Private Cuthbert Look Haine served in the Canadian Field Artillery with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces during WW1. He is entitled to the British War Medal only, he never went to France and stayed only in United Kingdom
Born on May 29 th 1890 in Staunton Worcertershire, U. K.
Trade: carpenter Religion: Presbyterian Status: Single
Hair: black Eyes: brown Weight: 165lbs Height: 5’8″
Name of the mother: Emma Haine
Address: 288 2 avenue Niagara Falls, Ontario
1901 : UK census : Listed as living with his family on a farm in Churcham, Gloucestire
Father : Edmund Mother : Emma
He had one sister Eva and three brothers Bruce, Howard and Percy
1908 : Immigrated to Canada
1910 Border Crossing card
1917 May 5th: Enlisted in Toronto, Ontario in 69th battery in Toronto, Canada
November 24th : Embarked on H.M.T. Megantic in Halifax. Arrived in England on December 7th
1918 : February 15th : Hospitalized at the 12th Canadian General Hospital for neuritis. Discharged on April 4th.
1919 : January 23rd : Hospitalized at the 1st London General Hospital (Myatt’s park). Discharged on February 6th.
July 23rd : Discharged in London and did not come back to Canada right after his discharge.
1921: Early May : Married Winnifred G Tomes in St-Giles parish, United Kingdom
May 7th : Sailed on SS Scandinavian from South Hampton, UK. Arrived in Quebec City
1922 : October 19th : Left Canada to go living in Buffalo, USA. Listed as a carpenter
1933 : January 10th : Came back to Canada and listed as a salesman. He crossed at Niagara Falls, Ontario
1956 : Died in Ontario
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