Native American and Canadian aboriginal veteran List. (cemetery site)

thunder bay

 
THUNDER BAY
ONTARIO
CANADA
cem photo
cem plan
Thunder Bay (a l'origine Port Arthur) est une ville et un port au Nord Ouest du Lac Superieur. Durant la 2eme guerre mondiale, un camp de prisonnier de guerre fut construit non loin de la. Le cimetiere se trouve a la limite de la ville, 4km a l'ouest de la gare. Il contient les tombes des deux guerres mondiales.

 

Thunder Bay (formerly Port Arthur) is a city and port on the north-western coast of Lake Superior. During the 1939-1945 War a prisoner of war camp was set up nearby. This cemetery, which is privately owned, lies at the city limits, 4 kilometres west of the Canadian National Railway station, Thunder Bay. It contains war graves of both world wars. 

 

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
Lead Air ARMSTRONG john R/180270 25  ojibway

2eme guerre mondiale

2nd world war

accident 17
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