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Abramson, Roderick W. November 1, 1944 (Sergeant) 3rd Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (Enlisted at Yarmouth, May 8, 1942) Bell, David November 30, 1944 (Flying Officer) 429 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Force (Husband of Barbara Ruth Currier [Dunlop] , Yarmouth NS) Dixon, Lorne Emerson February 18, 1944 (Corporal) Eastern Air Command Marine Squadron, Dartmouth NS (Drowned at Lower East Pubnico, Yarmouth Co., NS) Garland, Sidney Archibald March 15, 1944 (Private) No. 60 CIBTC Yarmouth, NS (Drowned in Yarmouth Harbour, Yarmouth Co., NS) Gaudet, Joseph Elise January 6, 1942 (Officer Cadet) West Nova Scotia Regiment, RCIC (Enlisted at Yarmouth, October 31, 1939) Green, Dermott Joseph March 3, 1945 (Signalman) The Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (Enlisted at Yarmouth, January 2, 1942) Higgins, Donald Franklin May 10, 1941 (Sapper) Royal Canadian Engineers (Brother of Guy Higgins, Resident of Yarmouth, NS) Holdright, Glenford Nealey September 22, 1944 (Rifleman) Brockville Rifles (Jamaica) (Completed Basic Training at Camp 60 Yarmouth NS) Jamieson, Gerald Alexander July 6, 1944 (Flying Officer) 15 RAF Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force (Completed Basic Training at Camp 60 Yarmouth NS) McRae, Hector Earl September 23, 1943 (Flying Officer) 428 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force (Brother of James McRae, Resident of Yarmouth, NS) Newell, Robert Glenwright December 16, 1945 (Private) North Nova Scotia Highlanders, RCIC (Completed Basic Training at Camp 60 Yarmouth NS) Schofield, Elmer Daniel October 28, 1944 (Private) Lincoln and Welland Regiment, R.C.I.C (Completed Basic Training at Camp 60 Yarmouth NS) Smith, John Spencer December 13, 1944 (Private) West Nova Scotia Regiment, RCIC (Enlisted at Yarmouth, May 8, 1942) Teale, Arthur Charles September 8, 1944 (Private) Cape Breton Highlanders, RCIC (Completed Basic Training at Camp 60 Yarmouth NS) Toney, Leo Francis April 7, 1945 (Private) South Saskatchewan Regiment, RCIC (Completed Basic Training at Camp 60 Yarmouth NS)
Casualties of those Trained or Stationed in Yarmouth and Relatives of Yarmouth Residents