100 Years Ago: Nine Foreigners to Fort Henry

The Intelligencer March 3, 1915 (page 2)

“Nine Foreigners Go to Fort Henry. Last evening, under an escort of a sergeant and members of the 15th regiment, who have enlisted here as members of the third contingent, nine foreigners were taken to Kingston, it being alleged that they were endeavoring to leave this country for the United States. There were eleven arrested but a man and his wife, who were amongst the party were allowed to return to their home at Point Ann.

When the escort and party arrived at Kingston they were compelled to march about three miles to Fort Henry where the foreigners were placed in charge of the military authorities.”