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Canadians buried in Choloy Cemetery:

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Name Date of Birth Date of Death
Acton, R. K. 1968
Adams, J. H. 1956
Aitchison, G. H. 1953
Aitken, T. W. 1954
Andree, A. S. I. 1968
Andrews, D. J. 1967
Archibald, R. C. 1968
Arsenault, J. W. R. 1958
Ashmore, R. A. 1958
Atkinson, D. C. 1966
Axtell, F. K. 1956
Bach, P. A. G. 1963
Bach, Donald George 1957 1963
Bach, Hazel Mary 1926 1963
Balcom, G. R. 1962
Barnes, D. H. G. 1958
Baron, P. 1954
Baxter, J. F. 1960
Baxter, Doris Hazel 1929 1967
Beaudin, F. B. 1966
Beaulac, G. L. 1954
Beausoleil, J. J. 1966
Bell, G. W. 1955
Bergie, D. P. 1957
Bertrand, Baby 1966 1966

Choloy Cemetery

Cross of Sacrifice

Choloy is a village 28 kilometers west of Nancy and 5 kilometers west of Toul, a town on the N4 road from Paris to Nancy. The Cemetery is located 3 kilometers west of Toul on the north side of the D11B road.

The Choloy War Cemetery is the last resting place of casualties from the First and Second World Wars and is managed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. It is also the final resting place for many Royal Canadian Air Force members and their families who died while serving in Europe as part of 1 Air Division between 1953 and 1967 and other Service Members serving with NATO in Germany following Canada's departure from France.

Background Information on these sites has been extracted from: the Pinetree Line Web Site; the 2 (F) Wing RCAF Grostenquin, France Information Booklet (1957); publication 4 CMBG Canada's NATO Brigade, 1983, Moritz Schauenburg Gmbh & Co. KG.

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