Etc. -- Fred J. Dorey died of wounds, 1916
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A page 1 in the 15 Nov 1914 issue of the Simcoe Reformer included summary descriptions of those who went overseas from Norfolk in the second contingent. The following is extracted from that article.

Private F. Dorey, 18 years. Born in England. 
Has lived in Simcoe four years. Single.


The following transcription is of a page 12 article in the 25 Jan 1917 
issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper. [Some paragraph breaks inserted by the transcriber]


A cable came yesterday morning stating that Private Frederick John Dorey had died of wounds received in action in France on January 18th.

Pte. Dorey was an elder son of Pte. Fred [A.] Dorey, now with the Bantam Battalion in Hamilton. A brother, Harry, went with the 133rd.

He had only recently written home telling of spending his Christmas leave in England with his brother.

He was only twenty years old. He enlisted  in the Second Contingent, under Lieut. Force, and had been 
in France since August, 1915,

Also see Fred's Attestation Paper: side 1 | side 2

Fred J. Dorey
Photo from microfilm

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