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Name: Carl William Wiseman Rank: Electrical Artificer 3rd Class Service Number: V/25582 Service: Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve HMCS St. Croix; HMCS Stadacona Awards: Mentioned in Dispatches January 1, 1943 Date of Birth: March 3, 1914 Place of Birth: Dartmouth, NS Date of Enlistment: July 29, 1940 Place of Enlistment: Halifax, NS Date of Death: July 11, 1944 Age at Death: 30 Cemetery: Mount Hermon Cemetery, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada Grave Reference: Lot 73. Block F. Grave 1. 2 Commemorated on Page 481 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on October 14 Carl Wiseman was the husband of Olive May Wiseman, of Yarmouth North, Nova Scotia, married at Yarmouth on September 14, 1940. He was the father of Bruce Gibson Wiseman. Following enlistment, he served at sea aboard the destroyer HMCS St. Croix between September 28, 1940 and December 1942 and was then assigned to HMCS Stadacona. Carl William Wiseman’s Mention in Dispatches from January 1, 1943 read: “Petty Officer (Electrician) Wiseman has given outstanding service in one of HMC Destroyers under conditions of great hardship in the North Atlantic, and by his display at all times of wholehearted devotion to duty has set an inspiring example” He died of illness at Camp Hill Hospital, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Carl William Wiseman