Canadian Virtual War Memorial

James Norman Stacey

In memory of:

Flight Lieutenant James Norman Stacey

February 8, 1965

Baden Soellingen, Germany

Military Service

Service Number:





Air Force


421 Strike/Attack Squadron


Canadian Forces Decoration

Honours and Awards:

Canadian Forces Decoration

Additional Information


July 31, 1930
Toronto, Ontario


April 6, 1951

Son of Thomas H. and Mary L. Stacey. Husband of Marion F. Stacey. Father of Norma A. and Norman J. Stacey.

Commemorated on Page 125 of the In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Meurthe-et-Moselle, France

Grave Reference:

Section 8 Row H Grave 3


Choloy is a village and commune in the Department of the Meurthe-et-Moselle, 28 kilometres west of Nancy and some 5 kilometres west of Toul, a town on the N4 road from Paris to Nancy. The village is south of the River Moselle on the minor road (D11B) from Toul to the neighbouring village of Foug. The CHOLOY WAR CEMETERY is 3 kilometres 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.

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  • Grave marker– Photo by Malcolm Cromarty.
  • Flight Lieutenant James Norman Stacey– Flight Lieutenant James Norman Stacey in service uniform.

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