1921 and subsequently moved to the United States, raising a family of two children. Passed away at Dearborn, MI on May 27, 1976 and laid to rest in Parkview Memorial Cemetery, Livonia, MI.