Graysmark, William
Graysmark, William

Dates:

War Service:
Private WILLIAM GRAYSMARK of the 75th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment) was killed on 9 April 1917, aged 36.

He is buried the Canadian Cemetery No.2, Neuville-St. Vaast.

Location of Memorial:
He is remembered in the Book of Remembrance at St Saviour’s Church, Forest Hill. The cemetery is within the Canadian National Park at Vimy. From the burial register of the Canadian Expeditionary Force it states that he was killed in action during the successful attack on Vimy Ridge.

Details:
He was born in Lewisham in the autumn of 1882. His brothers John Thomas and the youngest Ernest Jospeh died during World War 1. They were 3 of the 6 children of George [1855 - 1914] and Emily Graysmark 44, Brookehouse Road, Bellingham and previously of Forest Hill where the children were born.

Source:

Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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