He was a Sergeant in the 38th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment) when he was killed on October 30, 1918. According to the CEF death register "whilst in support positions, just South West of Valenciennes, he was hit by shrapnel in the stomach and breast, and almost instantaneously killed". He is buried in the Denain Communal Cemetery, France. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission website indicates that he was the son of Francis and Lavinia Frances Hendry, of Mimico, Ontario, Canada.
Hendry Family Gravestone, Mount Pleasant Cemetery Toronto
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His brother William also enlisted but survived the war.