ASCOTT, Arthur John

ASCOTTArthur John1884-07-03EnglandLABRADOR189713Barnardo Homes1915-12-07Regina, Saskatchewan1916-09-1632Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regt.)Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, FranceIndex of Home Children who died in the First World War his military Will he states he leaves any monies to his mother Mrs. Alice Row, No. 2 Chase Side Place, Enfield Middlesex England.LAC site has two people listed with the same regimental number a Rayner, Arthur John Ascott, Arthur John (see): P.P.C.L.I. Son of Mrs. Alice Row (formerly Ascott) of 250 Camberwell New Rd., London, England. Original overseas unit: 68th Battalion. Joined the P.P.C.L.I. in the field June 10, 1916. Killed near Courcelette September 15, 1916. Note the discrepancy between the date given by the CWGC and this information. (Source: Ralph Hodder-Williams, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry 1914 - 1919, Volume Two, page 99). Saskatchewan,%20ARTHUR%20JOHN