Serjeant Frederick Bee

Serjeant Frederick Bee served in the Canadian Forestry Corps during WW1. He is entitled to the British War medal and the Victory medal

His War Service Badge class “A” number 223295 and enlistment number was # 763037

Born on March 7th, 1880 in Tickhill, York England

Trade : farmer         Religion : Church of England     Status : Single

Hair: brown             Eyes : grey         Weight : 156lbs     Height : 5′ 8″

1881 United Kingdom census : Living in Tickhill, York, England

Father : John Bee (painter)                  Mother : Eliza Bee

Sister : Ada bee (servant)                      Brother : Henry Bee (clerk)

Sister : Lizzie (scholar)           Brother : Walter          Brother : Joseph

Sister : Lilian                            Sister : Ethel

1901 United Kingdom census Living at 269 Tudor road in Leicester

Trade : Railway goods porter

December 13th, 1915 : Enlisted in the 122nd battalion in Brauledge, Ontario

Name of the brother : Henry Bee           Address : Kirby, Muxloc, Leitheishire

May 28th, 1917 : Embarked on S.S. Olympic in Halifax. Arrived in England on June 8th

June 27th : Transferred to the 43rd company Canadian Forestry Corps

June 28th : Landed in France

June 26th : Appointed Lance-corporal

September 25th : Confirmed in the rank of sergeant

March 14th, 1918 : 10 days leave

November 30th : Injured accidentally (right ankle)

January 11th, 1919: Transferred to England

July 4th  : Discharged in Toronto, Ontario

If you know more information on this gentleman, please leave me message so I can add it to his small biography

Serjeant Bee WW1 medals

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