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Personal data

  • HM
  • Winnipeg
  • Canada
  • Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Grant; husband of Marjorie F. Grant, of 484, River Avenue, Winnipeg
  • Upper Canada College, Toronto

Military service

  • Captain
  • M C
  • 52nd Bn. North Ontario Regiment
  • 9th Brigade
  • 3rd Canadian Division
  • C.E.F.
  • Lt. 90th Bn. (Little Black Devils); Lt. 144th Bn. C.E.F.; instructor in England; 18th Can.Res.Bn., Seaford, January 1917; France, April 1917; Lt. 52nd Can.Inf.Bn., April 1917; Captain September 1917; Fresnoy, Hill 60, Lens, Passchendaele; MC, Hill 70 (Nuns Alley), September 1917, only officer left of two companies during attack and assumed command of both; M C 'For conspicuous gallantry and devotion
    to duty in a raid on the enemy's position.
    His excellent leadership and gallantry materially
    contributed to the complete success
    of the undertaking, during which the entire
    objective was captured, the garrison were destroyed or taken prisoners, and four ma-
    chineguns were captured. Owing to casualties
    he took command of his company and
    carried out the plan of operations with great
    success.' (LG 15/03/1918)


  • 26 October, Bellevue Spur, Passchendaele
  • Died of gunshot wounds abdomen, in n°2 Can CCS; operated 27 October
  • 28 October 1917
  • 26
  • XXI - BB - 11



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