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Memorial Cross to John Stanley Danbrook, M.M


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Memorial Cross to John Stanley Danbrook, M.M

GV Memorial Cross (727668 PTE. J.S. DANBROOK - M.M.) Naming officially engraved, in case of issue, with dried poppy flower. VF. Accompanied by copies of his Attestation Paper and Service Records. Footnote: John Stanley Danbrook was born September 26th 1895 in Perth, Ontario Canada and lived his life as a Farmer prior to enlisting in the CEF on March 9th 1916. Taken on Strength by the 58th Battalion in March 1917, Danbrook would be awarded the Military Medal for Bravery alittle over a year later on the 1st of May 1918. Only 3 months later, on August 21st 1918, he was reported killed in action. He is buried at Hourges Orchard Cemetery, DOMART-SUR-LA-LUCE.
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