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Spr. E. B. Foster

Canadian Army 1st Canadian Tunnelling Coy.

(d.7th Apr 1917)

Sapper Foster lost his life whilst on duty as a listener at Listening Post no. 1 in the workings at St Eloi when the enemy blew a Camoflet beneath the tunnels at 10.15pm, flooding the workings. His body was never recovered and he is remembered on the Menin Gate in Ypres.











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