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Cole, Glen Charles Leonard (G.C.L.)

Rank Private
Service # A62129, A470525
Unit # R.C.A.M.C., 4th Canadian Armoured Division, 15th Field Ambulance, 2nd Kent Regt.

Next of kin, Mrs. Marion Louise Cole (wife) of 120 Liggar St., Wallaceburg, ON. The brother of Leslie Arthur. Glen and Marion had five children: Norman Leonard, Douglas Wayne, James Leslie, Donald Lee and Glenda Lynne.

Prior to his enlistment in the ‘active service’ Glen enlisted in the 2nd Kent Regt. Pte. A470525. Appears on the “Muster Roll” of the 2nd Bn., Kent Regiment (MG), N.P.A.N. (date unknown).

Glen was stationed in London, ON. and trained at Valcatier, PQ. The WN 26/06/41 reported Glen was serving with the 15th Field Ambulance RCAMC at Carling Heights, London, ON. He was on a brief leave with his wife and family.  Glen was reported returning to the 15th Field Ambulance RCAMC then stationed at Susswx NS. after his furlough at home with his wife and family. WN 8/01/42

Glen went overseas stationed at Aldershot, Sussex and Norfolk in England. 

 

“The unit was a highly trained medical unit that operated in the battlefields of Normandy, the

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Sources W-RH, RLC, CDN, M.Cole, 2KRMR
Next of Kin Mrs. Marion Louise Cole (wife) of 120 Liggar St., Wallaceburg, ON.

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