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Gordon Jackson Kean
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 Information
 Service #  338554
 Rank  Gunner
 Force  Army
 Regiment  Canadian Field Artillery
 Death Date October 24, 1918
 Engagement  -
 Cemetary  Bodelwyddan (st. Margaret) Churchyard
 Age  -
 Birthdate  28 Feb 1899
 Peacetime Work  -
 Awards & Citations
None are listed, but that doesn't mean this individual does not have any.
 Biography/Accounts
Canadian Heavy Artillery Only son of John Kean; b. Chicago; ed. Line P.S., Chicago, Kew Beach P.S., Riverdale c.i., Toronto; Medicine 1917-18. At the end of his first year he enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery, C.F.A. After training at Petawawa he went overseas in September, and transferred to the Heavy Artillery in England. Shortly afterwards he was taken ill with influenza and died at Kinmel Park Camp, Wales. Buried at Bodelwyddan Churchyard, Rhyl.
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