Name:Frederick Walter WeddletonRegimental Number:67308 Rank:SergeantBattalion:25th BattalionDate of Birth:March 26, 1896 Place of Birth:Yarmouth, NSDate of Enlistment:November 15, 1914Place of Enlistment:Halifax, Nova Scotia Age at Enlistment:18 Height: 5 Feet 6¾ InchesComplexion:LightEyes:Blue/GreyHair:BrownMarital Status:SingleTrade :Steward (S.S. Prince George; Yarmouth Boston Steamer)Religion:Roman Catholic Next of Kin:Fred Weddleton (Father) Lockeport, NSDate of Death:August 15, 1917 Age at Death:21Cemetery:Loos British Cemetery, France Grave Reference: No. 2. Mem. 23.Commemorated on Page 347 of the First World War Book of RemembranceDisplayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on July 27Listed on the Yarmouth War MemorialFrederick was born in Yarmouth and was the foster son of Samuel Muise of Yarmouth, NS. Prior to his military service he was a Steward aboard the SS Prince George, the Yarmouth to Boston Steamer. He enlisted first at Yarmouth with the local Militia and joined the 25th Battalion at Halifax. He was promoted to Corporal shortly after arriving in France and again promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He was in continuous active service within the trenches and among the first to see action in battle with the 25th Battalion. He was killed in action on August 15, 1917.