Category: 3rd Canadian Reserve Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, World War I

Categories: Canadian Expeditionary Force, World War I


The 3rd Canadian Reserve Battalion was organized at West Sandling on 4 January 1917 under the command of Lieutenant Colonel W. S. Buell, formed by absorbing 36th, 133rd, one-half of the 162nd and the 180th Battalions. Absorbed 216th, 220th, 182nd, 177th and 235th Battalions on their arrival from Canada in April and May 1917. Reinforced 4th, 19th and 123rd Battalions, 2nd and 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles. Moved to Witley on 2 March 1918. Disbanded on 31 March 1919.

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Person Profiles (4)

26 Mar 1869 Belleville, Hastings, Ontario, Canada - 14 Feb 1951 photo
1889 Great Dunham, Norfolk, England - 29 Sep 1918
11 Oct 1868 Elizabethtown, Leeds and Grenville, Ontario, Canada - 05 Aug 1941 photo
07 Oct 1889 Derrykerran, County Armagh, Ireland - 18 Jun 1950




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