George Mustoe

Regimental number: 
Unit at enlistment: 
125th Battalion
Volunteered or conscripted: 
Survived the war: 
Mount Hope Cemetery, Soldiers' Plot, Brantford, Ontario
Commemorated at: 
St. George Memorial Plaque
Birth country: 
Birth county: 
Greater London
Birth city: 
London, Ealing, Acton
Address at enlistment: 
St. George, Ontario
Next of kin address: 
210 Dalhousie Street, Brantford, Ontario
Trade or calling: 
Religious denominations: 
Marital status: 
Age at enlistment: 

Letters and documents

BX April 23, 1917

Brant Casualty List Mounts Up – 22 Today – Twenty-Two Names of Local or County Men Given Out Today – First Brant Battalion Draft Suffered Severely

Issued today is one of the lengthiest weekend casualties lists yet made public since the outbreak of war. In the list are given 19 Brantford men, all of whom with one exception were wounded. Three Simcoe men, two Paris men and one Burford man are also in the list. Many are official confirmations. The Expositor having previously mentioned them. 

Suffering from a severe gunshot wound in the right thigh and hand, was the word received yesterday by Mrs. John Fearns in regard to Pte. George Mustoe. Pte. Mustoe went across with the first Brant battalion and left for France in the first draft. He is now in No. 1 General Hospital at Etaples, France, having been admitted on April 13. He was working on a farm at St. George when he enlisted.

BX March 5, 1956

George Mustoe

George Mustoe, 4 Park Avenue east, died Sunday at the Brantford General Hospital, in his 65th year.  He was born in England, came to Canada in 1897 and farmed in the St. George district for several years.  He was a resident of Brantford since 1919 and was employed with the Cockshutt Farm Equipment Ltd. For the past 14 years.  During the First World War Mr. Mustoe served overseas and was wounded.  He was a member of the Canadian Legion, Telephone City Branch, No. 90 Mr. Mustoe is resting at Thorpe Brothers’ Funeral Home, where the service will be held at 3 p.m.  Tuesday.  Interment will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.

BX March 7, 1956

George Mustoe

The funeral of George Mustoe, 4 Park Avenue east, was conducted Tuesday afternoon at Thorpe Brothers Funeral Home.  Rev. Dr. G. Dean Johnston of Central Presbyterian Church officiated.  The pallbearers were Joseph Ross, Albert Marcella, Samuel Pizzey, Ludwig Harding, Michael Puzuk and George Ronald.  Interment was in the Soldiers Plot in Mount Hope Cemetery.