The transcripts from military service records presented on Arborealis pertain to Alison Kilpatrick’s family history research interests. Coverage, current and pending, includes includes the following sources:
- British Army service records (in progress)
- Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914–1920 (pending)
- The Royal Navy (pending)
A few notes about these transcripts:
- Please cite your sources. Following is an example of an appropriate source citation:
British Army Service Records, 1760–1915. “John Burke (b.1795) of Claremorris, county Mayo; Private, 39th Regiment of Foot.” Original record held by The National Archives (Kew, Surrey); archival ref. WO 97/551/9. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2012-03-25; hosted online at Arborealis arborealis.ca, accessed [insert date of access].“
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Source citation for this page: — Kilpatrick, Alison. Index page for transcripts from military service records. Online at Arborealis, arborealis.ca/records/military/, accessed [insert date of access].
Image credit: — Hospital card summary of Private Henry Norman Causton’s CEF corps & details, capture as POW, and arrival at military camp in England. Source: Library and Archives Canada [LAC]. Personnel Records of the First World War. Henry Norman Causton, born 14 August 1893 [sic] in Surrey, England; 28th (Northwest) Battalion, service no. 73880. Archival ref. Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 1583 – 10 (image no. 22). Photocopies purchased by Alison Kilpatrick from LAC (2002).