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Harold John Warin


Warin, Harold John, enlisted at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, originally from Nottingham, England. Occupation: Banker. Military Service: Private, No. 476057 [McGill 990), 3rd University Co., PPCLI, Attestation Papers. Diary References: “[H.J] Warin shot through the head before being there 10 minutes. Bad place. Trenches blown up. No dugouts,” 2:11 Apr ’16; “Heard last night that Sam Read had died in hospital from wound received at Zillebeke dugout. Wrote to his mother. Also to [H.J.] Warin’s father,” 2:28 Apr ’16. According to Hodder-Williams, 355, Pte. H.J. Warin was killed at Hooge on 12 April 1916.

Date of Death: 12 April 1916. See casualty details, Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Buried at Menin Road South Military Cemetery, 2 km east of Ieper (Ypres), West Flanders, Belgium. Grave Reference: I.J.24.


Menin Road South Military Cemetery, Ieper, West Flanders, Belgium


Menin Road South Military Cemetery