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James Curzon Morrow

In memory of:

Lieutenant James Curzon Morrow

April 26, 1916

Military Service


Age:

22

Force:

Army

Unit:

Canadian Engineers

Division:

3rd Field Coy.

Additional Information


Son of James and Marion Morrow, of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Commemorated on Page 139 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:
Grave Reference:

I. A. 23.

Location:

RENINGHELST NEW MILITARY CEMETERY is located 9.5 Km south west of Ieper town centre, in the village of Reningelst, on a road leading from the N308 Poperingseweg. From Ieper town centre the Poperingseweg (N308), is reached via Elverdingsestraat then directly over two small roundabouts in the J. Capronstraat. The Poperingseweg is a continuation of the J. Capronstraat and begins after a prominent railway level crossing. On reaching the main crossroads in the village of Vlamertinge take the left hand turning onto the Bellestraat. After crossing the N38 Ieper Poperinge road, the village of Reningelst lies 6 Km beyond Vlamertinge. On reaching the village, turn right onto the Zevekotestraatand continue to the Reningelstplein where the churchyard is clearly visible. The Baljuwstraat leads from the Reningelstplein and the cemetery is 500 metres along this road on the left hand side. Visitors to this site should note a short grassed access path to this site which is unsuitable for vehicles.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Memorial– All Saints Cathedral, James Morrow
  • Photo of  James Curzone Morrow– From the "McGill Honour Roll, 1914-1918".  McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, 1926.
  • Great War Plaque– Ex-cadets are named on the Memorial Arch at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario and in memorial stained glass windows to fallen comrades.
902 Lieut James Curzon Morrow  (RMC 1914) was the son of James and Marion Morrow, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He served with the Canadian Engineers, 3rd Field Coy. He died on 26 Apr 1916. He was buried in the Reninghelst New Military Cemetery in Ieper, Belgium.
  • Memorial Plaque– Ex-cadets are named on the Memorial Arch at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario and in memorial stained glass windows to fallen comrades.
902 Lieut James Curzon Morrow  (RMC 1914) was the son of James and Marion Morrow, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He served with the Canadian Engineers, 3rd Field Coy. He died on 26 Apr 1916. He was buried in the Reninghelst New Military Cemetery in Ieper, Belgium.
  • Memorial Doll– Ex-cadets are named on the Memorial Arch at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario and in memorial stained glass windows to fallen comrades.
902 Lieut James Curzon Morrow  (RMC 1914) was the son of James and Marion Morrow, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He served with the Canadian Engineers, 3rd Field Coy. He died on 26 Apr 1916. He was buried in the Reninghelst New Military Cemetery in Ieper, Belgium.
  • Grave marker– 902 Lieut James Curzon Morrow  (RMC 1914) was the son of James and Marion Morrow, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He served with the Canadian Engineers, 3rd Field Coy. He was killed in action at Ypres on 26 Apr 1916. He was buried in the Reninghelst New Military Cemetery in Ieper, Belgium.

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