Private Moise Morin

Private Moise Morin served in the Quebec Regiment. The Quebec Regiment was a depot battalion and those regiments never saw the front line. They were stationned in United Kingdom only and were used to supply men to battalion which were in France and fighting. It was a sort of waiting list before men were sent to France.

Each canadian province had its own depot battalion and on arrival in United Kingdom men were sent to their respective battalion depending the province where they enlisted in Canada.

Private Moise is entitled to the British war medal and his service number was 3380290.

He was born on September 2nd in St-Gabriel, Wolfe County, Quebec

Trade : Farmer

Religion : Roman Catholic    Status : Single     Height : 5′ 6″

Eyes : blue     Hair : brown     Weight : 155 lbs.

Name of his father : Hubert Morin     Address : Saint Alphonse de Stornoway

August 9th, 1918 : He enlisted in Québec City, Québec. Moise Morin was a draftee.

July 28th : He embarked on HMT Pannomia and arrived in England on August 8th.

August 22nd : He transferred to the 10th Reserve Battalion

June 26th, 1919 : He embarked on the SS Baltic in Liverpool, England. He arrived in Halifax on July 4th.

July 6th : He was demobilised

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

Private Moise Morin British War Medal

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