James Westley (a.k.a. James Wesley) Haug Image

Name

Private James Westley (a.k.a. James Wesley) Haug

Born

1891-08-01

From

Occupation

Mason

Religion

Methodist

Death

1916-11-10

Where Died

Cemetery

Monument







Service Record 1


Regimental Number

652110

Highest Rank

Private

Conflict

Battalion

Company

Enlisted

Enlistment Date

1916-03-29



Artefacts, Photographs & Resources

Visit the Online Collections of Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, through the link below, for more information and artefacts related to this soldier.


Online Collections Link




Notes

Accidentally hit by an Army motor truck while marching with Tiverton Platoon.




Sources & Links

a) 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. Pri
b) McLeod, Norman. “The History of the County of Bruce 1907-1968”, vol 2, Bruce County Historical Society, 1969. Print.
- Library & Archives Canada
- War Graves Commission
- Book of Remembrance
- Canadian Virtual War Memorial



News Clippings


160th Battalion Enlistment Card
160th Battalion Enlistment Card
James Wesley Haug
James Wesley Haug
J.W. Haug death notice
J.W. Haug death notice
Bramshott cemetery gravemarker
Bramshott cemetery gravemarker
Bramshott cemetery
Bramshott cemetery
Paisley Advocate, Nov. 22, 1916
Paisley Advocate, Nov. 22, 1916
McKechnie letter referencing Haug, Walkerton Telescope, Dec. 7, 1916
McKechnie letter referencing Haug, Walkerton Telescope, Dec. 7, 1916
West Sussex Gazette, November 16, 1916
West Sussex Gazette, November 16, 1916