Frank Leslie Green

Aug 24, 1894

Born in Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England to Richard and Ellen (nee Funnells) Green


Nov 4, 1914

Volunteered to serve in the 21st Battalion CEF in Kingston, Ontario.

Ø  Number 525


Jan 26, 1915

SOS (Struck Off Strength) the 21st Battalion as Medically Unfit

Because he was unfit to serve, he was not attested.


May 31, 1915

The Medical Officer of the 57th Regiment Peterborough Rangers found him fit to serve and he was placed on the pay roll of the 59th Battalion CEF


Jun 14, 1915

Attested into the 59th Battalion CEF in Peterborough, Ontario

Ø  Number not assigned

Ø  Next of kin given as Ellen Elizabeth Green, mother, 5 Pleasant Pl., Lewes, Sussex, England

Ø  Previous occupation given as Labourer

Ø  Previous military experience given as 1 year in the 24th Field Battery

o   There was no mention of his previous attempt to join the 21st Battalion

Ø  Religion given as Church of England


Jul 20, 1915

Discharged from the 59th Battalion as Medically Unfit


Nov 27, 1920

Embarked in Quebec City Quebec to attend a family reunion in England


Apr 8, 1921

Embarked the Empress of France in Liverpool, England



Apr 15, 1921

Disembarked in Saint John, New Brunswick and proceeded to Peterborough, Ontario by train


Jul 2, 1923

Married to Ella May Tate in Peterborough, Ontario

On his marriage certificate he listed his occupation as Electrical Worker and his religion as Methodist


Feb 24, 1924

Entered the USA at Detroit, Michigan with his wife Ella on their way to Toledo, Ohio


Jul 3, 1967

Frank Leslie Green died in Toledo, Ohio


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