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McEvoy, D.


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Flt. Sergt. Don McEvoy Missing

Mr. and Mrs. B.J. McEvoy, 29 Glenelg St. W., have received word to the effect that their son, Flight Sergt. Donald McEvoy, has been reported as missing, following operations over Germany on June 16th.


Further word received from the to the effect that he had completed 19 successful operations.


Flight Sergt. McEvoy, who was born in Midland, has lived in Lindsay practically all his life and graduated from the Lindsay Collegiate Institute, following which he worked with General Motors in Oshawa. He enlisted in 1942, receiving his training at Toronto and Trenton and his wings at McDonald, Man. He went overseas in August 1943.


Media Type:
Newspaper
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Genealogical Resource
Item Types:
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Clippings
Description:
Flt. Sgt. Don McEvoy enlisted 29 December 1941. After training at Trenton and MacDonald (Man) he went overseas arriving in England on 3 September 1943. He was killed in action on 15 June 1944.
Date of Publication:
Jun 1944
Date Of Event:
15 Jun 1944
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Don McEvoy ; Donald Ralph McEvoy
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.3523755223471 Longitude: -78.7363146852112
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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McEvoy, D.


Flt. Sgt. Don McEvoy enlisted 29 December 1941. After training at Trenton and MacDonald (Man) he went overseas arriving in England on 3 September 1943. He was killed in action on 15 June 1944.