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Craig Henry Goulden
Craig Henry Goulden Private F/3593 North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment, R.C.I.C. July 13, 1919 Gunning Cove, Shelburne Co., NS June 19, 1942 Dartmouth, NS Gunning Cove, NS 22 5 feet. 5½ inches Fair Hazel Light Brown Single Fisherman Church of England Sadie Goulden (Mother) Gunning Cove, Shelburne Co., NS January 8, 1945 25 Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery I. F. 9 Commemorated on page 519 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on November 3 Private Goulden was the son of George Henry Goulden (d. September 27, 1927) and Sarah (Sadie) Derick (former Goulden). He had two brothers and four sister. Craig Goulden completed basic training at #60 CABTC Yarmouth, NS and advanced training at Aldershot, NS between May, 1941 and December 1941. He transferred to the Pictou Highlanders on December 12, 1941. He enlisted for overseas service on June 19, 1942 with the Pictou Highlanders and served in Gander, Newfoundland between March 16, 1943 and September 14, 1943. He went overseas to the UK in March 1944 and disembarked in France in June, 1944. He was killed in action on January 8, 1945 while serving with the North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment.