Arthur Lionel Malley signed up on this day in 1916 in Cobourg. He was born on December 8th, 1896, the son of William James Malley and Ada (née Moodie). He noted on his attestation form that he had attended two courses with the Royal School of Artillery. The photograph above was taken in 1914, when Arthur was a member of the Deseronto Fire Team.
Malley joined the Cobourg Heavy Battery with the regimental number 1260514. The picture below shows the fourth draft of this unit, which left for England in June 1916. Arthur was five feet ten inches tall, with a dark complexion, hazel eyes and brown hair.
Malley survived the war and married Hellen Isobel Weaver in Trenton on June 20th, 1928, when his occupation was customs clerk. He died in May 1952 and is buried in the Deseronto Cemetery alongside his parents.