WW1 Diary of Fred Kerley

I have a somewhat tattered, antique diary which belonged to my grandfather Frederick Groves Kerley who immigrated to Canada from England in 1910. He carried this very small, leatherbound diary with him from the time of his enlistment with the 1st Canadian Pioneers in August of 1915 until his return to Canada in February of 1919.

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I originally transcribed this diary in 2005 and this year I did I bit of a revision. The diary can be read online in the 29-page PDF file below.


WW1 Diary of Frederick Groves Kerley

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