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George Parfitt

Private 328950 102nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)
Died 11 May 1917 aged 35
Remembered on Ash War Memorial
Remembered on the Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Remembered on the Memorial to the Men of Ash Vale in St Mary’s Church
Remembered in the Canadian online book of remembrance

George Parfitt was born in March 1882, the son of George and Edith Parfitt.

Edith Parfitt married Frederick Hastings in 1888, and the 1891 census records the family living in Farnborough with all their children.

George was living in Regina in Canada and gave his occupation as a plasterer when he joined up in March 1916. He had fair hair and grey eyes and was 5 feet 6˝ inches tall, and his religion was Methodist. Digitised images of his attestation paper can be seen on the Canadian National Archives website. George’s mother now lived at Heathmere, Wood Street, Ash Vale.

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