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SINCLAIR, W D - Trooper

Trooper
WILLIAM DOUGLAS (W D) SINCLAIR

  • Canadian Fallen Soldier - Trooper WILLIAM DOUGLAS SINCLAIR
  • Trooper
    WILLIAM DOUGLAS (W D) SINCLAIR

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    WILLIAM DOUGLAS (W D) SINCLAIR
    11 August 1917
    Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada
    L/53793
    29 May 1941 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CA
    Mechanic
    Trooper
    Royal Canadian Dragoons R.C.A.C.
    1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment R.C.A.C.
    11 April 1944
    Died of wounds sustained in car accident
    26 years
    MORO RIVER CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY
    Grave 10, Row H, Plot 4.
    World War II

    Metis
  • Trooper WILLIAM DOUGLAS SINCLAIR's Story

  • Born
    11 August 1917 in Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Occupation
    Worked as a Mechanic prior to enlisting.
    Enlisted
    29 May 1941 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan | Age: 23 years
    Buried
    11 April 1944 - MORO RIVER CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY | Age: 26 years
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Interesting Facts

  • Trooper Sinclair was born on August 11, 1917 in Punnichy, SK to parents Jim and Harriet Sinclair. Before enlisting, he worked as a mechanic. Travelled to Saskatoon in May 1941 to enlist with the 1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment R.C.A.C.

    On April 11th, 1944, Sinclair was involved in a fatal automobile accident and sustained severe fractures to his skull. He was transported to a military hospital in Serracapriola, Italy, where he later succumbed to his wounds. Survived by his four brothers and three sisters.

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