CliffF Posted 11 October , 2013 Share Posted 11 October , 2013 I am researching my Gt Gt Uncle, Charles Ernest Louth. After serving a number of years in the Rifle Brigade, joining in 1895, he moved to Nova Scotia. I have his attestation papers, showing he signed on in Valcartier on 26 Sept 1914, after passing fit at the same place on 29 August. His number was 46956, and the attestation papers say Novia Scotia Battalion, and 3rd battalion [then something undecipherable] is printed across the top, however, and this is the question, I can find no record of a Nova Scotian 3rd Battalion, so is there any way that I can find out what unit, he served with? I have a copy of a letter from him in WW2, to my Gt Grandmother, his sister, saying he passed through England in WW1, but that is it. Any advice greatly received! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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