Marvin Whyte

Rank: 
Corporal
Regimental number: 
20089
Unit at enlistment: 
10th Battalion
Force: 
C.E.F.
Volunteered or conscripted: 
Volunteered
Survived the war: 
Yes
Wounded: 
Yes
Commemorated at: 
St. George Memorial Plaque
Birth country: 
Canada
Birth county: 
Brant
Birth city: 
St. George, Ontario
Next of kin address: 
St. George, Ontario
Trade or calling: 
Bank clerk
Employer: 
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Religious denominations: 
Presbyterian
Marital status: 
Single
Age at enlistment: 
19

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. 

Severely wounded on April 10, in the legs, back and head was the word received in St. George yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. D. Whyte, in regard to their son, Pte. Marvin Whyte. Pte. Whyte, received his wounds while serving under Lieut. George Cockshutt. Pte. Whyte is very well known throughout the district and was an employee of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. He was at one time a student of the Brantford Business College.