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Name: Paul Henry Hubbard Rank: Lance Corporal Service No: F/58209 Regiment/Service: Algonquin Regiment, R.C.I.C. Date of Birth: March 7, 1925 Place of Birth: Yarmouth, NS Date of Enlistment: March 3, 1944 Place of Enlistment: Halifax, NS Address At Enlistment: Yarmouth, NS Age at Enlistment: 18 Height: 5 feet, 7½ inches Weight: 143 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: Light Brown Trade: Hospital Orderly Marital Status: Single Religion: Roman Catholic Next of Kin: Mrs. Addie Hubbard [Mother] Yarmouth, NS Date of Death: April 18, 1945 Age at Death: 19 Cemetery: Holten Canadian War Cemetery (Overijssel, Netherlands) Grave Reference: VI. F. 6. The 62nd name on the WWII list of the Yarmouth War Memorial (P. Henry on the Yarmouth War Memorial) Commemorated on page 526 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on November 6 Paul Henry [Harry] Hubbard was the son of Mondie E. and Addie M. Hubbard, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. He was the youngest of twelve children. He served in Canada between March 3, 1944 and August 4, 1944, in the United Kingdom between August 5, 1944 and November 10, 1944, and in France, Belgium and Germany from November 11, 1944 until his death on April 18, 1945. Lance Corporal Hubbard was killed in action against the enemy in Germany. He was buried at the temporary Canadian Cemetery at Friesoythe, Belgium and reburied in Holten Cemetery in 1946. Sources and Information: Commonwealth War Graves Commission Veterans Affairs Canada
Paul Henry Hubbard
Image from the collection of Lillian (Hubbard) Scoville sister of Paul H. Hubbard