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Verge Alvin Kyle

In memory of:

Trooper Verge Alvin Kyle

December 9, 1943

Military Service

Service Number:







Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

Additional Information

Son of Ernest and Emma Kyle, of Cadillac, Saskatchewan.

Commemorated on Page 178 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information


Saskatchewan, Canada

Grave Reference:

Lot 4. Block 46.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Photo of Verge Alvin Kyle– Trooper Verge Alvin Kyle #L106626. Army Tank Corp. Picture was taken in July 1943. He was killed in a convoy accident near Camp Borden, Ontario on Dec. 9, 1943. He enlisted in the Canadian Army in Regina, Sask. on July 27, 1943, age 19 years. He was the first soldier from the Cadillac, Sask. area to be killed in WWII. He was a proud Canadian and died for his Country.
  • Telegram– Copy of original telegram to the Kyle family announcing the death of Trooper Verge Kyle
  • Letter– Copy of original letter from Major J.D. MacLeod sent to the Kyle family regarding the death of Trooper Verge Kyle
  • Letter 2– Copy of original letter from Lieut. F. Metcalf sent to the Kyle family regarding the death of Trooper Verge Kyle
  • Newspaper Clipping– Copy of Obituary of Trooper Verge Kyle from the Cadillac Harold Newspaper, Dec. 1943.
  • Letter regarding the naming of "Kyle Lake".
  • Scroll– Scroll commemorating the naming of "Kyle Lake" Sask. after Verge A. Kyle.
  • Kyle Lake– Topographic Map Image of Kyle Lake, named in honour of Verge Kyle.
  • Kyle Lake– Sattelite image of Kyle Lake, named in honour of Verge Kyle.

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