Bullard, Ferguson

  • Township: East Nissouri
  • Rank: Private
  • Branch: Royal Canadian Corps of Signals
  • Date of birth: 1901
  • Date of death: 1967
  • Burial location: St. Johns Anglican Cemetery, Thamesford, Ontario, Canada
  • Wars Served: World War II
  • Country enlisted with: Canada

Biography

Private Ferguson Bullard was one of the first to enlist in September, 1939; he served in the Army Signal Corps until 1940 when he was discharged due to previous injuries. Ferguson worked at Central Aircraft in Crumlin for the remainder of the war.  He is buried in St. Johns Anglican Cemetery, Thamesford, Ontario, Canada.

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