Moro River Canadian War Cemetery
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Vincent Terrance MacDonald
Vincent Terrance MacDonald Sergeant F/54836 Carleton and York Regiment, R.C.I.C. June 5, 1921 Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, NS October 16, 1939 New Waterford, NS New Waterford, NS 18 5 feet, 7½ inches Fair Brown Brown Grocery Clerk Single (at Enlistment) Roman Catholic Allan Joseph MacDonald (Father) Waterford, NS Mary Elizabeth (Wife) Florence, Cape Breton, NS. (October 31, 1941) April 10, 1944 22 Moro River Canadian War Cemetery IX. A. 7. Commemorated on page 372 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on August 7 Vincent Terrance MacDonald was the son of Allan Joseph and Elizabeth MacDonald and husband of Mary Elizabeth MacDonald, of Florence, Cape Breton, NS. He served in Canada between October 16, 1939 and November 10, 1941; in the United Kingdom between November 11, 1941 and January 12, 1944; and in Italy from January 13, 1944 until his death. Sergeant MacDonald died on April 10, 1944 of wounds the result of a land mine received in action on April 8, 1944. He was initially buried at San Vito, Italy and reburied in 1946 in the Moro River Canadian War Cemetery.