the son of Benjamin and Esther Scott of 133 Munition Cottages, Corporation Road, Dudley. He volunteered in September 1915 for the Canadian Infantry and served in the Central Ontario Regiment. They crossed the Atlantic to France in April 1916 and in April 1917 had moved to the front line near Arras. On the 10th April Private Scott was seriously injured by shell-fire and sent to the Military Hospital at Boulogne. He died of wounds on the 20th April and is buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery (II I 3A). He was 24 years of age and is commemorated on the Canadian Roll of Honour and the Dudley and St. John's, Kates Hill, Memorials.
Saint John's Road Dudley, West Midlands DY2 7JT, United Kingdom, DY2 7JT
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