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3105197   Private Robert McIntyre
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Dated added: 01/01/2016   Last updated: 22/04/2017
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: 102nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Canadian Army)
Date Of Birth: 17/09/1891
Died: 27/09/1918 (Killed in Action)
Age: 26
Summary      
According to his attestation papers, Robert McIntyre was born in Derry, Ireland on 17th September 1891. Robert McIntyre emigrated to the USA. Prior to enlisting, Robert worked as a labourer. Robert McIntyre enlisted in Toronto, Canada on 9th October 1917. He gave his next of kin as his wife, Rebecca McIntyre, who was living in Philadelphia. Private Robert McIntyre was serving with the 102nd Battalion of the Canadian Infantry when he was killed in action on 27th September 1918. He was killed by shell fire during military operations at Bourlon Wood.
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Anneux British Cemetery
  Anneux, Nord, 4
Grave Ref: Grave II-D-10
CWGC Casualty 188033
Summary      
Anneux is a village in the Department of the Nord, a little to the south of the main road from Cambrai to Bapaume. The Cemetery is 200 metres from the junction of the N30 and D15
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Local Memorial Details

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1 Castledawson WW1 Memorial - Panel 1 Castledawson
2 Bellaghy Presbyterian Church - WW1 Roll of Honour Bellaghy
Local Insitute / Local Book Details

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1 They Didn't Come Home - Castledawson - WWI 75
References and Links
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1 Canadian Great War Project Details of Private Robert McIntyre
2 Canadian Virtual War Memorial Details of Private Robert McIntyre
3 Castledawson War Dead Details of Robert McIntyre
4 Circumstances of Death Registers Details of Private Robert McIntyre's death
5 FindAGrave.com Photo of Private Private Robert McIntyre's grave
6 Private Robert McIntyre Canadian Attestation Papers includes dob.
7 War Graves Photographic Project Photo of Private Private Robert McIntyre's grave can be purchased here
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