Frederick Stanley Galloway

Feb 11, 1893

Born in Gananoque, Ontario to James Wesley and Mary Elizabeth (nee Osborne) Galloway


Jun 24, 1913

Entered the USA at Port Huron, Michigan proceeding to Detroit.


Dec 8, 1913

Married to Ethel M. Dolph in La Porte, Indiana, USA


Nov 10, 1914

Attested into the 21st Battalion CEF in Kingston, Ontario

Ø  Number 634

Ø  Next of kin given as Ethel Galloway, wife, 360 Silverthorne Ave., Toronto, Ontario

Ø  Previous occupation given as Fireman

Ø  No previous military experience given

Ø  Religion given as Church of England

Ø  Posted to “F” Company

o   This was later reorganized into “C” Company


Apr 18, 1915

Declared to be illegally absent


Jul 12, 1915

Board of Inquiry declared Frederick Stanley to be a Deserter as of May 9, 1915 and Struck Off Strength of the 21st Battalion

It is interesting to note that even though he was absent from the battalion, his name is listed as being aboard the SS Metagama when it sailed on May 6.  It should also be noted that once the battalion was in England, the number 59349 was assigned to him


Jan 9, 1920

The 1920 USA Census shows him living in Detroit, Michigan with his wife and 2 children


Apr 27, 1940

The 1940 USA Census show him living in Royal Oak City, Michigan with his wife and 8 children


Dec 30, 1967

Frederick Stanley Galloway died in Florida, USA


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