KING, LAWRENCE GEORGE

Birthdate
Birthplace
Upham, New Brunswick, Canada
Age
29
Parents
Son of Kenneth Milburn and Carcillia Beatrice King of St Martins, New Brunswick, Canada
Religion
Church of England
Occupation
Labourer
Service number
G/28089
Engagement
1940-07-05, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
Disembarked
1944-07-08, France
Date of death
1945-03-19
Died
Belgium, Died natural causes
Force
Rank
Regiment (Fallen buddies)
Awards
Royal Canadian Army Service Corps
Plot 11 | Row E | Grave 4

"SEEN BUT A LITTLE WHILE BUT OH! HOW LOVED, HOW DEAR"

Military grave
Additional info

Awarded First AID certificate on December 30, 1942.

Qualified Cook Group "C" on June 29, 1943.

Overseas on July 22, 1943.

Qualified Driver I/C (Wheeled) on September 27, 1944.

4 Brothers Overseas. Corporal Stanley Milburn, Gunner Joseph Clairmont, Gunner Lloyd William and Gunner Murray Emery.

Unit: 2 Div Tps Coy, RCASC.

Died as a result of infectious hepatitis.

KING, LAWRENCE GEORGE
KING, Lawrence George