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  • Canada. A Memorial Plaque to Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Glenn, Royal Air Force
  • Canada. A Memorial Plaque to Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Glenn, Royal Air Force
  • Canada. A Memorial Plaque to Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Glenn, Royal Air Force
  • Canada. A Memorial Plaque to Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Glenn, Royal Air Force

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Canada. A Memorial Plaque to Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Glenn, Royal Air Force

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Canada. A Memorial Plaque to Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Glenn, Royal Air Force

Bronze, (EDWIN RAY GLENN), marked with the worker's number "53" between the lion's rear foot and tail on the obverse, maker marked with a partial "WA" (Royal Arsenal, Woolwich) on the reverse, 121 mm, spotting, pitted, better than very fine. Accompanied by his Death Record from Library and Archives Canada, along with assorted research papers.

Footnote: Edwin Ray Glenn was born in 1895, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Glenn of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. It is unknown as to when he enlisted but his unit is listed as Aeroplane Park, Royal Air Force. 151046 Air Mechanic 3rd Class Edwin Ray Glenn, Royal Air Force, died from pneumonia at Base Hospital in Toronto, Ontario, on October 19, 1918, at the age of 23, his mother having predeceased him. His body was returned to Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he was buried in the family plot at Winnipeg (Elmwood) Cemetery, Grave L.52. S.11. G.4., the cemetery containing seventy Commonwealth burials of the First World War. He is commemorated on page 587 of the First World War Book of Remembrance.

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