Moro River Canadian War Cemetery
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Thomas Robert Hardy
Thomas Robert Hardy Private F/97213 West Nova Scotia Regiment, R.C.I.C. November 3, 1918 Rose Blanche, Newfoundland January 19, 1942 Sydney, NS North Sydney, NS 23 5 feet, 6 inches Medium Blue Brown Seaman, Merchant Navy Single Church of England John Hardy (Father) North Sydney, NS April 3, 1944 25 Moro River Canadian War Cemetery IX. A. 4. Commemorated on page 328 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on July 16 Thomas Robert Hardy was the son of John and Mary Hardy, of North Sydney, NS. He lived in North Sydney, NS for twelve years prior to enlistment. He completed basic training at #60 CABTC Yarmouth, NS. He departed Canada for overseas on June 2, 1942 at Halifax and disembarked in Liverpool on June 12, 1942. He served in England until June 29, 1943 and served in Italy until his death. Private Hardy died on April 3, 1944 of wounds received in action against the enemy on March 28, 1944.