Name:Odelpha ThimotService Number:415624Rank:PrivateBattalion:14th BattalionDate of Birth:August 14, 1890Place of Birth:Saulnierville, Digby County, NSDate of Enlistment:April 10, 1915Place of Enlistment:Yarmouth NSAddress at Enlistment:Age at Enlistment:24Height: 6 feet 11/4 inches Complexion: freshEyes: greyHair: brownTrade:ChauffeurMarital Status:SingleReligion:Roman CatholicNext of Kin:Moses Thimot (Father), Saulnierville, Digby County, NSDate of Death:September 27, 1918Age at Death:27Cemetery:Terlincthun British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France;Grave Reference: Plot: IV. D. 3Commemorated on Page 511 of the First World War Book of RemembranceDisplayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on Listed on the Saulnierville War Memorial as "Odelphie" Thimot Son of Moses and Annie Thimot, of 149, Lowell St., Somerville, Mass., U.S.A. Private Thimot enlisted at Yarmouth, NS on April 10, 1915 and served for 3 years 7 months. While serving in France he suffered a wound to the chest on January 27, 1917 and was admitted to No. 13 General Hospital at Boulogne. He was transferred to hospital at Liverpool and discharged on February 14, 1917. He returned to the field and was again wounded in September, 1918 suffering a gun shot wound to the arm and hip. Hospitalized at #8 Station Wimereux, France on September 6, 1918 he died of wounds on September 27, 1918.