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Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Harry Taylor

In memory of:

Captain Harry Taylor

December 6, 1918

Military Service


Force:

Army

Unit:

Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment)

Division:

2nd Bn.

Additional Information


Commemorated on Page 510 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:

SPA COMMUNAL CEMETERY
Belgium

Grave Reference:

Near South-West end.

Location:

From the motorway E40/A3 which runs between Liege and Aachen turn onto the motorway E42/A27. Follow the motorway to junction 8, turn off here and follow the signs to Spa. Follow the road into Spa to the junction with the N62, turn right here direction Verviers. This road is called Avenue Rene Astrid, follow past the hospital on the right and take the next turn on the right called Rue Hanster. At the end turn left into Promenade Des Francais, then turn first right into Avenue Des Platanes, the SPA COMMUNAL CEMETERY is along on the left. The graves are located through the main entrance and in the first plot on the left.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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  • Form– Captain Harry Taylor is one of two Canadian Captains that died at No. 64 Casualty Clearing Station in December 1918, as the Canadian's marched to the Rhine after the Armistice. It appears both died on pneumonia (perhaps the Spanish Flu). The image shows the E-13 War Grave Register for Captain Taylor.
  • Report– Captain Harry Taylor is one of two Canadian Captains that died at No. 64 Casualty Clearing Station in December 1918, as the Canadian's marched to the Rhine after the Armistice. It appears both died on pneumonia (perhaps the Spanish Flu). The image shows the Grave Registration Report Form from the CWGC for the Spa Communal Cemetery in the Liege area of Belgium.

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