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Nethen Raymond Harrington Rank: Sapper Service No: F/21249 Regiment/Service: Royal Canadian Engineers   Place of Birth: Melbourne, Yarmouth Co.,NS Date of Birth: November 7, 1923 Date of Enlistment: April 2, 1943 (Halifax NS) ; March 27, 1945 (Debert) Address at Enlistment: Lower Melbourne Trade: Farmer Religion: Roman Catholic Next of Kin: Helen Harrington (Mother) Lower Melbourne, Yarmouth NS Son of John and Helen Harrington, of Lower Melbourne, Yarmouth Co., NS He was found dead November 1, 1945 the result of  a vehicle accident. The certificate of registration of death noted that his military truck went over a 40 foot embankment on the highway near Newport Corner, West Hants Co, NS and he was killed instantly. The information was provided by Captain Peach, Windsor Military Camp. Harrington was buried November 6, 1945 in the family plot at the Pinkney's Point (St. Raphael) Cemetery. Date of Death: November 1, 1945 Age at Death: 21 Cemetery: Pinkney’s Point (St. Raphael) Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Canada Grave Site:   Family Plot. The 49th name on the WWII list of the Yarmouth War Memorial (Raymond N. on the Yarmouth War Memorial) Commemorated on page 522 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on November 4 Sources and Information: Commonwealth War Graves Commission Veterans Affairs Canada Library and Archives Canada Province of Nova Scotia Certificate of Registration of Death    
Nethen Raymond Harrington
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