Amos JefferyRegiment:Canadian InfantryBattalion:26th BattalionRank:Private Regimental Number:415580 Place of Birth:Pleasant Lake, Yarmouth Co., N.S.Date of Birth:December 24, 1892 Trade:FarmerMarital Status:SinglePrior Military Experience:NoPlace of Enlistment:Yarmouth N.S. (40th Battalion)Date of Enlistment:March 12, 1915 Age at enlistment:22Height: 5 feet, 5 inchesReligion:WesleyanDate of Death:March 7, 1916 (Killed in action (death was instantaneous; killed by a sniper bullet on the evening of March 7; the wound was in the vicinity of the heart.)Age at Death:23Buried at:La Laiterie Military Cemetery, Belgium Plot:II. B. 11.La Laiterie Military Cemetery is located 7 km south of Leper town centre. The cemetery, named from a dairy farm, was begun in November 1914 and used until October 1918 by units holding this sector of the front. The different plots were, to a great extent, treated as regimental burial groundsAdditional Information:Son of Mrs. Abner Forbes (formerly Jeffery), of Kemptville, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia, and the late James Jeffery.Commemorated on Page 109 of the First World War Book of Remembrance.