|Last Name||Rank||First Name||Unit||Theatre of Operations||Location||Date Deceased||Published|
|ABBOTT||Lloyd K.||Merchant Navy||World War II||Surrey, British Columbia, Canada||June 9th, 2000||November/December 2000|
|ABBOTT||Chief Petty Officer||Victor J.||World War II||Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada||September 11th, 1995||January 1996|
|ABBOTT||Sapper||Ernest J.||World War I||Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada||November 2nd, 1995||February 1996|
|ABBOTT||Robert W.||World War II||Woodstock, Ontario, Canada||October 31st, 1995||February 1996|
|ABBOTT||Corporal||Donald J.||2nd Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment||Oromocto, New Brunswick, Canada||March 20th, 1996||August 1996|
|ABBOTT||Victor||Merchant Navy||World War II||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||February 6th, 2007||November/December 2008|
|ABBOTT||Aircraftman 1st Class||Harry James||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Verdun, Quebec, Canada||July 15th, 1987||November 1987|
|ABBOTT||Sapper||Edward J.||Royal Canadian Engineers||World War II||Alberta, Canada||February 27th, 2009||September/October 2009|
|ABBOTT||Gunner||Frank R.||Royal Artillery||World War II||British Columbia, Canada||February 12th, 2009||September/October 2009|
|ABBOTT||Captain||Irwin George||Royal Artillery||World War II||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||November 6th, 1986||February 1987|
|ABBOTT||Norman L.||World War II||Spryfield, Nova Scotia, Canada||April 16th, 2007||March/April 2008|
|ABBOTT||Private||Dennis T.||Canadian Army||World War II||Windsor, Ontario, Canada||April 30th, 1988||September 1988|
|ABBOTT||Fred||World War II||Eston, Saskatchewan, Canada||September 2nd, 1986||December 1986/January 1987|
|ABBOTT||Private||Samuel||Royal Newfoundland Regiment||World War I||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||February 6th, 1987||June 1987|
|ABBOTT||Peter||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada||December 14th, 1985||April 1986|
|ABBOTT||Sergeant Major||Jack||Light Anti-Aircraft Battery||World War II||1986||July/August 1987|
|ABBOTT||Roy P.||Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps||World War II||Trenton, Ontario, Canada||October 20th, 1985||February 1986|
|ABBOTT||Able Seaman||Theo||Royal Navy||World War II||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||January 9th, 1993||May 1993|
|ABBOTT||Sapper||Hugh||Royal Canadian Engineers||World War II, Korean War||Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada||October 16th, 1993||December 1993/January 1994|
|ABBOTT||Able Seaman||Roy||Royal Navy||World War II||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||April 4th, 1992||December 1992/January 1993|
|ABBOTT||David A.||Merchant Navy||Wainwright, Alberta, Canada||February 18th, 2004||September/October 2004|
|ABBOTT||Charles W.||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Fergus, Ontario, Canada||January 4th, 1995||April 1995|
|ABBOTT||Private||Frederick||Royal Newfoundland Regiment||World War I||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||May 16th, 1995||October 1995|
|ABBOTT||Private||Hugh||3rd Anti-Tank Regiment||World War II||Millbrook, Ontario, Canada||May 3rd, 1994||September 1994|
|ABBOTT||Sergeant||John||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Sarnia, Ontario, Canada||May 16th, 1994||September 1994|
|ABBOTT||Arthur||Royal Canadian Army Service Corps||World War II||Vernon, British Columbia, Canada||June 25th, 1990||October 1990|
|ABBOTT||Lieutenant-Colonel||Ronald S.||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve, Canadian Army||World War II||North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada||October 30th, 1991||February 1992|
|ABBOTT||Warrant Officer 1st Class||Robert G.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Belleville, Ontario, Canada||December 20th, 1989||June 1990|
|ABBOTT||Lieutenant||Philip||Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada||January 30th, 2019||November 2019|
|ABBOTT||Master Warrant Officer||Arthur W.||Stratford, Ontario, Canada||January 2nd, 2020||November 2020|
|ABBOTT||Phillip||Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps||World War II||Newbury, Ontario, Canada||November 16th, 2012||March/April 2013|
|ABBOTT||John F.||Royal Canadian Air Force||Clementsport, Nova Scotia, Canada||January 16th, 2016||November 2016|
|ABBOTT||Master Warrant Officer||Robert L.||Royal Canadian Air Force||Richmond, Ontario, Canada||February 1st, 2016||November 2016|
|ABBOTT||Able Seaman||John O.||Royal Canadian Navy||Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada||December 4th, 2015||November 2016|
|ABBOTT||Private||James||Royal Newfoundland Regiment||World War I||Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||October 6th, 1982||May 1983|
|ABBOTT||Corporal||Russel George||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Waterloo, Ontario, Canada||January 31st, 1983||May 1983|
|ABBOTT||Signalman||Thomas||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II, Regular Force||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||December 14th, 1982||May 1983|
|ABBOTT||Oscar S.||Royal Air Force||World War II||Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||December 2nd, 2017||November 2018|
|ABBOTT||Chief Petty Officer 2nd Class||Duke C.||Navy||Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada||November 14th, 2014||May/June 2015|
|ABBOTT||John M.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada||March 23rd, 2017||November 2017|
|ABBOTT||Captain||Richard D.||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada||August 27th, 1996||March/April 1997|
|ABBOTT||Captain||Thomas||Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada||World War II||Oshawa, Ontario, Canada||January 23rd, 1996||May 1996|
|ABBOTT||Edwin||59th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery (Newfoundland)||World War II||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||February 7th, 1996||June/July 1996|
|ABBOTT||Fireman||Winston||Merchant Navy||World War II||Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||February 28th, 1996||June/July 1996|
|ABBOTT||Leading Aircraftman||Dennis A.||Royal Canadian Air Force||Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada||June 24th, 1996||October 1996|
|ABBOTT||Leading Aircraftman||William E.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Nepean, Ontario, Canada||June 21st, 1998||March/April 1999|
|ABBOTT||Private||Kenneth W.||Canadian Army||Stouffville, Ontario, Canada||April 10th, 1997||September/October 1997|
|ABBOTT||Private||Louis E.||West Nova Scotia Regiment||World War II||Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada||January 27th, 1997||September/October 1997|
|ABBOTT||Robert P.||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Parksville, British Columbia, Canada||October 3rd, 1996||March/April 1997|
|ABBOTT||Sergeant||Douglas H.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Midland, Ontario, Canada||October 15th, 1996||March/April 1997|
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