Name:Leonard Arthur DowRank:PrivateService No:G/32177Regiment/Service:Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, RCICDate of Birth:April 2, 1921Place of Birth:Yarmouth, Nova ScotiaDate of Enlistment:September 3, 1939Place of Enlistment:St. John, New BrunswickAddress at Enlistment:16 Summer St., West St. John, NBPrevious Military:St. John Fusiliers (M.G.) (Active Militia) May 25, 1938Age at Enlistment:18Height: 5 feet 4 ¾ inchesWeight: 144 lbs.Complexion: MediumEyes:BrownHair: Dark BrownTrade:CarpenterMarital Status:SingleReligion:Church of EnglandNext of Kin:Leonard Robert Dow (Father) West St. John, NBDate of Death:July 25, 1943 Age at Death:22Cemetery:Agira Canadian War Cemetery, Sicily Grave Reference:A, A, 8.Commemorated on Page 154 of the Second World War Book of RemembranceDisplayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on March 31(Not listed on the Yarmouth War Memorial)Leonard Arthur Dow was born in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, the son of Leonard and Annie Dow. When Leonard was 3 year of age the family moved to St. John, NB. He completed three years of high school at the age of 16 and worked as a carpenter for two years prior to his enlistment. Between enlistment and October, 1942 he was stationed in St. John, NB and served with the St. John Fusiliers. He went overseas arriving in the United Kingdom on October 7, 1942 and served there until July 10, 1943. He was eventually assigned to the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, RCIC. and was serving in Sicily when he was wounded in action and died from wounds on July 25, 1943.