Warman, Abram James

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War Service:
Private ABRAM JAMES WARMAN of the 16th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment) died on 1 October 1918 aged 32.

Location of Memorial:
He is buried in Sancourt British Cemetery near Cambrai and remembered on the war memorial at St Mildred’s church, Lee.

Details:
He was born in Lee on 11 October 1885 [10th November 1885 at enlistment on 18 January 1916 in Winnipeg, Canada when he was a student at Wesley College, Winnipeg, Canada], the son of John and Alice Warman of 53 Jackson Road, Bromley Common.

Wesley College was a college that existed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada from 1888 to 1967. It was one of the University of Winnipeg's founding colleges. It has a strong Methodist religious affiliation and Abram was a Methodist. . The University of Manitoba was established in 1877 by combining 3 existing church colleges St. Boniface College Roman Catholic; St John's Anglican and Manitoba College Presbyterian. Wesley College Methodist was affiliated in 1888, eleven years after the founding of University Of Manitoba.

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