Name:Harry Webster SmithRegimental Number:67183 Rank:PrivateBattalion:25th Battalion Date of Birth:October 1, 1887Place of Birth:Halifax, Nova Scotia Date of Enlistment:November 12, 1914Place of Enlistment:Halifax, NSAddress at Enlistment:Halifax, NSAge at Enlistment:27 Height: 5 Feet 7 InchesComplexion: lightEyes: blueHair: brownPrevious Military:Canadian Field Artillery Militia Training in Yarmouth3 years with 1st Artillery, Halifax, NSTrade:StevedoreMarital Status:Single Religion:Church of England Next of Kin:Mrs Nellie Smith Mother) Halifax, NSDate of Death:September 21, 1916 Age at Death:29Cemetery:St. James Cemetery, Dover, Kent, United Kingdom Grave Reference:Plot: N. H. 4.Commemorated on Page 164 of the First World War Book of RemembranceDisplayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on April 14Listed on the Nominal Roll of the 25th BattalionListed on the Yarmouth War MemorialHarry Webster Smith was the son of Henry J. and Nellie B. Smith, of Halifax, NS. He enlisted at Halifax with the 25th Battalion and went overseas on the SS Saxonia arriving in England on May 29, 1915. He embarked for France on September 15, 1915. He suffered a serious shell wound to his right thigh on September 15 while serving in a communication trench. Returned to Folkstone in the UK by hospital ship, he was admitted to the Dover Military Hospital, Kent, UK on September 21, 1916. He died of his wounds at 10:50 am on September 21, 1916.