Sergeant George Mullin VC MM - Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Canadian Expeditionary Force


KNOWN GRAVES OF HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN : CANADA

MANITOBA NEW BRUNSWICK
NEWFOUNDLAND NOVA SCOTIA SASKATCHEWAN

MANITOBA / NEW BRUNSWICK

Name Alan Arnett,
MCLEOD
Herman James,
GOOD
The Hon Milton,
GREGG

Rank Second Lieutenant Corporal Brigadier
Force 2 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps 13th Bn ( Royal Highlanders of Canada ), CEF Royal Canadian Regiment, CEF
VC won Over France,
27 March 1918
Hangard Wood, France,
8 August 1918
Cambrai, France,
27 September to 1 October 1918

London Gaz 1 May 1918 27 September 1918 6 January 1919
Born Winnipeg, Manitoba,
20 April 1899
South Bathurst, New Brunswick,
29 November 1887
Snider Mountain, New Brunswick
10 April 1892

Died 6 November 1918,
Winnipeg, Manitoba *
18 April 1969,
Bathurst, New Brunswick
13 March 1978,
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Grave Kildonan Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
( image courtesy William Mullen )
St Alban's Cemetery, Bathurst, New Brunswick Snider Mountain Baptist Church Cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Location
of VC
Canadian War Museum, Ottawa Canadian War Museum, Ottawa Stolen from the Regimental Museum in December 1978
Remarks * Died of Spanish influenza None CBE, MC & Bar

NEWFOUNDLAND / NOVA SCOTIA / SASKATCHEWAN

Name Thomas,
RICKETTS
William,
HALL
George Harry,
MULLIN

Rank Sergeant Quartermaster Sergeant
Force 1st Bn Royal Newfoundland Regiment Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade ) Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, CEF
VC won Ledeghem, Belgium,
14 October 1918
Lucknow, Indian Mutiny,
16 November 1857
Passchendaele, Belgium,
30 October 1917

London Gaz 6 January 1919 1 February 1859 11 January 1918
Born White Bay, Newfoundland,
15 April 1901
Horton Bluff, Nova Scotia,
25 April 1829
Portland, Oregon, USA,
15 August 1892

Died 10 February 1967,
St John's, Newfoundland
27 August 1904,
Avonport, Nova Scotia
5 April 1963,
Regina, Saskatchewan

Grave Anglican Cemetery, St John's, Newfoundland Hantsport Baptist Church Cemetery, Nova Scotia South Side Cemetery, Moosomin, Saskatchewan
( image courtesy William Mullen )

Location
of VC
Canadian War Museum, Ottawa Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax Canadian War Museum, Ottawa
Remarks None None MM

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