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Thread: AC1 J.L. Gaudet, RCAF, 30/06/1940, Canada

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    Bart FM Droog Guest

    Default AC1 J.L. Gaudet, RCAF, 30/06/1940, Canada

    The last unaccounted casualty to die in Canada in my files:

    Aircraftman 1st Class John L. Gaudet, RCAF R/54703, age 26, 30/06/1940, Mont Carmel (Notre Dame de Mont Carmel) Cemetery, Canada

    What's the story?

    Regards,

    Bart

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    John Leonard Gaudet - From St. Nicholas Prince Edward Island, Killed June 30/40 age 26, #1 Technical Training School, St. Thomas, Ontario. AC1 Gaudet was killed in a automobile accident on Highway 4 near St. Thomas.
    From "They Shall Grow Not Old"
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    G'day Bart

    Verbatim from 'They Shall Not Grow Old'.

    GAUDET, JOHN LEONARD AC1 R54703 From St. Nicholas, Prince Edward Island. Killed Jun.3040 Age 26 #1 Technical School St. Thomas, Ontario. AC 1 Gaudet was killed in an automobile accident on #4 Highway near St. Thomas, Ontario. AirCraftman First Class Gaudet is buried in the Notre Dame De Mont Carmel Cemetery, Mount Carmel, Prince Edward Island.

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    Thanks, Chris and Dave - the Canadian casualties May/June 1940-section of my project is hereby completed.

    Regards,

    Bart

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