Sergeant RONALD CHARLES MURRAY

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Rank Sergeant
Forenames RONALD CHARLES
Surname MURRAY
Initials R C
Place of Birth Unknown
Date of Birth Unknown
Date of Death Wednesday, 19 August 1942
Age Unknown
Nationality Canadian
Residence or Entered Service From LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA
Service Number A/19108
Force Canadian Army
Service/Corps/Regiment Royal Canadian Engineers
Unit / Ship / Battalion / Squadron 7 Field Company, Royal Canadian Engineers
Military Honours and Awards Unknown
Place of Burial/Commemoration DIEPPE CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY, HAUTOT-SUR-MER
Roll of honour
Grave/Memorial Location L. 50.
Previous Place(s) of Burial Unknown
Family Details SON OF CAPT. CHARLES JOHN MURRAY, AND FLORENCE DE-LONGE MURRAY; HUSBAND OF NORAH MURRAY, OF LONDON, ONTARIO.

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Source of original data: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Headstone photograph: Carl Shilleto
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What other people have said

Toronto, Canada

Ronald Charles Murray

My sister Judith and I often think how different life could have been for all of us had our father survived. But we never forget the sacrifice he made for us.

On Tuesday, June 3, 2014
London, Ontario, Canada

Judith (Murray) Walker

I am Sgt. Murray's daughter and would be pleased to provide missing information with respect to my father's remembrance page.

On Saturday, May 31, 2014