|Grant Workman (#48149554)|
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|Martin Douglas Packer||Albert Rorke|
"Birth: 1916, Canada
Death: Feb. 16, 1944, England [Edit Dates]
Casualty of WWII,Albert was a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Forces-Army Air Corps Service # O-886242.
He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
He entered the Service from Canada."
date of birth/birthplace please?
|Mary Lou Freeman Yoder||Ted Walter|
I appreciate so much your time and effort for providing the picture of the Ted Walter stone.
|Margaret Rose||RE: Sgt. William Baird|
Thanks for the info on the airmen who were found in BC. It's an amazing story .... very similar to the one about the two airmen recovered from Lake Muskoka in Ontario after 72 years. Apparently there is still a large number of crash sites in Canada that still haven't been found. Hopefully they all will be eventually and the men get a proper burial.
|Marcel ROSVELDS||Flying Officer (Pilot) Charles Trevor Pidcock|
you left a virtual flower. I just posted a photo of his marker. Thank you officer Pidcock for keeping my country free.
|Michael H||RE: John B. Allan|
Is your inquiry somehow related to the Find A Grave record I added at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=114479537? If so, please note that I am not related to this person and likely cannot confirm whether he is the same person you found listed on the cenotaph in Powell River, B.C.
If you are looking for Canadian war veterans generally, you may want to try the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website (http://www.cwgc.org). Perhaps you can find a record hear that compliments the burial date listed on the record I entered.
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