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A First War Medal to the Canadian Tank Corps

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A First War Medal to the Canadian Tank Corps

(342681 PTE. F.W. BENNETT. CAN. TANK. CORPS.). Naming is officially impressed. Original ribbon, dark patina, light contact, near extremely fine. Footnote: Frederick Wilfred Bennett was born on July 23, 1888 in Toronto, Ontario. He was a resident of Orangeville, Ontario when he signed his Particulars of Recruit Drafted Under Military Service Act 1917, as a Private, on June 8, 1918 with the 71st Battery Depot, Canadian Field Artillery, No. 2 Depot Artillery Brigade, in Toronto, at the age of 29, naming his next-of-kin as his mother, Mrs. Victoria Bennett of Orangeville, stating that he had no previous military service, that he was Single and that his trade was that of Jeweller (his number 848190 under the Military Service Act). He survived the war.  
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