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CPL David Alexander Rennie

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CPL David Alexander Rennie

Birth
Ottawa, Ottawa Municipality, Ontario, Canada
Death
14 Sep 1939 (aged 24)
New Brunswick, Canada
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
18428293 View Source

On 14 Sep 1939, while on a flight from Ottawa to Sydney, N.S., Corporal Rennie was reported missing. Their plane was not located in the bush of N.S. until July 1958. Corporal Rennie and his companion officer Warrant Officer Class II, J.E. Doan are considered to be, by the Dept. of National Defense of Canada, the 1st Canadian war casualties of W.W.II.

On 14 Sep 1939, while on a flight from Ottawa to Sydney, N.S., Corporal Rennie was reported missing. Their plane was not located in the bush of N.S. until July 1958. Corporal Rennie and his companion officer Warrant Officer Class II, J.E. Doan are considered to be, by the Dept. of National Defense of Canada, the 1st Canadian war casualties of W.W.II.


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Royal Canadian Air Force

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P/2258


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