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Lt. Fred Kellett’s death, as recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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Lt. Fred Kellett’s death, as recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Despite a death, final weeks of training an 'excellent time' for Brandon troops

Possibly the first Brandon military death during the First World War was a bookkeeper and bass singer who was ill even before heading off to war.

Fred Kellett was in his mid-30s when he died of heart disease while training at the Valcartier camp in Quebec on Sept. 18, 1914.

Kellett was ...

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