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Frank Loco


Loco, Frank, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, formerly of Cymbria, Prince Edward Island. Occupation: cook. Military Service: Private, Reg. No. 475921 (McGill No.857), 3rd University Co., PPCLI, Attestation Papers. Diary References: “Out on pumping fatigue with [T.G.G.] Ellis, [H.] Ellison and [F.] Loco,” 2:16 Apr ’16; “For a while on patrol with [F.T.] Mabson and [F.] Loco,”3:16 Sep ’16; “[F.] Loco … and about everyone else I know were wounded,” 5:1 Nov ’17. According to Hodder-Williams, Pte. F. Loco was wounded 30 October 1917 and struck off strength on 7 November 1917.

Additional Biographical Information:

Pte. Frank Loco, who was originally from Prince Edward Island, enlisted on 10 July 1915 at Saskatoon. He was a 23-year-old “cook” at the time.