Service No: 895173
Service: Canadian Infantry
Division: 50th Battalion
A barrister-at-law in Calgary, Alberta, Canada (a graduate of Victoria College, the University of Toronto), he enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force on 21 June 1916 in Calgary.
Son of Josiah D. and Sarah Elizabeth (née Moyer) Albright, of Haldimand, Ontario; husband of Elnora Evelyn Kelly Albright, of Calgary.
Private Frederick Stanley Albright is commemorated on Page 190 of Canada's First World War Book of Remembrance.
He is also commemorated at the War Memorial in Beamsville, Ontario [Sculptor: Hamilton MacCarthy, R.C.A.] and his name is included in the University of Toronto's "Roll Of Service - 1914-1918".
Frederick Stanley Albright is honoured and remembered on a Commemorative Memorial plaque which commemorates barristers and students, members of the Alberta law society, who died while serving in the First World War.
There is an Albright family gravestone in the Vineland Cemetery in Ontario which remembers with honour their son, Private Frederick Stanley Albright. It reads-
"WHO WAS FAITHFUL
TO HIM THAT APPOINTED HIM"
Elnora Evelyn Kelly Albright
1889–1979 (m. 1914)
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