Dorne MacQuarrie McGaw Image

Name

Able Seaman Dorne MacQuarrie McGaw

Born

1913-08-16

From

Religion

Presbyterian

Death

1943-03-22

Where Died

Gibraltar, Gibraltar

Killed

Died of Wounds

Awards

1939-1946 Star, Atlantic Star, Africa Star with Clasp, War Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Clasp

Monument




Find more people




Service Record 1


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

Division HQ

Enlisted

Toronto, ON

Enlistment Date

1941-01-28


Service Record 2


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS Stradacona

Enlistment Date

1941-04-21


Service Record 3


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS St. Laurent

Enlistment Date

1941-06-02


Service Record 4


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS Stradacona

Enlistment Date

1942-01-08


Service Record 5


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS Beaver

Enlistment Date

1942-03-24


Service Record 6


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS Stradacona

Enlistment Date

1942-10-15


Service Record 7


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS Niobe

Enlistment Date

1942-10-27


Service Record 8


Regimental Number

A4318

Highest Rank

Able Seaman

Conflict

Battalion

Company

HMCS Weyburn

Enlistment Date

1942-11-08



Artefacts, Photographs & Resources

Visit the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre's Online Collections, through the link below, for more information related to this soldier.


Online Collections Link




Notes

Son of George A. McGaw and Agnes Florence McDonald, of Kincardine, Ontario; husband of Grace Florence McGaw, of Kincardine. In birth registration




Sources & Links

Bruce County Genealogical Society Surname Collection;
Ontario Vital Statistics
LAC Personnel File (Ancestry.com)
- Library & Archives Canada
- War Graves Commission
- Book of Remembrance
- Canadian Virtual War Memorial



News Clippings


We Will Remember Them
We Will Remember Them

For more information about this site contact us or visit us online at Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre.

© 2015 Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre. Ownership of the images on this site belongs to the BCM&CC or individuals as identified.

Close Menu