Central School Honour rollRudolph Robert Corbett 43rd Howitzer Battery, Canadian Field Artillery 307610 Rudolph signed his attestation papers on the 6th of December 1915 at Guelph, Ontario. He was a student, born on the 12th of February 1896 at Mimico, York, Ontario.
His parents: Thomas Corbett ( 1856 — 1923 ) and,
Annie Maria Young ( 1856 — 1940 )-(Funeral director file)
At New Westminster in 1920, we find Rudolph who normally was working as a rancher in Princeton, B.C., with enough time to get married to Minda Alvilde Hanson. And later in 1940 he was living in Toronto.
Brothers: Arthur Ernest Corbett ( 1880 — 1960) ; Frederick William Corbett,( 1889 — 1962 ) also Thomas Edward Corbett ( 1885 — 1934 )
Sisters: Marie Emmeline Corbett "Freeman"( 1883 — 1955 ); Helen Corbett "McLeod" ; Florence Amy Corbett "Swackhamer" ( 1894 — 1958 )
SERVICE RECORD: states that he was demobilized on the 7th of April 1919 at Toronto, Ontario.
NOTE: No idea when he or his wife passed away. His brother Frederick William Corbett, also served in WWI