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SS Saturnia Glasgow to Montreal Canada 1919

This ship carried Soldiers in the CEF from Newfoundland. For more information on World War 1, and the CEF, see The Canadian Military Heritage Project

Source: National Archives of Canada
Microfilm # T Ė 14702
SS Saturnia, Donaldson line
Masterís name: David Taylor
Sailed: Glasgow to Montreal
Dates: 5 September to 14 September 1919

Newfoundland Repatriation Draft
Name; Age; Country of Birth; Race of People; Destination; Occupation in the Country From Which You Came

BRODERICK, Edward; 23; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
BROWN, Etear(?); 23; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
BENOIT, Austen; 24; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
CORNICK, Francis; 24; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
DOODY, Matthew; 26; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
ELLIOTT, William; 22; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
FLYNN, Cornileus; 21; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
FALLON, Luke; 22; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
HARRIS, Alexander; 19; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
HOUSE, George; 30; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
IVANY, John J.; 28; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
MARTIN, Jack; 25; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
MATTHEWS, Nath; 26; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
PARSONS, Charles; 27; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
PARSONS, Richard; 26; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
ROBERTS, Randell; 19; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
RUMBOLT, Lionel; 20; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
ROSE, R. Clayton; 26; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
SLATTERY, John L.; 23; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
STRAFFORD, Henry; 26; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
SAINSBURY, Peter; 21; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
WILSON, Alfred; 27; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier
WELLS, Clarence; 26; Newfoundland; English; St. Johns, N.F.; Soldier

I hearby certify this party are all citizens of Newfoundland having being repatriated by Newfoundland Government with transportation to St. John N.S. (?) & I guarantee that they are merely passing through Canada in transit & I shall see they all leave via Sydney C.B. by ship belonging to Reid Newfoundland Co. on or about the 16th September 1919. The above party are military men who have done service overseas.

Quebec 14 Sept 1919
[Signature unreadable]
Royal Newfoundland Rep.
[line unreadable]
St. Johnís, Nfld.

Transcriber: Annette Fulford, British Columbia
Transcriber Notes: This is a partial list only

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