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Pvt John Allen Addie
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Birth: Aug. 14, 1922
Saskatchewan, Canada
Death: Jun. 21, 1944
Departement du Calvados
Basse-Normandie, France

John Allan Addie was born in Colfax, Saskatchewan on August 14, 1922 to William Stevenson Addie and Maude Pearl Addie. He graduated from Scott Collegiate and worked for Western Groceries, a wholesale grocery company.
John enlisted July 30, 1942 in Regina, becoming a private in the Canadian Scottish Regiment RCIC.*1 Their moto was "Ready for the Fray".
He was killed in action and buried in the Beny-sur-Mer Cemetery near Reviers, Calvados, France, just off the main highway from Caen to Courseulles-sur-Mer where Juno Beach is located.
John Allan Addie (L/93693) has an Addie Lake east of Fontaine Lake (74O10) 59degrees 42' 106degrees18' named after him.*1

*1 Age Shall Not Weary Them
Saskatchewan Remembers Its War Dead
by Bill Barry 
Family links: 
  William Stephenson Addie (1883 - 1944)
  Maude Donaldson McRae Addie (1888 - 1939)
  Evelyne Addie (1915 - 2003)*
  John Allen Addie (1922 - 1944)
*Calculated relationship
Note: Private, Canadian Scottish Regiment, R.C.I.C. Son of William Stevenson Addie and Maude Donaldson Addie, of Regina, Saskatchewan. Age 21.
Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery
Departement du Calvados
Basse-Normandie, France
Plot: VII. B. 6.
Maintained by: Shirley Tort
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56104430
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Remembering with respect and gratitude Pvt Addie and his service to Canada.
- Shirley Tort
 Added: Sep. 30, 2015
JOhnnie was a friend of my mother, Jean Stowe. In 1994 she, my son and I visited the cemetery on a tour and my son located Johnnie's grave. We spent a few quiet moments and laid a Canadian paper flag at his site... How touching.
- Pamela Corke
 Added: Sep. 20, 2015

- Lance
 Added: Feb. 20, 2015
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