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Lloyd Logan Roblee Rifleman F/40323 Royal Rifles of Canada, R.C.I.C. January 30, 1920 New Glasgow, Pictou Co., NS March 27, 1940 Aldershot, NS Springhill, NS 20 5 feet, 4 inches Medium Blue Light Brown Single Student/Truck Driver Church of England Myles Roblee (Father) Springhill,. NS April 21, 1944 24 Yokohama War Cemetery, Japan Cdn Sec. B. A. 10. Commemorated on Page 430 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on September 11 Lloyd Logan Roblee was the son of Myles Logan Roblee (1900-1951) and Emily Breen (Hale) Roblee (1887-1946). Taken on strength on March 17, 1940 with the West Nova Scotia Regiment, he completed training at Aldershot, NS and Camp Borden, Ontario. He served in Newfoundland between December 30, 1940 and July 31, 1941. He returned to Canada on August 1, 1941 and on October 27, 1941 left Canada serving with the Royal Rifles of Canada for Hong Kong. He was taken as a prisoner of war on December 25, 1941 and was transferred when prisoners were sent to internment camps in Japan. While at Camp No 5, Niigata, Japan he died of disease on April 21, 1944.
Lloyd Logan Roblee
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