Kenora Great War Project


Personal Details
Date of BirthAugust 23, 1874
Place of BirthTunbridge Wells, Kent
Marital StatusWidower
Next of KinEdward Logan, son, 10th Battalion, CEF
Trade / CallingFarmer
ReligionRoman Catholic
Service Details
Regimental Number198982
Service Record Link to Service Record
Battalion94th Battalion
ForceCanadian Expeditionary Force
BranchCanadian Infantry
Enlisted / ConscriptedEnlisted
Address at EnlistmentRegina, Saskatchewan
Date of EnlistmentFebruary 22, 1916
Age at Enlistment41
Theatre of ServiceCanada
Prisoner of WarNo
Survived WarYes
Death Details

Logan, Daniel

According to his attestation papers that he signed on 22 February 1916 in Kenora, Ontario, Daniel Logan was born on 23 August 1874 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. A birth registration was not found nor was an age appropriate immigration/passenger list record of his coming to Canada. He gave his son Edward with the 10th Battalion CEF in England as next of kin but an Edward Logan did not serve with this battalion or any other Canadian battalions that were not already accounted for/people confirmed. He gave his occupation as a farmer in Regina but no evidence of his having lived in Regina was found. He gave military experience as service of 16 years with the Nots & Derby Regiment. Daniel was struck off strength as a deserter on 3 April 1916. As his identity could not be confirmed, the whereabouts of this man after desertion is not known.

By Judy Stockham



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