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Pte. Percy Leonard Robertson's Memorial Scroll

The memorial scroll commemorating the death of Pte. Robertson. The scroll has a crest of King George VI at the top, and written underneath: "He whom this scroll commemorates was numbered among those ho, at the call of King and County, left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger, and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and self sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom. Let those who come after see to it that his name be not forgotten." It then is written in red ink, "Pte. Leonard Percy Robertson, Canadian Infantry Bn."

Letter from Director of Graves Registration and Enquiries re: Pte. P.L. Robertson

Letter from Director of Graves Registration and Enquiries dated 31 January 1919, to the Reverend W.J. Godfrey, C.F. 44th Canadian Battalion, British Armies in France. "3255518, Private P.L. Robertson, 44th Canadian Battalion killed 2.9.18. Above man is stated to be buried at a point East of Remy, South East of Arras. Grave not yet registered in this office." From Major General at War Office.

Circumstances of Death or Missing Report Regt. # 3255518

Circumstances of Death or Missing Report Regt. # 3255518, Rank Pte; P.L. Robertson; unit 44 Can. Bn., casualty killed in action, 2-9-18." "Private Robertson was killed in action while taking part with his battalion in the operations at Dury, in front of Arras. No details are available relative to the actual circumstances under which he met his death." Form R 231.

Private Warren Hastings Huggard

  • Fonds
  • 1897 - 1928

This fonds contains documents relating to Private Warren Hasting Huggard, who served in the First World War, including a discharge certificate, photograph, death certificate, envelope, authorization for pension payments and citation.
Private Warren Hasting Huggard 115th Battalion C.E.F. died in service to his country on November 26, 1922. Warren was born in Kings County, New Brunswick on September 2, 1897 to Richard and Edna May (Bassett) Huggard of Mercer Settlement.

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