Anson Pringle son of Stephen Pringle and Annie Blakely (Mrs. Simon Wright, born Charity Ann Blakely) died in World War 1 on 11 Feb 1919 in Liverpool England where No. 5 Canadian General Hospital was located at Kirkdale (suburb of Liverpool). He is buried at the Liverpool - Kirkdale Cemetery there.
=== His Attestation Papers list his next of kin as Mrs. Simon Wright.
=== At the Canadian Virtual War Memorial Headstone documents list his next of kin as Mrs. Annie Wright, mother, of Denby, Ontario.
=== At the Commonwealth War Graves Commission web-site:
* Name: A. Pringle;
* Service#: 1006266;
* Rank: Sapper;
* Regiment: Canadian Railway Troops;
* Unit: 6th Battalion;
* Died: 11 Feb 1919;
* Cemetery: Liverpool (Kirkdale);
* Grave: VII.N.C. 984.
* Note 1: A sapper is a combat engineer who performs road & bridge work including: breaching; demolitions; building; laying and clearing minefields; and airfield construction and repair, etc.)
* Note 2: At Kirkdale Cemetery more than a hundred Canadian's were buried there.
* Anson can be found at https://www.findagrave.com
. . where he is listed as (Sapper) A. Pringle d 1919. I have sent in a name change to Anson. Once done he should be listed as (Sapper) Anson Pringle.
I like to see that the War vets in my family are attached to their parents or other family and hope to find out more about his father and mother and where they are buried, so Anson will be with his parents. My mother is a Pringle and Anson was my late Grandfather's 3rd cousin.
Kindest Regards... Susan Johnson