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AISH, F D - Private

Private
FRANK DONALD (F D) AISH

  • Canadian Fallen Soldier - Private AISH
  • Private
    FRANK DONALD (F D) AISH

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    FRANK DONALD (F D) AISH
    22 October 1897
    Warrington, , United Kingdom
    645266
    17 January 1916 in Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
    Farm Labourer
    Private
    Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)
    54th Battalion (Kootenay), CEF, later 54th Battalion (Central Ontario), CEF
    9 April 1917
    Killed in action
    19 years
    GIVENCHY ROAD CANADIAN CEMETERY
    A. 28.
    World War I

    Vimy Ridge
  • Private FRANK DONALD AISH's Story

  • Born
    22 October 1897 in Warrington, , United Kingdom
    Occupation
    Worked as a Farm Labourer prior to enlisting.
    Enlisted
    17 January 1916 in Vancouver, British Columbia | Age: 18 years
    Buried
    9 April 1917 - GIVENCHY ROAD CANADIAN CEMETERY | Age: 19 years
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Interesting Facts

  • Private Frank Donald Aish died at Vimy Ridge on April 9, 1917. He was born on October 22, 1897 and grew up to be a farmer in England. He listed his occupation as Farmer. He enlisted in the Canadian Infantry on January 17, 1916 under the name Frank Donald Johnson. He was killed by shell fire during the attack which resulted in the taking of Vimy Ridge.

    His next of kin was listed as his adopted father C.E. Johnson of Halls Prairie, British Columbia.

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Fallen Soldiers from Warrington , United Kingdom

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Fallen Soldiers buried in GIVENCHY ROAD CANADIAN CEMETERY