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Davis, Stanley, Roblin, Manitoba, formerly Newbury, Berkshire, England. Occupation: Automobile Mechanic. Military Service: Private, Reg. No. 718781, 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion, Attestation Papers. Possible Diary Reference: “Davis and I had a walk to the Y.M.,” 26 April 1918. This Davis is one of two men known to have been with the 107th Canadian Pioneers. Stanley did not transfer to the 1st Battalion, Canadian Engineers, on 28 May 1918, so it is likely he went instead to either the 2nd or 3rd Canadian Engineers.
Additional Biographical Information
18 September 1916: 718781, Private Davis, Stanley, born in England, no previous military service, next-of-kin: John White Davis, Pelly, Sask., enlisted at Winnipeg, 10 March 1916. Nominal Roll of the 107th Canadian Pioneer Battalion, p. 6. Private Davis went overseas with the 107th Bn. from Halifax aboard the S. S. Olympic on 18 September 1916.