In memory of

Corporal

Arthur Gilding

who died on 13 Sep 1916


Service details
  Conflict
  Service Army
  Unit 8th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment
  Rank Corporal
  Service number 440345
  Date of death 19160913
  Cause of death died of wounds
Narrative history
  440345 Corporal (8th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment) Arthur Gilding (b.1892) of Saskatoon(?) died 19160913 of his wounds and is buried at Puchevillers British cemetery northeast of Amiens, Somme, France. He was the son of Daniel and Mary J. Gilding of Bottesford, Leicestershire, England. Arthur was working as a butcher when he enlisted at Saskatoon in 1915.
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  Saskatchewan rural municipality for commemoration 344 - Corman Park
  Cemetery or memorial location Puchevillers British cemetery, Somme, France    

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Personal information
  Date of birth 18920314
  Place of birth Bottesford, Leicestershire, England    (Please click here for map.)
  Date of enlistment 19150512
  Place of enlistment Saskatoon    (Please click here for map.)
  Residence on enlistment Saskatoon    (Please click here for map.)
  Occupation butcher
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