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Sgt Wilfred Lawson Francey


Francey, Wilfred Lawson, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, formerly of Kincardine, Bruce Co., Ontario. Occupation: drug clerk. Military Service, Private [later Sergeant with 7th Bde. M.G. Co.], Reg. No. McGill 27, 2nd University Co., PPCLI, Attestation Papers. Diary Reference: “Dined downtown at café for supper with Francey and Johnson,” 2:11 Nov ’15. According to Hodder-Williams, 178, Pte. W. L. Francey was wounded 12 May 1917 and struck off strength to the 7th Brigade Machine Gun Company on 13 October 1916.