Seymour, George Ernest

Dates:
[1888 -1915]

War Service:
Private [service number 19060] in the 2nd Bn Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment). George Ernest Seymour died 22 April 1915 aged 27.

He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial [panel 10-18-26-28] with all the other soldiers with unknown graves from the Battle of Ypres.

From Canadian Expeditionary Force Burial Register:
Previously reported Dead (through German sources). Now for official purposes presumed to have died.

Location of Memorial:
He commemorated on the St Margaret's, Lee WW1 War Memorial and on the

Details:
George Ernest Seymour died 22 April 1915 aged 27. He was the son of Edwin Augustus Plenty Seymour and Marie Seymour, of 193-5, High Road, Lee.

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