Monday, July 6, 2015

George Cameron #81129

Records from the Library and Archives of Canada include Veterans Death Cards: First World War and the microfilm where they can be found.

When Veterans Affairs was notified of the death of a First World War veteran, a death card was created... .

George Cameron
Died At The City Hospital, Saskatoon, Sask.
Buried: Woodlawn, in Saskatoon, Grave #9657, Soldier's Plot
Cause: Carcinoma
Nearest Kin: Mr. Alexander Forbes, Cousin
Address: Cardigan Place, Aberdeen, Scotland

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More information can be found in the Service Files of the First World War, 1914-1918 - Canadian Expeditionary Force, at the Library and Archives of Canada site, by conducting a search on the database by name and verifying the match using the Regimental Number (in this case, #81129).

Name: George Cameron
Where Born: Nairn, Scotland
Occupation: Farmer
Served In Other Military Force: Queen's Volunteers Rifles (10 Years)
Next of Kin: Alexander Forbes
Address: Head Warden, Aberdeen Prison

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