Gary_G Posted 25 June , 2019 Share Posted 25 June , 2019 I'm researching Charles Murison (particulars below) and have a question relating documentation of his death. David Murison (Reg. No. 434298) joined the 50th Battalion C.E.F., on 19 January 1915 at Calgary, Alberta. He was fatally wounded on a re-supply mission in Belgium (with the 10th Battalion at the time) and died at No. 10 Casualty Clearing Station on 16 April, 1916. I have been able to get his full military records from the Library and Archives Canada and have located him being recorded as a casualty in the War Diaries. Is there an equivalent of a Death Certificate for C.E.F. military personnel who died in action? If there is, I'd appreciate any guidance in locating it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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