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Four, A.G.Hall, 10TH Can. Inf

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Four, A.G.Hall, 10TH Can. Inf

Albert George Hall, 10TH Can. Inf., late Queen?s Regiment: Queen South Africa Medal, clasps: Cape Colony, Orange Free State, South Africa 1902 (6692 Pte. A. Hall, The Queen?s); 1914-15 Star (19725 Pte. A.G. Hall. 10th Can. Inf.); British War and Victory Medals (19725 Pte. A.G. Hall. 10th Can. Inf.), generally very fine. He enlisted on 25 Sep 1914 an original of the 10th Bn. Landed in France 14 Feb 1915, 2nd Brigade, the First Division, on 23 Apr 1915; his unit went into action at St Julien and "when charging enemy was struck by a bullet at a range of ten yard fracturing his foot". He was evacuated to England on 25 Apr 1915. This wound ended his combat service and he was returned to Canada and SOS at Winnipeg, Manitoba on 10 May 1916. Copies of the CEF service documents included with his attestations confirming previous Imperial Service with the Queen?s Regiment. Nicely mounted on a board.
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