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  • ID: I21480
  • Name: Henry William Cooper 1
  • _FOOT: 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1864 in Hampshire, England
  • _FOOT: 2
  • Residence: Fredericksburg (South 1901 Sud), Lennox, Ontario, Canada
  • _FOOT: On Mar. 15, 1916, at the age of 41, Fred enlisted in the 146th Battallion for service in WWI. His registration number was 835800. Fred was described as a farmer and river driver, a Methodist, and 5 feet 9 and 1/2 inches, with a chest measurement of 38 and 1/2 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and dark hair. He had no distinguishing marks/scars. He was examined on Apr. 5, 1917 by a medical officer in Brockville, Ontario. Fred left Halifax on the S.S. Olympic on May 28, 1917 and arrived in Liverpool on June 8, 1917. He departed Liverpool for action on June 10, 1917. He served in E with the Canadian Forestry Corps. He was with the 230th Batallion between April and September of 1917 and after that he was with the #3 Special Services.Co. His pay consisted of $1.00 per day plus 10 cents per day for a field allowance. Fred suffered frequent attacks of articular rheumatism before enlisting. He was admitted to the Kingston General Hospital (between Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, 1917) where he was under treatment for his illness. He complained of pain in his lower lumbar region-hips-knees and left thigh and leg and also some Shortsness of breath and pain over heart on exertion and had smother sensations and Shortsness of breath when lying on his back. Fred blamed his rheumatism on his years of being a river driver. The doctor noted that Fred looked much older than his age (46), walks with a distinct limp favoring left hip. He is sonly fairly well nourished and there is some hardening of radial arteries. Some disordered action of heart with muffling of 1st sound, no organic disease present. No limitation of flexion or extension of any joint, although on extreme flexion of left thigh, man complains of pain in hip joint. At the time of discharge (Dec. 21, 1917) by the Medical Board, he was 46 years old and unfit for continued service. He was formally discharged at Fort Henry (Kingston, Ontario) on Jan. 2, 1918 as a Private. Fred returned to Canada via the S.S. Carmania on Aug. 26, 1917. On Jan. 2, 1918, at the age of 46 he was discharged. his conduct and character while in the service were noted as 'Good'. Fred received the British War Medal. Notes Courtesy of Sandra Penny 3
  • Event: other 1883
  • _FOOT: On Mar. 15, 1916, at the age of 41, Fred enlisted in the 146th Battallion for service in WWI. His registration number was 835800. Fred was described as a farmer and river driver, a Methodist, and 5 feet 9 and 1/2 inches, with a chest measurement of 38 and 1/2 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and dark hair. He had no distinguishing marks/scars. He was examined on Apr. 5, 1917 by a medical officer in Brockville, Ontario. Fred left Halifax on the S.S. Olympic on May 28, 1917 and arrived in Liverpool on June 8, 1917. He departed Liverpool for action on June 10, 1917. He served in E with the Canadian Forestry Corps. He was with the 230th Batallion between April and September of 1917 and after that he was with the #3 Special Services.Co. His pay consisted of $1.00 per day plus 10 cents per day for a field allowance. Fred suffered frequent attacks of articular rheumatism before enlisting. He was admitted to the Kingston General Hospital (between Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, 1917) where he was under treatment for his illness. He complained of pain in his lower lumbar region-hips-knees and left thigh and leg and also some Shortsness of breath and pain over heart on exertion and had smother sensations and Shortsness of breath when lying on his back. Fred blamed his rheumatism on his years of being a river driver. The doctor noted that Fred looked much older than his age (46), walks with a distinct limp favoring left hip. He is sonly fairly well nourished and there is some hardening of radial arteries. Some disordered action of heart with muffling of 1st sound, no organic disease present. No limitation of flexion or extension of any joint, although on extreme flexion of left thigh, man complains of pain in hip joint. At the time of discharge (Dec. 21, 1917) by the Medical Board, he was 46 years old and unfit for continued service. He was formally discharged at Fort Henry (Kingston, Ontario) on Jan. 2, 1918 as a Private. Fred returned to Canada via the S.S. Carmania on Aug. 26, 1917. On Jan. 2, 1918, at the age of 46 he was discharged. his conduct and character while in the service were noted as 'Good'. Fred received the British War Medal. Notes Courtesy of Sandra Penny 3
  • Death: UNKNOWN
  • Name: Henry W Cooper
  • _FOOT: On Mar. 15, 1916, at the age of 41, Fred enlisted in the 146th Battallion for service in WWI. His registration number was 835800. Fred was described as a farmer and river driver, a Methodist, and 5 feet 9 and 1/2 inches, with a chest measurement of 38 and 1/2 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and dark hair. He had no distinguishing marks/scars. He was examined on Apr. 5, 1917 by a medical officer in Brockville, Ontario. Fred left Halifax on the S.S. Olympic on May 28, 1917 and arrived in Liverpool on June 8, 1917. He departed Liverpool for action on June 10, 1917. He served in E with the Canadian Forestry Corps. He was with the 230th Batallion between April and September of 1917 and after that he was with the #3 Special Services.Co. His pay consisted of $1.00 per day plus 10 cents per day for a field allowance. Fred suffered frequent attacks of articular rheumatism before enlisting. He was admitted to the Kingston General Hospital (between Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, 1917) where he was under treatment for his illness. He complained of pain in his lower lumbar region-hips-knees and left thigh and leg and also some Shortsness of breath and pain over heart on exertion and had smother sensations and Shortsness of breath when lying on his back. Fred blamed his rheumatism on his years of being a river driver. The doctor noted that Fred looked much older than his age (46), walks with a distinct limp favoring left hip. He is sonly fairly well nourished and there is some hardening of radial arteries. Some disordered action of heart with muffling of 1st sound, no organic disease present. No limitation of flexion or extension of any joint, although on extreme flexion of left thigh, man complains of pain in hip joint. At the time of discharge (Dec. 21, 1917) by the Medical Board, he was 46 years old and unfit for continued service. He was formally discharged at Fort Henry (Kingston, Ontario) on Jan. 2, 1918 as a Private. Fred returned to Canada via the S.S. Carmania on Aug. 26, 1917. On Jan. 2, 1918, at the age of 46 he was discharged. his conduct and character while in the service were noted as 'Good'. Fred received the British War Medal. Notes Courtesy of Sandra Penny 3
  • Name: Henry W Cooper
  • _FOOT: On Mar. 15, 1916, at the age of 41, Fred enlisted in the 146th Battallion for service in WWI. His registration number was 835800. Fred was described as a farmer and river driver, a Methodist, and 5 feet 9 and 1/2 inches, with a chest measurement of 38 and 1/2 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and dark hair. He had no distinguishing marks/scars. He was examined on Apr. 5, 1917 by a medical officer in Brockville, Ontario. Fred left Halifax on the S.S. Olympic on May 28, 1917 and arrived in Liverpool on June 8, 1917. He departed Liverpool for action on June 10, 1917. He served in E with the Canadian Forestry Corps. He was with the 230th Batallion between April and September of 1917 and after that he was with the #3 Special Services.Co. His pay consisted of $1.00 per day plus 10 cents per day for a field allowance. Fred suffered frequent attacks of articular rheumatism before enlisting. He was admitted to the Kingston General Hospital (between Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, 1917) where he was under treatment for his illness. He complained of pain in his lower lumbar region-hips-knees and left thigh and leg and also some Shortsness of breath and pain over heart on exertion and had smother sensations and Shortsness of breath when lying on his back. Fred blamed his rheumatism on his years of being a river driver. The doctor noted that Fred looked much older than his age (46), walks with a distinct limp favoring left hip. He is sonly fairly well nourished and there is some hardening of radial arteries. Some disordered action of heart with muffling of 1st sound, no organic disease present. No limitation of flexion or extension of any joint, although on extreme flexion of left thigh, man complains of pain in hip joint. At the time of discharge (Dec. 21, 1917) by the Medical Board, he was 46 years old and unfit for continued service. He was formally discharged at Fort Henry (Kingston, Ontario) on Jan. 2, 1918 as a Private. Fred returned to Canada via the S.S. Carmania on Aug. 26, 1917. On Jan. 2, 1918, at the age of 46 he was discharged. his conduct and character while in the service were noted as 'Good'. Fred received the British War Medal. Notes Courtesy of Sandra Penny 3
  • Birth: 1863 in England
  • _FOOT: On Mar. 15, 1916, at the age of 41, Fred enlisted in the 146th Battallion for service in WWI. His registration number was 835800. Fred was described as a farmer and river driver, a Methodist, and 5 feet 9 and 1/2 inches, with a chest measurement of 38 and 1/2 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and dark hair. He had no distinguishing marks/scars. He was examined on Apr. 5, 1917 by a medical officer in Brockville, Ontario. Fred left Halifax on the S.S. Olympic on May 28, 1917 and arrived in Liverpool on June 8, 1917. He departed Liverpool for action on June 10, 1917. He served in E with the Canadian Forestry Corps. He was with the 230th Batallion between April and September of 1917 and after that he was with the #3 Special Services.Co. His pay consisted of $1.00 per day plus 10 cents per day for a field allowance. Fred suffered frequent attacks of articular rheumatism before enlisting. He was admitted to the Kingston General Hospital (between Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, 1917) where he was under treatment for his illness. He complained of pain in his lower lumbar region-hips-knees and left thigh and leg and also some Shortsness of breath and pain over heart on exertion and had smother sensations and Shortsness of breath when lying on his back. Fred blamed his rheumatism on his years of being a river driver. The doctor noted that Fred looked much older than his age (46), walks with a distinct limp favoring left hip. He is sonly fairly well nourished and there is some hardening of radial arteries. Some disordered action of heart with muffling of 1st sound, no organic disease present. No limitation of flexion or extension of any joint, although on extreme flexion of left thigh, man complains of pain in hip joint. At the time of discharge (Dec. 21, 1917) by the Medical Board, he was 46 years old and unfit for continued service. He was formally discharged at Fort Henry (Kingston, Ontario) on Jan. 2, 1918 as a Private. Fred returned to Canada via the S.S. Carmania on Aug. 26, 1917. On Jan. 2, 1918, at the age of 46 he was discharged. his conduct and character while in the service were noted as 'Good'. Fred received the British War Medal. Notes Courtesy of Sandra Penny 3
  • Birth: 1863 in England
  • _FOOT: On Mar. 15, 1916, at the age of 41, Fred enlisted in the 146th Battallion for service in WWI. His registration number was 835800. Fred was described as a farmer and river driver, a Methodist, and 5 feet 9 and 1/2 inches, with a chest measurement of 38 and 1/2 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes and dark hair. He had no distinguishing marks/scars. He was examined on Apr. 5, 1917 by a medical officer in Brockville, Ontario. Fred left Halifax on the S.S. Olympic on May 28, 1917 and arrived in Liverpool on June 8, 1917. He departed Liverpool for action on June 10, 1917. He served in E with the Canadian Forestry Corps. He was with the 230th Batallion between April and September of 1917 and after that he was with the #3 Special Services.Co. His pay consisted of $1.00 per day plus 10 cents per day for a field allowance. Fred suffered frequent attacks of articular rheumatism before enlisting. He was admitted to the Kingston General Hospital (between Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, 1917) where he was under treatment for his illness. He complained of pain in his lower lumbar region-hips-knees and left thigh and leg and also some Shortsness of breath and pain over heart on exertion and had smother sensations and Shortsness of breath when lying on his back. Fred blamed his rheumatism on his years of being a river driver. The doctor noted that Fred looked much older than his age (46), walks with a distinct limp favoring left hip. He is sonly fairly well nourished and there is some hardening of radial arteries. Some disordered action of heart with muffling of 1st sound, no organic disease present. No limitation of flexion or extension of any joint, although on extreme flexion of left thigh, man complains of pain in hip joint. At the time of discharge (Dec. 21, 1917) by the Medical Board, he was 46 years old and unfit for continued service. He was formally discharged at Fort Henry (Kingston, Ontario) on Jan. 2, 1918 as a Private. Fred returned to Canada via the S.S. Carmania on Aug. 26, 1917. On Jan. 2, 1918, at the age of 46 he was discharged. his conduct and character while in the service were noted as 'Good'. Fred received the British War Medal. Notes Courtesy of Sandra Penny 3



    Marriage 1 Amanda Belch b: 1866 in Ontario, Canada
    • Married: 13 JAN 1885 in Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada 2
    Children
    1. Has No Children Edward Bryan Cooper b: 22 JUN 1892 in Ontario, Canada

    Sources:
    1. Title: Vital Statistics of Ontario, Marriage Record # 014094-21
    2. Author: Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada)
      Title: Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1924
      Publication: Name: Name: The Generations Network, Inc.;;
      Repository:
        Name: www.ancestry.com

      Page: Database online.
      Text: Record for Henry William Cooper
    3. Author: Ancestry.com
      Title: 1901 Census of Canada
      Publication: Name: Name: The Generations Network, Inc.;;
      Repository:
        Name: www.ancestry.com

      Note:
      Library and Archives Canada, Census of Canada, 1901, Ottawa, Canada: Library and Archives Canada
      Page: Database online.
      Text: Record for Henry W Cooper
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