Etc. -- Bernard Sohier Killed in Action, 1916
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The following transcription is of a page 1 article in the 28 Sep 1916 
issue of the Simcoe Reformer. [Some paragraph breaks inserted by 
the transcriber]


The casualty lists this week contain the name of Private Bernard Sohier killed in action.

He enlisted last year in the county's third contingent. He crossed to England in October 1915.

Private [sic] Sohier was 23 years of age and a native of 
St. Helier, in the Island of Jersey. Three brothers came here some four or five years ago.

Bernard lived for a time with his uncle, Mr. J. K. Perrett of Townsend. Latterly he worked for Dr. Bennetto.

The other two brothers are in the 133rd Battalion at Camp Borden, Sergt. Adolph and Pte. Henri.

From page 1 of the 2 Aug 1917 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.


Bernard Sohier of Simcoe was killed in action 
Sept. 11th, 1916. Aged 22 years.
His brothers, Henri, of the Bank of Commerce staff, 
and Adolph of Simcoe, are now fighting in France.

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

Bernard Sohier

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