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Weller Dupuis

In memory of:

Private Weller Dupuis

February 8, 1919
Huy, Belgium

Military Service

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Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment)


14th Bn.

Additional Information


July 25, 1899
St-Tite, Mauricie, Quebec


March 26, 1917
Shawinigan-Falls, Mauricie, Quebec

Baptized Joseph-Guillaume-Émilien Dupuis. Son of François-Xavier Dupuis and Albaïs Dessureault, of Shawinigan-Falls, Mauricie, Québec. He stated being born on 27 July 1898 when he enlisted.

His first name was inscribed “Émilien” in the 1901 census and “Welley” in the 1911 census. He phonetically signed “Weller” when he enlisted, therefore, he is recorded and buried under that spelling.

Upon arrival in France in 1918, he was assigned to serve with the 22nd Battalion, but he never joined the unit. After two weeks with the reinforcements, he was reassigned to the 14th Battalion and served with them until his death in 1919 attributable to the Spanish flu.

Commemorated on Page 533 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information

Grave Reference:

I. B. 13.


HUY (in Flemish, Hoei,) is a town in the Province of Liege, on the river Meuse, between Namur and Liege. The HUY COMMUNAL CEMETERY of La Sarte serves the hamlet of that name. It stands high up the hill on the South side of the town, commanding wide views of the Meuse valley. It contains German, French and Russian War Graves; and in the North corner is a plot, of 329 square yards, in which are buried 55 Canadian soldiers and 54 soldiers and airmen (including two unidentified) from the United Kingdom.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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