Enos Grove Foyle

Surname: Foyle
Other names: Enos Grove
Other people in this story:
Enos Foyle
Emma Lilly Foyle (nee Maidment)
Locations in this story:
Bower Chalke, Wiltshire
Ebbesbourne Wake, Wiltshire
Chauvin, Alberta, Canada
Edmonton, Canada
Bower Chalke, Ebbesbourne Wake, Wiltshire

Enos Grove Foyle was born in Bower Chalke, Wiltshire, on 7 Mar 1900 and baptised at St. John the Baptist Church, Ebbesbourne Wake, Wiltshire, on 15 Apr 1900 the son of Enos Foyle and Emma Lilly Foyle (nee Maidment).  He lived most of his early life in the Bower Chalke and Ebbesbourne Wake area.  He enlisted on 1 Dec 1915 in the Royal Navy as a Boy Class II (Service No. J47272).  He was invalided out on 21 Jul 1916 due to an injury and later awarded the British War Medal.  The 1921 Census shows him living with his parents at Horse Tree Farm, Bower Chalke, assisting his father who was described as an Innkeeper and Stockman. He emigrated to Chauvin, Alberta, Canada, arriving on 11 Apr 1924.  He was due to take up work at Hillside Farm, Chauvin.  He unfortunately died on 15 Sep 1924 and was buried in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on 18 Sep 1924.


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