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Sergeant Archibald Wilson

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May 2, 2019 ... a pair of leather boots and buttons bearing the insignia of the 16th Battalion. Through historical, genealogical, anthropological, archaeological, and DNA analysis, with the assistance of the Canadian Forces Forensic Odontology Response Team, and the Canadian Museum of History, the Casualty Identification Review Board was able to confirm the identity

Private Thomas Lawless

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May 2, 2019 ...Private Thomas Lawless In 2003, two sets of skeletal remains were discovered near Avion, France. One set of remains was identified as those of Private Thomas Lawless. Facial reconstruction of Private Lawless used to aid in his identification. Created by University of Western Ontario, Christian Corbet and Dr. Andrew Nelson. (Photo: Dr. Andrew Nelson) Born

Private Lachlan McKinnon

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Apr 29, 2019 ... (CEF). He enlisted in the 78th Canadian Infantry Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers), CEF in Winnipeg, Manitoba in August 1915. In May of 1916, he arrived in England, leaving for France in August 1916. He served with the 78th Battalion until his death on 11 August 1918 in Hallu, France. Thirty-five soldiers of the 78th Battalion were presumed to have been killed

Private Sidney Halliday

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Apr 29, 2019 ..., Manitoba. Prior to enlisting in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), Halliday was a farmer and unmarried. In December 1915, he enlisted to the 78th Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers), in Minto, Manitoba. In May 1916, Private Halliday arrived in England and then embarked for France in September of that year. He served with the 78th Battalion until his death on 11

Register to find your missing military family member

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May 1, 2019 ...Register to help identify Canadian war dead with no known grave The Directorate of History and Heritage (DHH) of the Department of National Defence, in support of the Casualty Identification Program, responds to the newly discovered human remains of Canadian war dead (including Newfoundlanders before 1949) with no known grave from: the First World War

Lance Sergeant John Oscar Lindell

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Apr 24, 2019 ... Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers), CEF Remains discovered in 2007 Buried at Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s Caix British Cemetery, Section II, Plot AA, Grave 13 John Oscar Lindell was born on 27 December 1884 in Sweden. In 1901, he and his family left Mälmo, Sweden for Manitoba. Prior to enlisting in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Lindell was a railroad

Sergeant James Alexander Milne

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Apr 4, 2019 ... Cemetery, Section 6, Plot K, Grave 5 James Alexander Milne was born on 10 February 1883, at Gellybrands, Cookney, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Raised by his maternal grandmother Eliza Valentine (née Smith, widowed Milne), he immigrated to Canada between 1905 and 1911. He was unmarried and worked as a labourer in Calgary before enlisting in the Canadian Expeditionary

Canadian military reports

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Mar 19, 2019 ...Canadian military reports Reports from the Directorate of History and Heritage (DHH) archives and library. These reports support the research and writing of official histories. They are available to the general public on site and online. DHH has placed all static holdings currently available for download from our website in an indexed and searchable

List of extant commissioned ships

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Apr 1, 2019 ...Extant commissioned ships List of extant commissioned ships, those still in service as of April 24, 2001, including links to their badges, mottoes, colours, battle honours, lineages and operational history. This is part of the Canadian Armed Forces "Official Lineages" reference guide: Volume 2: Extant Commissioned Ships. HMCS Athabaskan HMCS Brandon HMCS

Private William Del Donegan

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Apr 3, 2019 ..., archaeological, and DNA analysis, with the assistance of the Canadian Forces Forensic Odontology Response Team, and the Canadian Museum of History, the Casualty Identification Review Board was able to confirm the identity of the remains as those of Private William Del Donegan in October 2017. Private Donegan was buried on 25 August 2018 in the Commonwealth War Graves

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