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SGT William Alfred Webster

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SGT William Alfred Webster

Birth
Orangeville, Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada
Death
18 Apr 1958 (aged 82)
Calgary, Calgary Census Division, Alberta, Canada
Burial
Calgary, Calgary Census Division, Alberta, Canada Add to Map
Plot
Section N, Block 6, Lot 11
Memorial ID
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WWI Regimental #1039210
Enlisted at Calgary on July 15, 1916 in the 239th Battalion, and served in France with the 3rd Canadian Railway Troops.
Trade: Railroad Contractor

WEBSTER--April 18th, William Alfred Webster, 82 years, 1236 15th Ave. S.W. Born in Orangeville, Ontario, came to Alberta in 1900 and lived in Calgary since 1914. Served overseas with the 3rd Canadian Railway Battalion in First World War, was employed with Imperial Oil Refinery from 1922 until retiring in 1944. Member of St. Marks Lodge No. 7, AF and AM.
Predeceased by wife, Olivia in 1918. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. C.H. (Laura) Oliver, Calgary; Mrs. W.J. (Betty) Williams, Nipigon, Ontario; a son, Gordon W., Calgary; four grandchildren.
Excerpt from The Calgary Herald, April 21, 1958, page 21

Alberta Death Reg. #003-180
WWI Regimental #1039210
Enlisted at Calgary on July 15, 1916 in the 239th Battalion, and served in France with the 3rd Canadian Railway Troops.
Trade: Railroad Contractor

WEBSTER--April 18th, William Alfred Webster, 82 years, 1236 15th Ave. S.W. Born in Orangeville, Ontario, came to Alberta in 1900 and lived in Calgary since 1914. Served overseas with the 3rd Canadian Railway Battalion in First World War, was employed with Imperial Oil Refinery from 1922 until retiring in 1944. Member of St. Marks Lodge No. 7, AF and AM.
Predeceased by wife, Olivia in 1918. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. C.H. (Laura) Oliver, Calgary; Mrs. W.J. (Betty) Williams, Nipigon, Ontario; a son, Gordon W., Calgary; four grandchildren.
Excerpt from The Calgary Herald, April 21, 1958, page 21

Alberta Death Reg. #003-180


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