Leslie Ahkewenzie Image

Name

Private Leslie Ahkewenzie

Born

1891-01-24

From

Occupation

Labourer

Religion

Methodist

Death

1918-08-08

Where Died

Amiens, France

Killed

Died of wounds

Cemetery

Monument




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Service Record 1


Regimental Number

652156

Highest Rank

Private

Conflict

Battalion

Wounded Date

1918-08-08

Wounds

Gun Shot Wound to the Neck


Service Record 2


Regimental Number

652156

Highest Rank

Private

Conflict

Battalion

Company

Enlisted

Enlistment Date

1916-04-04

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Notes

Leslie Ahkewenzie's name is listed on the Saugeen First Nation portion of the Southampton Cenotaph.




Sources & Links

History of the County of Bruce Vol. 2
Gaffen, Fred. Forgotten Soldiers. Penticton: Theytus Books Ltd., 1985. Print.
- Library & Archives Canada
- War Graves Commission
- Book of Remembrance
- Canadian Virtual War Memorial



News Clippings


Leslie Ahkewenzie Enlistment Card 160th Bruce Battalion
Leslie Ahkewenzie Enlistment Card 160th Bruce Battalion

"In honoured memory of the men of Southampton and Saugeen Reserve," 1922, p. 7

"In honoured memory of the men of Southampton and Saugeen Reserve," cover

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