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Warrant Officer Class II James Edgerton “Ted” Doan

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Warrant Officer Class II James Edgerton “Ted” Doan

Birth
Death
14 Sep 1939 (aged 34)
Memorial Site*
Ottawa, Ottawa Municipality, Ontario, Canada

* A structure erected in honor of someone whose remains lie elsewhere.

Plot
Panel 1. Column 1.
Memorial ID
18427892 View Source

Born: Moose Jaw, Sask.
Died: N.S.

Son of Ida May Love and Charles Wilson Doan(9), George Monroe(8), Jesse(7), John(6), Ebenezer(5), Joseph(4), Daniel(3), Daniel(2), Deacon John Doane(1). Married to Vera Gertrude Foster. Mr. Doan, a pilot in the R.C.A.F., resided in Ottawa after his marriage. On 14 Sep 1939, while on a flight from Ottawa to Sydney, N.S., he was reported missing. His plane was not located in the bush of N.S. until July 1958. P/O Doan and his companion officer are considered to be, by the Dept. of National Defense of Canada, the 1st Canadian war casualties of W.W.II.

This is a Memorial Site. Cenotaph here

Born: Moose Jaw, Sask.
Died: N.S.

Son of Ida May Love and Charles Wilson Doan(9), George Monroe(8), Jesse(7), John(6), Ebenezer(5), Joseph(4), Daniel(3), Daniel(2), Deacon John Doane(1). Married to Vera Gertrude Foster. Mr. Doan, a pilot in the R.C.A.F., resided in Ottawa after his marriage. On 14 Sep 1939, while on a flight from Ottawa to Sydney, N.S., he was reported missing. His plane was not located in the bush of N.S. until July 1958. P/O Doan and his companion officer are considered to be, by the Dept. of National Defense of Canada, the 1st Canadian war casualties of W.W.II.

This is a Memorial Site. Cenotaph here


Inscription

Royal Canadian Air Force

Gravesite Details

P/240


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