In memory of

Private

Clarence Ormond Freeman

who died on 21 Aug 1918


Service details
  Conflict WWI
  Service Army
  Unit 18th Battalion, Western Ontario Regiment
  Rank Private
  Service number 1045620
  Date of death 19180821
  Cause of death died of wounds
Narrative history
  1045620 Private (18th Battalion, Western Ontario Regiment) Clarence Ormond Freeman (b.1889) of Detroit, Michigan, died 19180821 of wounds sustained in the battle of Amiens and is buried at Abbéville communal cemetery extension, Somme, France. He was the son of Esther Freeman of Lethbridge, Alberta. Clarence was born at Grenfell and was an automotive repairman when he enlisted at Windsor, Essex Co., Ontario, early in 1917, leaving a wife Dorothy Emily who later moved to Montana.
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  Saskatchewan rural municipality for commemoration 154 - Elcapo
  Cemetery or memorial location Abbéville communal cemetery, Somme, France    

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Personal information
  Date of birth 18890505
  Place of birth Grenfell    
  Date of enlistment 19170125
  Place of enlistment Windsor, Essex Co, Ontario    
  Residence on enlistment Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan    
  Occupation mechanic
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