Gnr. McIntosh Mourning Card
1917. Sepia photograph by J. Weston Folkestone (obverse). ML gift of London Public Library 1962.109.001A
CEF no. 333957
McIntosh was born on 29 August 1897, in Allandale, ON, to Reverend W. R. and Jane (“Jennie”) A. McIntosh. Before the war, Gnr. McIntosh lived with his parents at 826 King St. in London, ON, and was enrolled as a student at London Collegiate Institute. In 1916, Gnr. McIntosh joined the 63rd Battery. Gnr. McIntosh died of wounds received in action, on 14 July 1917, while serving with the 3rd Brigade Canadian Field Artillery. He was nineteen years of age.
He is commemorated on page 283 of the First World War Book of Remembrance (Memorial Chamber, Peace Tower, Parliament Hill).
Grave: Lapugnoy Military Cemetery, France.
Commemorated on: family grave, Greenhill Cemetery, Huron County, ON.