Colee Posted 26 January , 2018 Share Posted 26 January , 2018 Interesting career soldier - who was also a 'time-keeper'? Henry Augustus Keppel Barnard (related to the dutch van Keppels who came over with William of Orange) was born in Norbiton, Surrey in 1883. I am essentially researching his WWI record - he fell while fighting with the Canadian Infantry in April 1917 - I think he joined them in May 1915 in Calgary. I couldn't find him in the Ancestry UK docs though, but found an interesting record of his in the Canadian archives (see below) which I am trying to decipher. It seems he fought with the Bethune Mounted Infantry and was also previously with the Hampshire Regiment. Can anyone find any other military docs of his apart from this one I've found? Very many thanks for any help with this interesting chap. Colee Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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