WHITE, RAYMOND ARTHUR

Birthdate
Birthplace
Granta, Alberta, Canada
Age
24
Parents
Son of Charles and Milly White of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Religion
Church of England
Occupation
Soldier
Service number
P/7510
Engagement
1939-09-01, Work Point Barracks, British Columbia, Canada
Disembarked
1944-08-01, France
Date of death
1945-03-22
Died
Belgium, Died in road accident
Force
Regiment (Fallen buddies)
Awards
Canadian Provost Corps
Plot 10 | Row F | Grave 3

"HE LIES WHERE ALL IS PEACE AND SORROWS ARE UNKNOWN. WIFE RETA, DAUGHTER HEATHER"

Military grave
Additional info

Appointed Lance Bombardier on April 12, 1941.

Qualified Driver I/C Class 3 on June 4, 1941.

Awarded One Good Conduct Badge on September 2, 1941.

Appointed Bombardier on July 21, 1941.

Overseas on November 3, 1941.

Reverts to the rank of Gunner on February 22, 1943.

13 Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery until November 4, 1943.

Assigned to Canadian Provost Corps on January 30, 1944.

10 Line of Communication Provost Section, 21 Army Group.

To be Lance Corporal on April 24, 1944.

Reverts to Private on September 25, 1944.

To be Lance Corporal on December 26, 1944.

Died from injuries in motor cycle accident. Crushing injuries chest. Bruises right shoulder and leg.