Frank Swannell Diaries: Part I
Frank Swannell was 34 when he enlisted in Victoria on February 2, 1915. He was married to Ada Mary, had two young children and had already embarked on a career as a land surveyor. With his training, he proved very useful to the Army as a map maker, surveying and laying out trenches in France. Learn more.
BC Archives MS-0392
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