Arthur James Brown

Rank: 
Private
Regimental number: 
163245
Unit at enlistment: 
84th Battalion
Force: 
C.E.F.
Volunteered or conscripted: 
Volunteered
Survived the war: 
Yes
Wounded: 
Yes
Birth country: 
England
Birth county: 
Norfolk
Birth city: 
Norwich
Address at enlistment: 
104 Aberdeen Avenue, Brantford, Ontario
Next of kin address: 
104 Aberdeen Avenue, Brantford, Ontario
Trade or calling: 
Moulder
Employer: 
Cockshutt Plow Co.
Religious denominations: 
Salvation Army
Marital status: 
Married
Age at enlistment: 
40

Letters and documents

BX April 19, 1917

Reported Wounded

Gunner Arthur Shutt of Brantford is today reported wounded. His next of kin is his mother, Mrs. Alice Shutt. He is in a hospital with a gunshot wound in his left shoulder. Pte. A.J. Brown of Paris is today reported seriously ill.

BX April 21, 1917

Brantford Casualties

The Brantford casualty list continues to grow. This morning a number of others in addition to those listed yesterday were reported.

Pte. Arthur James Brown, infantry, is now in the 14th General Hospital, Boulogne, with a gunshot wound in the left arm and another in the hip, received April 10. The wounds are severe. The word was received by his wife, Mrs. Emma Brown, 104 Aberdeen Avenue. He was a member of the Salvation Army in this city, and was employed by the Cockshutt Plow Company.