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Lewis Henry Nathan

In memory of:

Captain Lewis Henry Nathan

June 4, 1917

Military Service






Canadian Infantry (Western Ontario Regiment)


1st Bn.

Additional Information

Eldest son of Henry L. and Alice R. Nathan, of 203, Hatfield Rd., St. Albans, England.

Commemorated on Page 300 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information


Pas de Calais, France

Grave Reference:

II. A. 11.


Barlin is a village about 11 kilometres south-west of Bethune on the D188, between the Bethune-Arras and Bethune-St. Pol roads, about 6.5 kilometres south-east of Bruay. The BARLIN COMMUNAL CEMETERY and EXTENSION lie to the north of the village on the D171 road to Houchin.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Newspaper Clipping– Newspaper clipping from the Daily Telegraph of June 11, 1917. Image taken from web address of
  • Photo of Lewis Henry Nathan– Private, later Captain Lewis Henry Nathan, 27108, A Company, 15th Battalion
  • Badge– Cap badge 15th Bn (48th Highlanders of Canada).      Originally enlisted in the 15th Bn but was transferred to the     Bn.  Submitted by 15th Bn Memorial Project Team.  DILEAS GU BRATH
  • Badge– Cap Badge 1st Bn CEF.  Capt Nathan originally a member of the 15th Bn was transferred to the 1st Bn.  Sub,itted by 15th Bn Memorial Project Team.  DILEAS GU BRATH

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