JACK McINTYRE COLES

 

 

Registered at birth as MARK AITKEN McINTYRE, son of Jessie McIntyre.

 

Born: 23rd June 1890, 57, Portfield Street, Hereford, Herefordshire.

Died: 15th August 1917; age 27; KiA at the Battle of Hill 70, Lens, France.

Enlistment Location: Swift Current, Saskatoon, Canada; Date: 22nd September 1915; Occupation: Store Keeper; Religion: Methodist. Height: 5ft 6 1/2 ins, dark complexion, blue eyes & black hair.

Rank: Private; Service Number: 252036

Regiment: Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment, 10th Battalion.

 

Grave Reference:

Vimy Memorial,

Pas de Calais,

France.

 

Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Mary Coles, of 30, Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich.

 

CENSUS

 

1891   70, Park Street, Hereford, Herefordshire.

 

Mark was 9 months old, and living with his aunt & cousins.

Mary Coles, 39, born Fife, Dunfermline, Scotland.

Catherine Mary Coles, 15, a Dressmaker’s Apprentice, born Hastings, East Sussex.

Emma Coles, 12, born Scotland.

Grace Coles, born Scotland.

James McIntyre Coles, 4, born Ireland.

 

1901   204, Cemetery Road, Ipswich.

 

Recorded as John Mildrum, and a visitor, he was 10 years old.

William Coles, 66, a Foreman – Breadmaker, Cook & Confectioner, born Gravesend, Kent.

Mary, 48.

James, 14.

Leslie Coles, 5, born Ipswich.

 

1911   36, High Street, Ipswich.

 

Recorded as Jack Coles, and a nephew, he was 20 years old, an Engineer’s Clerk – Assistant Storekeeper. He was living with his widowed aunt & cousins.

Mary, 58, a Boarding House Keeper – own account.

James, 24, a Journeyman Confectioner – Bakery, Confectionary & General Grocer.

Leslie Coles, 15, an Engineer – Lathe Operator.

2 boarders.

 

IMMIGRATION

Jack was 21 years old, a Store Keeper when he departed from the Port of Liverpool, travelling on the S.S.’Teutonic’. He arrived on the 26th April 1913 at the Port of Quebec, Canada. Jack’s destination was Saskatoon.

 

On the 25th June 1915, 25 year old Jack M. Coles, a Labourer – Wood, from Swift Current, Saskatoon travelled from the Port of Victoria, B.C. to Seattle, Washington. He recorded his next of kin: mother – Mary Coles.

Jack is also remembered on St. John the Baptist church Ipswich WW1 Memorial

 

Jack is also remembered on the Saskatoon Football Association Memorial & the Saskatchewan Virtual War Memorial.

 

 

Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment, 10th Battalion:

http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/writing/10th.htm

http://svwm.ca/

 

 

 

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