20th Century Canadian Burials in Military Cemeteries | Kathy Kirkpatrick

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December 12, 2024 7:00 pm ET – co-sponsored by the Perth and Elgin Branches

Canadian burials can be found in the listings of World War I and World War II military burials worldwide at www.CWGC.org. These listings include several Canadian War Cemeteries because most of the burials in them are Canadian. Not all burials in military cemeteries are military. Burials in military cemeteries include civilians, diplomats, medical personnel, and volunteer aid workers, including women. Most military cemeteries have monuments listing the missing as well as burials of the unknown. Some military burials are in civilian cemeteries. Photos of Canadian burials in several cemeteries in Italy are included. Advises on military and burial sources online and onsite. Appropriate for all skill levels.

Kathy Kirkpatrick

Kathy Kirkpatrick earned her B.A. in History from Humboldt State University at Arcata, California. Kathy has spoken locally and internationally on a variety of topics since 1993, including RootsTech and the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS). Her websites are at  www.gentracer.com for genealogy and www.gentracer.org for military research and cemeteries.

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