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Douglas Milford Rhyno
Douglas Milford Rhyno Private F/1061 West Nova Scotia Regiment, R.C.I.C. September 23, 1920 Milton, Queens Co., NS April 9, 1942 North Bay, Ontario Middleton, NS 22 5 feet, 10½ inches Medium Hazel Dark Brown Fireman Single Baptist Mary Rhyno (Mother) Middleton, Annapolis Co., NS March 28, 1944 23 Moro River Canadian War Cemetery I. D. 8. Commemorated on page 426 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on September 9 Douglas Milford Rhyno was the son of Robert Ralph (b. 1881-1964) and Mary Ellen Rhyno (b. 1890- 1944), of Middleton, NS. While born in Milton, Queens Co., NS, he lived in Middleton for the eleven years prior to his enlistment. Private Rhyno completed basic training at CABTC #60 at Yarmouth, NS. He served in Canada between April 9, 1943 and May 13, 1943; in the United Kingdom between May 14, 1943 and September 12, 1943; and in Italy from September 13, 1943 until his death on March 28, 1944. Private Rhyno was killed in action.