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Private Arthur Carriere



Date of birth: 1887-03-12
Place of birth: St. Scholastique Quebec Canada
Next of kin: Joseph & Zephirine Lacroix Carriere; parents; St. Scholastique, Quebec
Marital status: single
Occupation (attested): Farmer and blacksmith
Occupation (normalized): General Farmer, Blacksmith, General
Religion: Roman Catholic
Date of death: 1918-09-01


Regimental number: 101351
Highest Rank: Private
Rank detail
  1. Private (Army).
  2. Private (Army).
  3. Private (Army).
  4. Private (Army).
Survived war: no


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CWGC ID: 497025
LAC ID: 89603
Attestation record(s): image 1, image 2
Service file: B1518-S063
Uploader's Notes:

Son of Joseph and Zephirine Lacroix Carriere, of Ste. Scholastique, County of Two Mountains, P.Q., Canada.

Arthur Carriere was born on 12 March 1887 at St Scholastique, Cote Deux Montagnes (Country of Two Mountains) Quebec, son of Joseph & Zephirine Lacroix Carriere. He enlisted in the 66th Overseas Battalion at Edmonton, Alberta on 22 September 1915, at which time he was unmarried and working as a farmer and blacksmith. His original medical examination had been done on 22 September 1915 at Grande Prairie. He listed his father, also of St Scholastique, Quebec, as next-of-kin. On 30 April 1916, he was transferred to the 233rd Battalion, and then to the 178th Battalion on 17 March 1917.

Private A. Carriere was wounded on 28 August 1918, during the Battle of Arras, and died a few days later on 1 September. He was buried at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais (Grave Ref. LXVI.G.6).

Uploader's Research notes: [Private Army Canadian Infantry 66th Battalion Private Army Canadian Infantry 178th Battalion Private Army Canadian Infantry 233rd Battalion Private Army Canadian Machine Gun Corps 2nd Machine Gun Company ]


Date added: 2004-09-04
Last modified: 2013-05-27