- Frank Synnott
Though born in Canada, Red Synott came to America as a young man and fought with the U.S. Navy in World War I. He had by then become a well-known hockey star, playing with the Boston Maples, the Arena Hockey Club, and the Boston AA team. After retiring from hockey he became a referee in local college games and also for the Canadian-American Hockey League. Synott worked as a printer for the Boston Herald newspaper for most of his life. He became a US citizen on 6 September 1918.
Year of birth also seen as 1889 and 1890. His first name is sometimes listed as Francis and his surname is sometimes recorded as Synott. Current details comes from WWI draft document and passport application