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Aubrey Hallett Emenau
Name: Aubrey Hallett Emenau Rank: Private Service No: F/86690 Service: Cape Breton Highlanders, R.C.I.C Date of Birth: November 24, 1919 Place of Birth: Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., NS Date of Enlistment: August 28, 1941 Place of Enlistment: Bridgewater, NS Address At Enlistment: Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., NS Age at Enlistment: 21 Trade: Farm Labourer Marital Status: Single Religion: Baptist Next of Kin: Bertha Belle Emenau (Mother) Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., NS Date of Death: December 21, 1944 Age At Death: 25 Cemetery: Ravenna War Cemetery, Italy Grave Reference: I. E. 4. Listed on the Springfield War Memorial Commemorated on Page 300 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on June 26 Aubrey Hallett Emenau (Emino) was the son of Joseph Alex Emino (1873-1931) and Bertha Belle (Acker) Emenau (1885-1962), of Springfield, Annapolis Co., NS, and had nine siblings. Their are variations in the spelling of the family surname. Aubrey’s brother, Ray Joseph Emineau (1913-1941) also served in the Canadian Army in WWII with the North Nova Scotia Highlanders, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, and died as a result of a sports accident while serving in England September 20, 1941. Aubrey served in Canada from August 22, 1941 until February 28, 1942, in the United Kingdom from March 1, 1942 until October 23, 1943, and in Italy from October 24, 1943 until December 21, 1944. Private Aubrey Hallett Emenau was killed in action near the Sanio River, Italy on December 21, 1944, and is interred at the Ravenna War Cemetery near the village of Piangipane in the Commune and Province of Ravenna, Italy. Sources: Commonwealth War Graves Commission Veterans Affairs Canada findagrave.com
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