Connecticut

There are seven burials in Connecticut.

Private William Christopher Byron served in France with 1st Canadian Works Company. He died of tuberculosis on 4 March 1920 and is buried in Saint Bernard’s Cemetery, Rockville. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private George Henry Chamberlain served in France with No. 73 Company, Canadian Forestry Corps. He died of tuberculosis on 3 July 1921 and is buried in Saint Michael’s Cemetery, Stratford. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private William Foster was an Englishman and naturalised United States citizen who served in France & Flanders with the Army Service Corps. He died of tuberculosis on 10 July 1920 and is buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Britain. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private Winfield George Haviland was a United States citizen, whose service with the Canadian Expeditionary Force from October 1915 was limited to service in Canada. He died of tuberculosis on 2 August 1918 and is buried in Long Ridge Union Cemetery, Stamford. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Cadet Kenneth MacDonald Kearney was born in Connecticut. He served for less than a month with the Royal Flying Corps before succumbing to illness in Toronto on 2 February 1918. He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, New Haven. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Sergeant Michael Francis Moynihan was born in Connecticut. He enlisted under the name Francis Henry Chapman and served in England where he fell sick. He died of tuberculosis in Canada on 29 July 1916 and is buried in Saint James Cemetery, Manchester. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Captain and Brevet Major Bernard Cecil Smyth-Pigott came from a wealthy, landed English family. A regular Army officer of The Durham Light Infantry, he was working as an inspector of small-arms in Connecticut when he died on 15 April 1916 due to complications from a perforated appendix. He is buried in Saint Lawrence Cemetery, West Haven. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

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