Etc. -- Ernest Youmans, Killed in Action, 1917
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The following is from page 7 of the 28 Dec 1916 issue of the 
Simcoe Reformer

A letter has come to friends in Renton conveying the information that Pte. Ernest Youmans of the 133rd has been admitted to hospital suffering from pneumonia 

The following is a partial transcript of the Tyrrell column on page 
11 of the 31 May 1917 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.

"Word has been received that Ernest Youmans was killed in action in France. Private Youmans was a member of the 133rd. The sympathy of the community goes out to the  sorrowing family.


A lightly edited partial transcription of a page 1 article in the 
31 May 1917 Waterford Star newspaper.


May 25.--The family at Renton received official notice at noon yesterday that Pte. Ernest Youmans, C. Co. of the former 133rd, has given his life for his country.

He was killed in action in France, on 4 May 1917. Ernest was 24 years of age, and a son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Youmans of Renton.

Illness in England prevented his crossing to France till about Easter. 


Also see Ernest's Attestation Paoer: side 1 | side 2

Ernest Youmans

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