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Captain James Ward, MC & 2 Bar, DCM


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I am researching some Canadians and came across Captain James Ward, MC and 2 Bar, DCM, of the 3rd Brigade Canadian Field Artillery, who died on Sunday 23rd February 1919, aged 33 and is buried in Belgrade Cemetery, Namur, Belgum in II.D.7. He was the son of William Irvine Ward and Martha Ward, of Manor House, Kilsby, Rugby.

I cannot find much else about him, can anyone help?

I don't have daily access to the internet so please excuse me if it is a day or so before I can respond.

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You missed a bit off his name! Captain James WARD. You can order a copy of his service record from ArchivesCanada,there isn't an online view that I can see.

The ref is RG150. Accession 1992-1993/166 Box 10082-12.

This page from the 3rd Bde CFA War Diary:

http://data2.collectionscanada.ca/e/e047/e001152388.jpg

describes his funeral arrangements.

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You missed a bit off his name! Captain James WARD. You can order a copy of his service record from ArchivesCanada,there isn't an online view that I can see.

The ref is RG150. Accession 1992-1993/166 Box 10082-12.

This page from the 3rd Bde CFA War Diary:

http://data2.collectionscanada.ca/e/e047/e001152388.jpg

describes his funeral arrangements.

Sotonmate

Many thanks for this, I have amended the posting too!

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