Private Williams Percy Pierce

Private Williams Percy Pierce served in the Canadian Army Medical Corps during WW1. He is entitled to the British War Medal, the Victory Medal. His enlistment number was 524574

War service badge class A : 96142

Born on February 5th, 1894 in Danville, Québec

September 25th, 1915 : Enlisted in the 1st Field ambulance depot (section B) in Vernon, British Columbia

Trade : machinist      Religion : Church of England       Status : single

Height : 5′ 6″          Eyes : hazel       Hair : light

Name of his mother : Virginia Helen Pierce      Address : Granville, New York

March 26th, 1916 : Arrived in England on SS Metagama

April 16th : Sentenced for disobeying a standing order night duty

June 3rd : Arrived in Havre, France

January 20th, 1917 : Admitted to the 9th Canadian Field Ambulance

July 12th : Posted with the 9th Canadian Field Ambulance

February 18th, 1919 : Proceeded to England

March 3rd : Arrived in Montreal

March 19th : Discharged address : Granville New York, USA

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

William Percy Pierce WW1 medals. The Maltese Cross medal is an unknown medal but it look like it is from U.S.A.

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