Name:Enoch Saunders StudleyService Number:223232Rank:PrivateBattalion:85th BattalionPlace of Birth:South Ohio, Yarmouth Co., NDate of Birth:June 20, 1897Date of Enlistment:October 28, 1915Place of Enlistment:Halifax, NSAge at enlistment:18Height: 5 feet, 7 inches Complexion: Medium Eyes: Grey Hair: Dark BrownTrade:FarmerMarital Status:Single Religion:BaptistNext of Kin:Edith Studley (Mother) South Ohio, Yarmouth Co., NSDate of Death:February 5, 1916Age at Death:18Cemetery/Memorial:South Ohio (Hillside) Cemetery, NSReference:Family Plot, South SideCommemorated on Page 169 of the First World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on April 17Enoch Saunders Studley was the son of Walter D. and Edith R. Studley, of South Ohio, NS.He enlisted in Halifax with the 85th Battalion. Repeated colds led to fatal pneumonia with accompanying pleurisy and after five weeks of illness, Private Studley died on February 5, 1916 in the Military Station Hospital, Halifax. His funeral was held at the United Baptist Church in South Ohio on Wednesday, February 9, 1915. The body had been accompanied from Halifax by Private Percy M. Hatfield, Army Medical Corps. (Percy Hatfield would be wounded at Vimy Ridge.) Private Donald Morine (64th Battalion) also from South Ohio was home on leave and attended the funeral. Donald’s stepmother mother, Mrs. Osborne L. Churchill composed a poem that was read at the service. He was buried in the Studley family plot, in the South Ohio Cemetery.