Graves of our Fallen - Needed Photos
If you can help, please see the project page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list is sorted by country, province/region and cemetery so that it's easy for those gathering photos to use. Like the Honour Roll list, this list is also sortable by selecting the desired sort column.
To view the locations of the needed gravestone photographs on a map, see the red pins on the Honour Roll burial map. Note that not all names are on the map as we don't have locations for everyone.
|Cemetery||Service Number||Rank||Given Name(s)||Surname||Grave Location|| Coordinates
|-||-||-||F45235808||Sgt||Yves Joseph Jean-Paul||Desharnais||-||(-, -)||-|
|-||-||-||Sigmn||M.J.||D’Aoust||-||(-, -)||-||The entire 1st Canadian Infantry Division was on maneuvers in the newly created Camp Gagetown area of New Brunswick from April to September 1955. Signalman D’Aoust, a lineman serving with 1st Canadian Infantry Division Signal Regiment, Camp Borden, Ontario, was killed on 23 July, 1955 when he fell off a pole that he was working on. His remains were sent to North Bay area of Ontario and he was interred at his nearby town of residence. At the time there was a NORAD Base near North Bay and the U.S. Air Force provided a Guard of Honour for his funeral.|
|-||-||-||N71606712||MCpl||Kevin Francis||McGean||-||(-, -)||-|
|-||-||-||C54445523||Cpl||Jason Scott||Pearce||-||(-, -)||-|
|-||-||-||N45739960||Capt||Jeffrey John Fitzgerald||Pitblado||-||(-, -)||-|
|-||-||Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.||MCpl||Richard||Curnow||-||(-, -)||-|
|-||-||Cremated, Ashes scattered.||WO||Charles Ernest||Florian||-||(-, -)||-|
|Canada||Northwest Territories||Behchoko Cemetery||LCpl||William C.||Lang||-||(62.83349, -116.053)||-|
|Canada||Ontario||CFB Petawawa, Ashes dropped from Hercules||R65803168||MCpl||Mark||MacRae||(None)||(45.941468, -77.363904)||UN|
|Ireland, Republic of||-||St. Lawrence's Catholic Cemetery, Limerick||913817||Spr||John||Ryan||32656||(52.654818, -8.608317)||WW1|
|United Kingdom||-||Port Glasgow Cemetery Renfrewshire||A103914||Cpl||Edwin Frederick||Mantle||Sec. M. Row 2. Grave 50.||(55.946883, -4.775989)||WW2|