George Frederick Mowbray signature

George Frederick Mowbray was drafted at Camp Barriefield in Kingston on this day in 1918. He was born in Tyendinaga township on September 7th, 1894, the son of William Albert Mowbray and Rebecca (née Anderson). Mowbray was working as a farmer when he was called up. He had married Myrtle Irene MacDonald in Belleville on December 5th, 1917. He joined the 1st Depot Battalion of the Eastern Ontario Regiment, with the regimental number 3059841. He was five feet eight and a half inches tall, with a dark complexion, hazel eyes and brown hair. His service record shows that he was demobilized in Belleville on January 11th, 1919.

It is not clear what happened to either of the Mowbrays after the war.