Melville Allen Duff Davis Image

Name

Second Lieutenant Melville Allen Duff Davis

Born

1890-08-26

From

Occupation

Student

Religion

Methodist

Death

1918-05-29

Where Died

Blackpool, England

Killed

Died of wounds

Cemetery

Awards

Military Cross

Monument




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Service Record 1


Regimental Number

490846

Highest Rank

Private

Conflict

Battalion

Company

University of Toronto

Enlisted

Toronto, ON

Enlistment Date

1916-07-26


Service Record 2


Regimental Number

490846

Highest Rank

Second Lieutenant

Conflict

Battalion

King's Royal Rifles

Enlistment Date

1917-01

Prev Exp

Canadian Officers Training Corps, University of Toronto

Wounded Date

1917-09

Wounds

Wounded, Leg amputated

Wounded Where

Mezieres, France



Artefacts, Photographs & Resources

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Notes

Transferred as a candidate as an officer in the Imperial Army January 12, 1917







News Clippings


Gravemarker of Melville Allen Duff Davis at Layton Cemetery, Blackpool England
Gravemarker of Melville Allen Duff Davis at Layton Cemetery, Blackpool England
Melville Allen Duff Davis framed display, RCL #383
Melville Allen Duff Davis framed display, RCL #383
Melville Allen Duff Davis in a group of 15 men in military uniform
Melville Allen Duff Davis in a group of 15 men in military uniform
Biographical sketch
Biographical sketch
Melville Allen Duff Davis framed display, RCL #383
Melville Allen Duff Davis framed display, RCL #383
Milton Davis obituary (A2016.089.002 album)
Milton Davis obituary (A2016.089.002 album)

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