Canadian soldiers from 9th Brigade land June 6, 1944
Frederick William Hood Pilot Officer J/88657 57 RAF Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force Halifax County Died: July 5, 1944
Nova Scotia Casualties - WWII Updated Remembrance Page - July 1
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Wentworth Clyde Jenkins Private F/52097 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, R.C.I.C. Yarmouth County Died: July 2, 1944
Yarmouth Co., Casualty - WWII Updated Remembrance Page - July 1, 2019
Paul Vincent LeBlanc Private F/65303 Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal, R.C.I.C. Yarmouth County Died: July 21, 1944
Yarmouth Co., Casualty - WWII Updated Remembrance Page - July 1, 2019
James Logan Hamilton Private F/66134 North Nova Scotia Highlanders, R.C.I.C. Yarmouth County Died: July 25, 1944
Yarmouth Co., Casualty - WWII Updated Remembrance Page - July 1, 2019
Carl William Wiseman Electrical Artificer 3rd Class V/25582 Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve HMCS Stadacona Yarmouth/Halifax County Died: July 11, 1944
Yarmouth Co., Casualty - WWII Updated Remembrance Page - July 1, 2019
Cecil Edwin Anthony Lance Corporal F/86645 North Nova Scotia Highlanders, R.C.I.C. Queens County Died: July 25, 1944
Queens Co., Casualty - WWII Updated Remembrance Page - July 1, 2019
William Peter Titus Private 536314 Canadian Army Medical Corps/9th and 3rd Field Ambulance Died: March 21, 1971 (aged 72)
Those Who Served Yarmouth Co. - WWI Updated Remembrance Page - July 1, 2019
Leslie Joseph Muise 26 years in Canadian military An Interview with Leslie J. Muise Veteran, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 155 Wedgeport, NS courtesy of Cyrille Leblanc YouTube Video Link Added July 7, 12019
John Bryan Watson Leading Airman FAA/JX 394477 Fleet Air Arm Royal Navy HMS Landrail Lost: July 19, 1944 Age: 20
Updated Remembrance Page - July 12, 2019
SS Cornwallis (Vancouver) December 3, 1944 In the early morning of December 3, 1944, the SS Cornwallis, a Merchant Navy steam ship, was torpedoed off the coast of Maine en route to St John, New Brunswick. 16 Nova Scotia Casualties
Nova Scotia Casualties - WWII New Remembrance Page - July 21
WWII Casualty - Hants County Garnet Clayton Porter Private North Nova Scotia Highlanders, R.C.I.C. August 9, 1944 Age 20
Nova Scotia Casualties - WWII New Remembrance Page - July 21
WWII Casualty - Inverness County Edward Copley Private Algonquin Regiment, R.C.I.C. August 15, 1944 Age 21
Nova Scotia Casualties - WWII New Remembrance Page - July 22
World War II Casualties Halifax County, NS The Casualties born in Halifax County, and those with connections to Halifax County. 740 names (Updated July 24, 2019)
The Korean War Nova Scotia Casualties There are fifty nine identified casualties from Nova Scotia who were killed in action, died of wounds received in action, or died of other causes (Updated Remembrance Pages July 26, 2019)