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Sgt L. W. Daily


Identification

Name/Service Number: Sergeant Larry William Daily

Date of Birth: 12 March 1948

Date of Death: 10 November 1977

Place of Birth: Miami, Manitoba

Place of Death: Ismailia, Egypt

Unit at time of death: CFB Moose Jaw attached to Military Engineering Unit UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment:

Command:

Date of Enrolment: 22 April 1968

Corps/Regiment: Military Engineering Branch

Place of Enrolment: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service Medal, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of John and Gladys Daily of Carman, Manitoba. Husband of Shirley Daily, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Last Known NOK Location: Moose Jaw, SK

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 166


Burial Information

Cemetery: Moose Jaw (Rosedale) Cemetery

Location: Moose Jaw, SK

Grave Reference: Lot 184, Section 11, Grave 2

Cemetery History:



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Capt J. P. Decoste, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: H51606602 Captain James Patrick Decoste

Date of Birth: 7 December 1955

Date of Death: 18 September 1993

Place of Birth: Charlottetown, PEI

Place of Death: Gracac, Republic of Croatia

Unit at time of death: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry UNPROFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 17 October 1973

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Protection Force Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration,


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Ruth Decoste, of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Mrs. Decoste was honoured as the Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother at the Remembrance Day ceremonies in Charlottetown on November 11, 2001.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 194


Burial Information

Cemetery: U/K

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History:


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Sgt F. R. B. Demers, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: 92537 Sergeant Francois Bernard Demers

Date of Birth: 2 August 1948

Date of Death: 5 December 1977

Place of Birth: Chicoutimi, Québec,

Place of Death: Ismailia, Egypt

Unit at time of death: Canadian Forces School of Administration and Logistics attached to 73 Service Battalion UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 24 May 1966

Corps/Regiment: Logistics Branch

Place of Enrolment: Chicoutimi, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Raymond Demers and Carmen (nee Gravel) of Chicoutimi, Québec. Brother of Francine Demers. Husband of Mary Brenda Gail (nee Butcher) Demers of Borden, Ontario

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 166


Burial Information

Cemetery: Ottawa (Pinecrest) Cemetery

Location: Ottawa, Ontario

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History:


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Cpl G. J. S. Desmarais


Identification

Name/Service Number: B76 036 857 Corporal Gilles Joseph Stephan Desmarais

Date of Birth: 7 June 1975

Date of Death: 25 September 1998

Place of Birth: Sudbury, ON

Place of Death: Zgon, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Unit at time of death: 2e Régiment du Génie / 2 Combat Engineer Regiment SFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 26 April 1995

Corps/Regiment: Military Engineering Branch

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), and NATO Medal Stabilization Force Medal with Former Yugoslavia Bar


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Joffre and Carmen Desmarais. Step brother of Roger Giroux. Brother of Denis and Rose-Anne Desmarais. Uncle of Stephan Desmarais.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 204


Burial Information

Cemetery: Noelville Cemetery

Location: Noelville, Ontario

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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Pte C. A. Dodge


Identification

Name/Service Number: R21989878 Private Christopher Arthur Dodge

Date of Birth: : 4 May 1959

Date of Death: 2 July 1979

Place of Birth: Etobicoke, Ontario

Place of Death: Cairo, Egypt

Unit at time of death: 73rd Canadian Signals Squadron - UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 11 May 1976

Corps/Regiment: Communications and Electronics Branch

Enrolment Place: Kitchener, Ontario

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus Medal, United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Arthur and Beverly Dodge. Brother of Carrie Lee Hammond.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 169


Burial Information

Cemetery: Burlington (Greenwood) Cemetery

Location: Burlington, Ontario

Grave Reference: Grave 5, Section J, Plot 92

Cemetery History: U/K


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Pte J. L-M. B. Doucet

Identification

Name/Service Number: B20501925 Private Joseph Louis-Marc Bertrand Doucet

Date of Birth: 5 January 1975

Date of Death: 12 July 1997

Place of Birth: Montreal, Québec

Place of Death: Dominican Republic

Unit at time of death: 3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment attached to UNMIH


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command:

Date of Enrolment: 26 September 1995

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - Royal 22e Régiment

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous) and United Nations Mission in Haiti


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Jean-Guy and Jocelyne (née Bonneville) Doucet of Mascouche, Québec. Brother of Sylvain and grand-son of Mrs. Jeanne Ducharme Doucet of Mascouche, Québec.

Last Known NOK Location: Mascouche, Quebec

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 202


Burial Information

Cemetery: Montreal (Laval) St. Vincent De Paul R. C. CEM.

Location: Montréal, Québec

Grave Reference: Lot 1545

Cemetery History: U/K



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Sgt A. R. J. Dupont


Identification

Name/Service Number: Sergeant André Roméo Joseph Dupont

Date of Birth: 15 September 1956

Date of Death: 24 April 1977

Place of Birth: Asbestos, Québec

Place of Death: Dhekelia, Cyprus

Unit at time of death: 8 Medical Company attached to UNFICYP


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 15 September 1973

Corps/Regiment: Branche des services de santé/ Health Services Branch

Place of Enrolment : Sherbrooke, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Roméo and Jacqueline (nee Marcotte) Dupont of Asbestos, Québec. Brother of Sylvie.

Last Known NOK Location: Asbestos, Québec.

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 167


Burial Information

Cemetery: Asbestos (St. Aime De Shipton) Cemetery

Location: Asbestos, Québec,

Grave Reference: Lot B80

Cemetery History: U/K


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Lt K. E. Edmonds, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: ZK9445 Lieutenant Kenneth Ernest Edmonds

Date of Birth: 30 August 1920

Date of Death: 25 December 1964

Place of Birth: Chilliwack, British Columbia

Place of Death: Cyprus

Unit at time of death: Attached to HQ Nicosia Zone, UNFICYP


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 4 September 1939

Corps/Regiment: Canadian Intelligence Corps

Place of Enrolment : Calgary, Alberta

Entitled Honours and Awards: 1939-45 Star, Italy Star, France-Germany Star, Defence Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp, 1939-45 War Medal, Special Service Medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Mr. Ernest James and Mrs. Florence May Edmonds of Chilliwack, British Columbia. Husband of Mrs. Caroline Edmonds of London, Ontario.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 122


Burial Information

Cemetery: Dhekelia Garrison British Military Cemetery

Location: Dhekelia, Cyprus

Grave Reference: Grave 17, Row A, Plot 3

Cemetery History: The cemetery is located in Dhekelia, Cyprus near Larnaca. There are graves for nine Canadians who served with the United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) and who died between 1964 and 1970.



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Cpl N. Edwards


Identification

Name/Service Number: N50709031 Corporal Neilson Edwards

Date of Birth: 30 November 1947

Date of Death: 24 December 1974

Place of Birth: Chapleau, Ontario

Place of Death: Ismailia, Egypt

Unit at time of death: U/K attached to 73 Canadian Service Battalion UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 18 January 1966

Corps/Regiment: Land Ordnance Engineering Branch

Place of Enrolment: North Bay, Ontario

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Husband of Gladys Edwards and father of Tara and Dione Edwards of London, Ontario. Brother of Desmond Edwards.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 160


Burial Information

Cemetery: London (St. Peter's) Roman Catholic Cemetery

Location: London, Ontario

Grave Reference: Lot 98, Section C, Row AE, Grave 4

Cemetery History: U/K


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F/O R. V. Edwards


Identification

Name/Service Number: 96031 Flying Officer Richard Vaughan Edwards

Date of Birth: 13 March 1943

Date of Death: 28 April 1966

Place of Birth: Witham, United Kingdom

Place of Death: Kuntilla, Egypt

Unit at time of death: 102 Composite Unit, RCAF attached to 115 ATU UNEF.


Military Service

Service: RCAF

Date of Enrolment: 19 February 1963

Corps/Regiment: RCAF - Pilot

Place of Enrolment: Montreal, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Only child of John William and Hilda Louise (née Reader) Edwards of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 130


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Plot Post War Section A Row A Grave 18

Cemetery History: Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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Pte E. J. Fickling


Identification

Name/Service Number: SC 7094 Private Edward John Fickling

Date of Birth: 27 February 1932

Date of Death: 17 October 1966

Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario

Place of Death: Egypt

Unit at time of death: 56 (CDN) Transport Company RCASC UNEF


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 29 February 1956

Corps/Regiment: Royal Canadian Army Service Corps

Place of Enrolment: Kingston, Ontario

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Mrs. Winifred Fickling, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Brother of Robert George, Lillian, Ivey and Grace.

Last known NOK location: Peterborough, Ontario

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 130


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Post War Plot A Row B Grave 4.

Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.



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Lt-Col G. A. Flint, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: WW II # 078163 ZD 2252 Lieutenant-Colonel George Alfred Flint, CD

Date of Birth: 27 February 1911

Date of Death: 26 May 1958

Place of Birth: Outremont, Québec

Place of Death: Mount Scopus, Israel

Unit at time of death: Army Headquarters posted to UNTSO


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 19 February 1941

Corps/Regiment: Infantry – Princes Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

Place of Enrolment: Montréal, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, 1939-1945 War Medal, Canadian Korean War Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal for Korea, United Nations Service Medal Korea, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Truce Supervision Organization Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Alfred Hyland and Eleanor Beatrice (nee Smith) Flint of Montréal, Québec. Husband of Audrey Hetherington Flint and father of Wendy and Donna Flint.

Last known location of NOK: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 88


Burial Information

Cemetery: Moascar War Cemetery

Location: Ismailia, Egypt

Grave Reference: Plot 16 Row B Grave 13

Cemetery History: Moascar War Cemetery is situated just off the main Ismailia-Cairo road, 10 kilometres by road from Ismailia. The cemetery is contained within an army camp, 3 kilometres along Treaty Road.


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Capt G. G. Foster, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: Captain George Garry Foster

Date of Birth: 13 June 1930

Date of Death: 9 August 1974

Place of Birth: Calgary, Alberta

Place of Death: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Unit at time of death: 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron attached to 116 ATU UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment: Air

Command: Air

Date of Enrolment: 4 March 1955

Corps/Regiment: Air Operations Branch

Place of Enrolment: Edmonton, Alberta

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nation Emergency Force, United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal, Canadian Forces Decoration and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Clifford and Madge Foster of Calgary, Alberta. Husband of Jo Anne Foster and father of Jonathan and Anthony Foster of Comox, British Columbia.

Last Known NOK Location: Comox, BC

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 160


Burial Information

Cemetery: Cremation. Ashes scattered over Vancouver Island.

Location: N/A

Grave Reference: N/A

Cemetery History: N/A



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Cpl D. J. P. Galvin


Identification

Name/Service Number: D42161079 Corporal David Joseph Patrick Galvin

Date of Birth: 5 April 1965

Date of Death: 29 November 1993

Place of Birth: Magog, Québec

Place of Death: Zenica, Bosnia

Unit at time of death: Attached to 12e Régiment Blindé du Canada UNPROFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 15 October 1993

Corps/Regiment: Armoured - Sherbrooke Hussars

Place of Enrolment: Sherbrooke, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Protection Force Medal, and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Mrs. Ina Galvin, of Bolton Centre, Québec, husband of Ms. Michele Fontaine. His mother, Mrs. Ina Galvin was the Royal Canadian Legion National Silver (Memorial) Cross Mother for 2001. The National Silver Cross Mother is chosen annually by The Royal Canadian Legion to represent the mothers of Canada at the National Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa on 11 November.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 194


Burial Information

Cemetery: U/K

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K



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Sgt D. A. Gareau, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: B61988982 Sergeant Denis Altonie Gareau

Date of Birth: 25 August 1957

Date of Death: 17 August 1993

Place of Birth: Cornwall, Ontario

Place of Death: Gradac, Republic of Croatia

Unit at time of death: U/K attached to Canadian Contingent Support Unit UNPROFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: U/K

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 20 October 1977

Corps/Regiment: Logistics Branch

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Protection Force Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration (CD).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Rita Gareau of Cornwall. Husband of Francine (nee Gauthier) of Shannon, QC. Father of Melanie, Maxime and Brigitte Gareau.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 196


Burial Information

Cemetery: U/K

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K



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Cpl G. A. Gauthier, RCASC


Identification

Name/Service Number: SF14505 Corporal George Alwin Gauthier

Date of Birth: 21 March 1933

Date of Death: 20 February 1960

Place of Birth: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Place of Death: Rafah, Gaza Strip

Unit at time of death: 56 Canadian Transport Company RCASC UNEF


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 11 May 1954

Corps/Regiment: Royal Canadian Army Service Corps

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Arthur J. and Edna M. Gauthier. Husband of Mrs. J. E. Gauthier. Father of Wendy E., Judy A. And Kevin G. Gauthier.

Last known NOK location: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 113


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Plot Post War Section A, Row A, Grave 5.


Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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Cpl E. G. Groom, CD

Identification

Name/Service Number: SF56465 Corporal Elmer Gordon Groom

Date of Birth: 25 February 1923

Date of Death: 2 October 2, 1963

Place of Birth: Glace Bay, Nova Scotia

Place of Death: Tel Aviv, Israel

Unit at time of death: Headquarters Canadian Based Units Middle East UNEF


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 1 April 1942

Corps/Regiment: Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps

Place of Enrolment: Halifax, Nova Scotia

Entitled Honours and Awards: 1939-1945 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal (CVSM), 1939-1945 War Medal, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Forces Medal,Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of James and Irene Groom. Husband of Dolores Groom. Father of James, Peter, Belinda, Richard and Joanne Groom. Brother of Richard, Jack, Beth, Ada, Doris and Isabel.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 120


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Post War Plot A Row A Grave 118

Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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Cpl D. Gunther


Identification

Name/Service Number: V23 982 819 Corporal Daniel Gunther

Date of Birth: 13 January 1969

Date of Death: 18 June 1993

Place of Birth: Soest, Germany

Place of Death: Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Unit at time of death: 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment UNPROFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 31 March 1987

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - Royal 22e Régiment

Place of Enrolment :

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service Medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumously), United Nations Protection Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumously).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Mr. Peter Gunther and Dominique Leiba-Gunther of Brossard, Québec.

Last Known NOK Location: Brossard, Québec

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 196


Burial Information

Cemetery: Parc Commémoratif La Souvenance

Location: 301, Ste. Anne's Row, St. Foy, Québec, G2E 3L9

Grave Reference: Rang Ste-Anne

Cemetery History:


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Pte T. J. Hall, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: SN3232 Private Theodore Joseph Hall, CD

Date of Birth: 9 January 1937

Date of Death: 31 July 1970

Place of Birth: Millville, Newfoundland and Labrador

Place of Death: Kyrenia, Cyprus

Unit at time of death: The Royal Canadian Regiment (UNIFICYP),


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 20 January 1958

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - The Royal Canadian Regiment

Place of Enrolment: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Mrs Emmline Hall. Husband of Betty R Hall. Father of Richard J., Raymond J. Theodore J and Debera T. Hall.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 149


Burial Information

Cemetery: U/K

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History:


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W/C E. D. Harper, DFC, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: 20331 Wing Commander Earle Douglas Harper

Date of Birth: 22 December 1923

Date of Death: 2 November 1963

Place of Birth: Kamsack, Saskatchewan

Place of Death: Rafah, Gaza Strip

Unit at time of death: Air Force Headquarters attached to 115 ATU UNEF


Military Service

Service: RCAF

Date of Enrolment: 7 July 1942

Corps/Regiment: RCAF

Place of Enrolment: Vancouver, British Columbia

Entitled Honours and Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, 1939-1945 Star, France and Germany Star, Defence Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, 1939-1945 War Medal, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of George and Edna Harper of Haney, BC. Husband of Mrs. Joan (nee Jones) Harper of Haney, BC. Father of Douglas and Leslie Harper. Brother of Maurice, George, James and Donald Harper.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 120


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Plot Post War Section A Row A Grave 12

Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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