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Edward John "Teddy" Rawe


Rawe, Edward John, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, formerly of Acton, Middlesex, England. Occupation: Clerk. Military Service: Private, Reg. No. McGill 234, 2nd University Company, PPCLI. Attestation Papers. Diary References: “Tonight was rudely called a bastard by Teddy Ran [Rawe]. Teddy refused to take it back so smashed him one and asked him to go outside. T. refused and I struck him twice more … Net results were Teddy Ran [Rawe], black eye and badly swollen lip … Apology from T. R. and a drink to ‘better understanding,’” 6:11 May ’18 “Teddy Sam [Rawe] was killed back at Hermaville [Bernaville],” 7:30 Nov ’18. Hodder-Williams, 299, states that Pte. Rawe died of wounds received from aeroplane bomb at Bernaville, Sept. 24, 1918.

Date of Death: 30 September 1918. See casualty details, Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. Grave Reference: VII.A.90.


Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France.


Duisans British Cemetery