WWI War Bride
This is from the Twillingate Sun on Saturday August 16, 1952 page 1.
Mrs. John Burton of Durrell's who last week enplaned at Gander for a short visit home to Scotland her first since she left as a young war bride some thirty four years ago, arrived safely, we are informed. Leaving here by motor boat at 10:00 am one day, Mrs. Burton had only a ten minute wait at Gander and was home at Prestwick 7:30 am on the following day.

Mrs. John Burton

Maiden Name:
From: Prestwick?, Scotland
Husband: John
Date of Marriage:
Date of Departure:
Ships Name:
Date Arrived in NL/Canada:
Port of Arrival:
Date Arrived in NL.:1918
Settled in: Durrell's Arm, Twillingate?

Information found and provided by Annette Fulford
Canadian War Brides of the First World War

Annette Fulfordfound that a J. Burton from Durrell's Arm, Twillingate was a Private (Reg # 2947)
with the First Newfoundland Regiment, 3RD BATTALION - "C" COMPANY, Platoon Number 11 - Section 12, online at
http://ngb.chebucto.org/Articles/nfreg-1916-sjcity.shtml(scroll down)