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Colquhoun, Kenneth Charles
Kenneth Charles Colquhoun Leading Aircraftman U/190358 Royal Canadian Air Force June 23, 1923 North Sydney, NS October 9, 1942 Sackville, NB 19 5 feet, 9 inches medium blue brown University Student Single United Church Dorothy Mary Colquhoun (Mother) Sydney NS January 18, 1944 20 Hardwood Hill Cemetery, Sydney Commemorated on page 277 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on June 15 Kenneth Charles Colquhoun was the son of Walter Alexander and Dorothy Mary Colquhoun, of Sydney, NS. Prior to his enlistment he was a second year Commerce student at Mt. Allison University, Sackville, NB. While at university he served as a COTC Cadet (1941-1942). He enlisted with the University Air Training Corps (Special Reserve) Mt. Allison Squadron. While training at Camp Borden, Leading Aircraftman Colquhoun was killed in a flying accident during night solo flying when his aircraft crashed.