George Strangling Wolf was born on the Blood Reserve in 1877. He was married and employed as a shoemaker when he joined the 191st infantry Battalion in Fort McLeod. He was one of many who served in the Battalion from the Blood Tribe. Upon arrival in England, he was transferred to the 50th Battalion. Later while fighting in France he was gassed in 1917. He was treated and sent back to Canada where he received his discharge 8 February 1918 being medically unfit for military service. George did some work with the RCMP. He died September 19, 1947 and is buried in Lethbridge at the Field of Honour beside the Immortal Flame at Mountain View Cemetery.
2024 Banner Application Deadline
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