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McDougall, D.


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Signalman McDougall is missing

Husband of Brenda Trotter reported “Missing at Sea”


Mrs. Donald Thompson Corran McDougall, 226 Kent St., Lindsay received a telegram this morning to the effect that her husband, Signalman Donald McDougall has been reported as “Missing at Sea.”


The young Signalman, a son of Mr. and Mrs. William McDougall, Toronto, enlisted in 1941 and in August of 1944 was married to Miss Brenda Trotter, of Lindsay.


The corvette to which the young Signalman belonged “The Shawinigan” was mentioned in despatches several times last winter.


Signalman McDougall’s mother was formerly Miss Maud Corran of Lindsay.


Media Type:
Newspaper
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Types:
Clippings
Death
Articles
Description:
Don McDougall joined the crew of the HMCS Shawinigan after training at St. Hyacinthe Quebec in July of 1943, and remained a member of her crew until the loss of the ship in the North Atlantic, November 1944.
Publisher:
Warder
Date of Publication:
29 Nov 1944
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Donald Thompson Corran McDougall ; Don McDougall
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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McDougall, D.


Don McDougall joined the crew of the HMCS Shawinigan after training at St. Hyacinthe Quebec in July of 1943, and remained a member of her crew until the loss of the ship in the North Atlantic, November 1944.