The First World War
Officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Lieut. Ernest Tena Waugh

Soldiers of the First World War database entry - E.T. Waugh

Service:

The Irish Times; July 21st, 1917 edition

"Lieutenant E.T. Waugh, The Royal Canadian Regiment, son of Mrs. Waugh, Dublin, and of Melville Cove, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, who was severely wounded, was a member of the South Irish Yeomanry (old days), and the Black Watch, and was well known in Dublin hockey circles as a member of Richmond Hockey Club. Three of his brothers are serving:- Second Lieutenant C. S. Waugh, King's Own Yorkshire L. I. (Hon. Sec. Irish Hockey Union and Irish Hockey International), Lieut. H. R. Waugh, Canadian Force, and Sergt. R. D. Waugh, Canadian Intelligence Department. Supported by his platoon sergeant, he silenced and captured a German machine-gun which was giving them a great deal of trouble, killing all its crew, when he received his wounds."

Date of Birth - 1886 (tbc)

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