Private Frank HerseyForce:Army Regiment:Canadian InfantryBattalion:52nd Battalion Regimental Number:438695 Place of Birth:Yarmouth, Nova ScotiaDate of Birth:November 5, 1892 Trade:Labourer Marital Status:SingleDate of Birth:November 5, 1892 Trade:Labourer Marital Status:SinglePlace of Enlistment:Port Arthur, British ColombiaDate of Enlistment:May 3, 1915Age at enlistment:23Height: 5 Feet 6 InchesNext of Kin:Mrs. E Hersey, Yarmouth, Nova ScotiaReligion:MethodistFrank Hersey was one of six sons of William Hersey serving during World War I. Frank was the second son to have been killed after his brother Adelbert and the third to have been wounded after Adelbert and William. Frank was a Lance Corporal and returned to duty on November 21, 1916 after recovering from a gunshot wound in the back. Date of Death:April 4, 1917 Cause of Death:Killed in actionAge at Death:25Buried at:Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France Plot:V. B. 20.Mont-St. Eloi is a village in the Department of the Pas-de-Calais, 8 kilometres north-west of Arras. Ecoivres Military Cemetery contains 1,728 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. Frank Hersey is commemorated on Page 255 of the First World War Book of Remembrance.