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Albert Joseph Fee

Rank: Private
Street: 46 Francis Street
Town/Village: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Civil Parish:
Catholic Parish:
Alternative Address: Church Street, Longford
Census 1901: Given as Bertie Fee.
Census 1911: None, but in 1916 Canadian Census of Manitoba
Regiment/Unit: Army Service Corps, Canadian Expeditionary Force
Regiment Number: 2115210
Date of Death:
Cause: Survived the war
Information: Albert was born in Longford in on the 12December 1887. He served in the Yeomanry in 1907 and emigrated to Winnipeg in August 1908 to join his brother Walter (via New York, on the 'Adriatic'). Fee enlisted with the C.E.F. in 1917, where he gave his trade as 'grocer'.
Parents Names: Son of Mary Fee, Church Street, Longford
Notes: Bertie's mother, Mary, was an interesting women. She had been widowed by 1901, but nevertheless, continued to run the family building and hardware merchant's company. She appears to have been living in Edgeworthstown by 1908. Her elder sons were also in the trade. By 1911, the eldest sons, Lewis and George, were still living at home but were in charge of a sawmill, presumably by the Camlin River approximately where Fee Court is located today. Bertie's brother, Walter Milbourne Fee, also lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba. However, by the time that Walter passed away in 1936, Albert had returned to Longford (see Walter's obituary: ).

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