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NICKLE, R J - Private

Private
ROBERT JOHN (R J) NICKLE

  • Canadian Fallen Soldier - Private ROBERT JOHN NICKLE
  • Private
    ROBERT JOHN (R J) NICKLE

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    ROBERT JOHN (R J) NICKLE
    17 October 1893
    Madoc Township, Ontario, Canada
    1093271
    19 January 1917 in Marmora, Ontario, CA
    Farmer
    Private
    Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment)
    21st Battalion (Eastern Ontario), CEF
    3 November 1917
    Killed in action (Belgium)
    24 years
    TYNE COT CEMETERY
    I. D. 5.
    World War I
  • Private ROBERT JOHN NICKLE's Story

  • Born
    17 October 1893 in Madoc Township, Ontario, Canada
    Occupation
    Worked as a Farmer prior to enlisting.
    Enlisted
    19 January 1917 in Marmora, Ontario | Age: 23 years
    Buried
    3 November 1917 - TYNE COT CEMETERY | Age: 24 years
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Interesting Facts

  • Son of John D. and Margaret A. Nickle, of Malone, ON. Embarked the SS Olympic at Halifax Nova Scotia (June 2, 1917) and disembarked at Liverpool England and proceeded to the Seaford Camp (June 9, 1917). Killed in action on the Passchendaele Front near Crest Farm.

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Fallen Soldiers from Madoc Township Ontario, Canada

Fallen Comrades of the Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment)


Fallen Soldiers buried in TYNE COT CEMETERY