|Birth: ||Sep. 27, 1883|
|Death: ||Feb. 2, 1918, France|
Information here provided by Wenonah Stevens Abbott. Some say she fabricated this. And believe that Alwyn & Harold Abbott never existed.
1st Canadian Division Engineers., Canadian Expeditionary Force.
This is a cenotaph.
Alwyn Abbott is buried elsewhere.
According to Wenonah, Alwyn Stevens Abbott was the adopted son of John Abbott and Wenonah Stevens Abbott of 413 west 26th street, Minneapolis.
His father was Alfred Oldaker, born Harwich, Essex, England. His mother was Phoebe Stevens, born Wimbleton, Essex, England.
He attended Lincoln School, Minneapolis; Latin High, Boston, Mass.; & the University of Illinois.
He enlisted October 1914 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He was in nearly three years of constant battles. He died in action 2 February 1918 at Toul, France.
His brother, Harold Abbott died a couple days earlier in the War.
Victory Memorial Drive
GPS (lat/lon): 45.01526, -93.31931
Created by: mordecarr
Record added: May 20, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90469285
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