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Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer

In memory of:

Lieutenant Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer

March 30, 1918

Military Service


Age:

33

Force:

Army

Unit:

Royal Canadian Dragoons (1st Armoured Regiment)

Additional Information


Son of Mr. Albert Nordheimer, of Toronto, Ontario. Held rank of Major in Canadian Permanent Forces, but reverted to Lieutenant in order to get to the Front.

Commemorated on Page 478 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:

MOREUIL COMMUNAL CEMETERY
Somme, France

Grave Reference:

A. 15.

Location:

Moreuil is a village in the Department of the Somme, in the valley of the Avre 18 kilometres south-east of Amiens.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Memorial– The Golden Book : The Military Institute, 1927 (Toronto : University of Toronto Press);
  • Memorial– The Golden Book : The Military Institute, 1927 (Toronto : University of Toronto Press);
  • Newspaper clipping– Submitted for the project Operation Picture Me
  • Newspaper clipping– From the Toronto Telegram April 1918. Submitted for the project Operation Picture Me
  • Newspaper clipping– From the Toronto Telegram April 1918. Submitted for the project Operation Picture Me
  • Photo of Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer– From The War Book of Upper Canada College, edited by Archibald Hope Young, Toronto, 1923.  This book is a Roll of Honour including former students who served during the First World War.
  • Memorial Tablet– Lieutenant Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer is remembered on this brass Memorial Tablet. It was unveiled on May 1st, 1921 in memory of Upper Canada College students who died on active service during  the First World War.  Upper Canada College is located in Toronto, Ontario.
  • Newspaper Clipping– Article
  • Grave Marker
  • Photo of Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer– Photo of Lt. A.V.S. Nordheimer.

Submitted by Thomas L. Skelding
  • Photo of St. James Cathedral War Memorial– St. James Cathedral War Memorial, Toronto, ON.

Photo courtesy of Thomas L. Skelding
  • Photo of St. James Cathedral War Memorial– War Memorial

Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer's name is inscribed at the base of the St. James Cathedral War Memorial, Toronto, ON.

Photo courtesy of Thomas L. Skelding
  • 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.
617 Captain Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer (RMC 1902) was the son of Mr. Albert Nordheimer, of Toronto, Ontario. He held the rank of Major in Canadian Permanent Forces, but reverted to Lieutenant in order to get to the Front. He served with the Royal Canadian Dragoons (1st Armoured Regiment). He died 20 Mar 1918. He was buried in the Moreuil Communal Cemetery in the Somme, France.
  • Stained Glass Window– 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.
617 Captain Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer (RMC 1902) was the son of Mr. Albert Nordheimer, of Toronto, Ontario. He held the rank of Major in Canadian Permanent Forces, but reverted to Lieutenant in order to get to the Front. He served with the Royal Canadian Dragoons (1st Armoured Regiment). He died 20 Mar 1918. He was buried in the Moreuil Communal Cemetery in the Somme, France.
  • 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.
617 Captain Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer (RMC 1902) was the son of Mr. Albert Nordheimer, of Toronto, Ontario. He held the rank of Major in Canadian Permanent Forces, but reverted to Lieutenant in order to get to the Front. He served with the Royal Canadian Dragoons (1st Armoured Regiment). He died 20 Mar 1918. He was buried in the Moreuil Communal Cemetery in the Somme, France.
  • Cap Badge– 617 Captain Albert Victor Seymour Nordheimer (RMC 1902) was the son of Mr. Albert Nordheimer, of Toronto, Ontario. He held the rank of Major in Canadian Permanent Forces, but reverted to Lieutenant in order to get to the Front. He served with the Royal Canadian Dragoons (1st Armoured Regiment). He died 20 Mar 1918. He was buried in the Moreuil Communal Cemetery in the Somme, France.
  • Memorial– Memorial stairway, Royal Military College of Canada
  • Memorial Arch– Memorial arch, Royal Military College of Canada
  • Newspaper Clipping– Submitted for the project, Operation: Picture Me

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