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BOGART, O - Private

Private
ORLEY (O) BOGART

  • Canadian Fallen Soldier - Private ORLEY BOGART
  • Private
    ORLEY (O) BOGART

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    ORLEY (O) BOGART
    1 December 1876
    Van Etten, New York, United States
    1018408
    8 June 1916 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, CA
    Farmer
    Private
    Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment)
    28th Battalion (Northwest), CEF
    22 November 1917
    Died of wounds
    41 years
    WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY
    VI. H. 13A.
    World War I
  • Private ORLEY BOGART's Story

  • Born
    1 December 1876 in Van Etten, New York, United States
    Occupation
    Worked as a Farmer prior to enlisting.
    Enlisted
    8 June 1916 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan | Age: 39 years
    Buried
    22 November 1917 - WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY | Age: 41 years
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Interesting Facts

  • Son of James V. and Calista Smith Bogart. Native of Van Etten, New York. Moved to Birch Lake, SK in his early childhood with his parents. Prior to enlisting with the 28th Battalion at North Battleford in june 1916, he was a farmer. During operations in the vicinity of Passchendaele on November 6, 1917, Pte. Bogart was struck by shrapnel from an enemy shell while in the "jumping off" trench. He was severely wounded and evacuated to a field hospital where he succumbed to his wounds three weeks later.

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Fallen Soldiers from Van Etten New York, United States

Fallen Comrades of the Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment)


Fallen Soldiers buried in WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY