Worked as a Machinist. Son of Alexander and Emily McCall, 80 Clyde Street, Hamilton, Ontario.
He was in charge of a machine gun section and remained on duty till midnight of 23/24th October 1917, during operations at Passchendaele, after which he and a comrade went to a funk hole to get much needed rest. The officer on duty went to call Corporal McCall to relieve him and found that both men had been killed and buried in the debris resulting from a direct hit by a shell. They were unearthed and the bodies taken out for burial.
Buried at Tyne Cot Cemetery, Belgium. Grave Reference XV. D. 2.