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Bechard, Albert

Rank Private
Service # A470511
Unit # R.C.O.C.

The son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bechard of 324 Murray St., Wallaceburg. Married and father of Terry, his wife and son were living in Chatham. The brother of L/Cpl. Murray and Rosaire Bechard also a bother-in-law Gordon Moore who was on his way home. Albert. Appears on the “Muster Roll” of the 2nd Bn., Kent Regiment (MG), N.P.A.N. (date unknown).

Albert saw action in France, Belgium and Holland. He happened to arrive home on his birthday which prompted as large gathering at his parents home. Pte. Bechard, along with his wife and son spent his furlough at his parent’s home.

The Wallaceburg News (date unknown)reported that he was serving “somewhere in England”



Sources 2KRMR
Supplemental Information Appears on the ‘Muster Roll’ of the 2nd Bn., Kent Regiment (MG), N.P.A.N. (date unknown).

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