Osgood, Cecil Wilfred

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War Service:
Gunner CECIL WILFRED OSGOOD of the 3rd Divisional Ammunition Column, Canadian Field Artillery died on 27 April 1917, aged 24.

From the Canadian Expeditionary Force Burial Register: Killed in Action, West of Givenchy.

He is buried in Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Mont St Eloi, near Arras.

Location of Memorial:
He is remembered on the memorial at Northbrook School, Hedgley Street, Lee. He is also remembered on the Burnt Ash Congregational Church Memorial.

Details:
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osgood, of Lee born 22 October 1893 and was a baptist and a teamster at the time of enlistment in hamilton, Canada. He may well be the C W Osgood (b1894) who sailed from Liverpool to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1913.

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