Born on November 17th, 1893 in Iroquois, Ontario
Enlisted on January 5th, 1917 in Kingston, Ontario.
Height : 5′ 7″ weight : 150 lbs.
Presbyterian Eyes : Blue
Sailed for England on February 8th, 1917.
Entered West Cliff Hospital in Folkestone on February 22nd, 1917
Dangerously hill on March 2nd, 1917. Slightly improved on March 6th, 1917.
Note from the medical report “N/S has now recovered from acute capillary bronchitis”
Proceeded overseas for duty on July 26th, 1917.
Entered the 14th British Stationary Hospital in Boulogne on November 8th, 1918.
Returned to England on December 1st, 1918.
Mention in Despatch on December 31st, 1918 (London Gazette 31089)
Sailed to Canada on February 15th, 1919.
Posted to the Queen Military hospital in Kingston on May 22nd, 1919.
Posted to Cobourg military hospital in Kingston on July 31st, 1919.
Demobilised on April 26th, 1920.
Died on June 22nd, 1956.
The idea behind thisis to tell the story of men and women who showed great courage and devotion in a situation where insanity was the norm. Gradually I will add stories of men and women who served with Scots Guards, Canadian Forces and the Medical Corps during many of the wars of the last 150 years. With this website I just hope that their story is not just file at the National Archives in Ottawa or in United Kingdom
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- Canada WW1 recruitment poster - part 1
- Private James Stuart
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