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eMedals-Memorial Cross - Death in 1956 resulting from WWII

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Memorial Cross - Death in 1956 resulting from WWII

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Memorial Cross - Death in 1956 resulting from WWII

Defence Medal; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Overseas Bar; War Medal 1939-1945; and Canadian Memorial Cross, ERII, engraved (F-82033 SGT. C.F. MAHANEY). Three medals come in their boxes of issue, while the Cross comes in its case of issue. Original ribbons on medals, no ribbon on Cross, better than extremely fine. Accompanied by copies of his Attestation Paper, Service Records, Medical Records, Discharge Papers, Pension Papers and Death Notice. Footnote: Claude Francis Mahaney was born on April 8, 1902 and signed his Attestation Paper on July 17, 1940 in Windsor, Nova Scotia, listing his trade as Retailer. He was a member of the 5th L.A.A. Regt, R.C.A., spending five and half years in the Canadian Army before he was discharged from service on January 23, 1946. He was awarded the Memorial Cross upon his death, August 17, 1956, at the age of 54. The Canadian Pension Commission ruled that his death, due to Cardiovascular Renal Disease, was related to his military service during World War II. As he was single, the Cross was forwarded to his mother, Laura Mahaney.
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