golden lake (our lady)

 
GOLDEN LAKE INDIAN RESERVE
ONTARIO
CANADA
cem photo
cem plan
pas d'infos cimetiere
no cemetery informations
GRADE / RANK NOM /NAME PRENOM / SURNAME

MATRICULE /

REGIMENTAL NUMBER

AGE DU DECES /

AGE OF DECEASED

NATION GUERRE / WAR

CAUSE DU DECES/

CAUSE OF DEATH

SEPULTURE / GRAVE
Private AMIKONS desmond v   65  algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

naturel / natural death tombe militaire / miltary plot
Rifleman AMIKONS lennox v   80 algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

 naturel / natural death  tombe militaire / miltary plot
Rifleman AIRD dixon james   58 algonquin  inconnue / unknow  naturel / natural death  tombe militaire / miltary plot
Private BAILEY john l   65 algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

 naturel / natural death tombe militaire / miltary plot
Private BAPTISTE leo f   62 algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

naturel / natural death tombe militaire / miltary plot
Sapeur BENNETT patrick j   72 algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

 naturel / natural death tombe militaire / miltary plot
Private COOKE james l   67 algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

 naturel / natural death  tombe militaire / miltary plot
Private LINDSAY edward jr   61 algonquin    naturel / natural death  tombe militaire / miltary plot
Trooper MENESS joseph d   61 algonquin

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

 naturel / natural death  tombe militaire / miltary plot
Gunner MENESS wallace g   72 algonquin  

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

 naturel / natural death  tombe militaire / miltary plot
Private WHITEDUCK john b 788605 75 Algonquin 1ere et 2eme guerre mondiale / 1st and 2nd world war naturel / natural death tombe militaire / miltary plot
Commentaires (1)

1. Shannon Amikons 08/11/2014

Lennox V. Amikons is my grandfather on my father's side. He was such a loving man. I never knew to much about my grandpa's role in WW2. Now I can see that he was a rifleman. He must have been an excellent shooter to have so many medals. When he passed away, he made sure that all his children & their children were there to see him off to the great beyond. He was always firm on family traditions. Since his passing the whole family hasn't been as close. Grandpa was the glue that held this family together. I'm sure he had his faults, but he tried to be the best he could. PTSD was a big role in his life afterwards. I'm sure if mental health issues were a big deal like today he would've lived to 100 years old. Regardless he is a man to honor, celebrate and remember!
I want to thank all the aboriginal men & women who fought for the freedom of the generations to come. Without your dedication to see that this world is free. Thank you for my freedom & the freedom of generations to come. My thoughts & prayers for those who never made it home, may you find your loved ones in heaven.

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