James Whitmore Hopkins Image

Name

Private James Whitmore Hopkins

Born

1896-01-21

From

Occupation

Farmer

Religion

Methodist

Death

1974-10-19

Monument







Service Record 1


Regimental Number

651144

Highest Rank

Private

Conflict

Battalion

Company

Enlisted

Enlistment Date

1915-12-29

Wounded Date

1918-08-28

Wounds

Gunshot wound left hand - Hand amputated 1918/09/07

Wounded Where

Arras, France

Discharge Date

1920-02-12

Discharge Cause

Medically unfit.



Sources & Links

James, F. Treve and 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 and Johnston, 1934. Print.
- Library & Archives Canada



News Clippings


Tobermory Memorial postcard (Pub. Irwin Specialty Co.)
Tobermory Memorial postcard (Pub. Irwin Specialty Co.)
Canadian Echo Wiarton, September 8, 1918
Canadian Echo Wiarton, September 8, 1918
Canadian Echo Wiarton, February 5, 1919
Canadian Echo Wiarton, February 5, 1919