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WWII Canadian Memorial Cross Trio


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WWII Canadian Memorial Cross Trio

WWII Canadian Memeorial Cross Trio - Canadian Voluntary Service Medal; 1939-45 War Medal; Canadian Memorial Cross, George VI, (engraved: L.A.C. /G.R. STOKES / R-90111). Together with original certificate for Canadian Memorial Cross, photo of grave headstone anda photo of Stokes prior to his death. Extremely fine.Leading Aircraftman George Roscoe Stokes from Petrolia, Ontario was in #6 Repair Depot in Trenton, Ontario. He died on 21st March 1942 of natural causes at age 36.
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