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Name

Private Matthew Solomon

Born

1896-10-12

From

Occupation

Farmer

Religion

Roman Catholic

Death

1941-08-14

Killed

Died while in service

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Service Record 1


Conflict

Battalion

Wounded Date

1918-10-10

Wounds

Gun shot wounds to left arm

Wounded Where

Cambrai, France


Service Record 2


Conflict

Battalion

Veterans Guard of Canada

Enlistment Date

1940


Service Record 3


Regimental Number

802504

Highest Rank

Private

Conflict

Battalion

Company

Enlisted

Enlistment Date

1915-12-28



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Sources & Links

a) James, F. Treve & Thomas Johnston, eds. “Bruce in Khaki containing a History of the 160th Overseas Bruce Battalion and Complete Nominal Roll of all Men who were at any Time on the Strength of the Battalion.” Chesley: James & Johnston, 1934. Print.;
b) Article: Pte. Solomon : The Fred Dumin, Fred. Veterans' Guard of Canada, and the Memorial Cross. Military Collectors Club of Canada Journal, 17.4 (1980) 13-25.
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This section, including captions, is a work in progress, with an expected completion date of Dec. 31, 2019. Please contact us with any questions about these images: archives@brucecounty.on.ca; 519-797-2080.


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Matthew Solomon Mandawoub
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p85, Matthew Solomon, John H. Yahba, David Mitchell
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Bruce in Khaki book
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Solomon, Matthew

Solomon page of nominal roll in "Bruce in Khaki"

160th Battalion Enlistment card

Matthew Solomon Mandawoub

Matthew Solomon, John Henry Yahba, David Mitchell

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