Roy Oswald Campbell Image

Name

Second Lieutenant Roy Oswald Campbell

Born

1887-09-15

From

Occupation

Machinist and Traveller

Religion

Presbyterian

Death

1918-09-27

Killed

Killed in Action

Cemetery

Awards

Distinquished Conduct Medal, Belgium War Cross

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Service Record 1


Regimental Number

42241

Highest Rank

Warrant Officer II

Conflict

Battalion

3rd Canadian Field Artillery

Company

12th Battery

Enlisted

Valcartier, QC

Enlistment Date

1914-09-25

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1st Hussars


Service Record 2


Regimental Number

22025

Highest Rank

Second Lieutenant

Conflict

Battalion

Company

65th Squadron

Enlisted

England

Enlistment Date

1916-02-01

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3rd Canadian Field Artillery



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Notes

Son of Mrs. S. J. Campbell, of Princess St., Kincardine, ON. Discharged 1916-02-01 in England to join the Royal Flying Corps. Althugh Attestation Papers indicate a birth in London, ON, birth records indicate Kincardine Township, ON.







News Clippings


Kincardine Reporter, Oct. 10, 1918
Kincardine Reporter, Oct. 10, 1918
Kincardine Reporter, Oct. 10, 1918
Kincardine Reporter, Oct. 10, 1918
Kincardine Review, Oct. 10, 1918
Kincardine Review, Oct. 10, 1918

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