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CONDIE, J R - Signalman

Signalman
JAMES RITCHIE (J R) CONDIE

  • Canadian Fallen Soldier - Signalman JAMES RITCHIE CONDIE
  • Signalman
    JAMES RITCHIE (J R) CONDIE

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    JAMES RITCHIE (J R) CONDIE
    23 January 1923
    V/9836
    Signalman
    Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve
    10 February 1942
    KIA when HMCS Spikenard torpedoed
    19 years
    HALIFAX MEMORIAL
    World War II
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    10 February 1942 - HALIFAX MEMORIAL | Age: 19 years
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  • Rank Other: Probably, Able Seaman (AB). In the Navy \"Signalman\" is a job, not a rank. In the Army it is a corps-specific (RCCS) rank.

    Born in Winnipeg, MB., Luxton Sch. and St. John Technical HS., Enl RCNVR at Winnipeg in May, 1940. A crew-member of HMCS Spikenard, a corvette on convoy duty in the North Atlantic. When topedoed all five officcers and fifty-two ratings were lost. Surv. mother at 15 Luxton Ave., Winnipeg, MB.

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