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These American-related casualties who fought with Commonwealth Forces in World War II, are buried or memorialized in Commonwealth War Grave Commission cemeteries in all parts of the world. The vast majority is American born, and a good number are American immigrants. Some were next of kin to American wives or parents, though not necessarily American citizens. This list is distilled, in the format given, from CWGC records. Where notation about a Òtrue family nameÓ is given, the individual is listed under an alias and a true name, both of which are included in the list. More complete information about origins, age, place and cause of death, related battle action, and next of kin can be found in the name search engine at of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.
Robert Henry Galipeau
Born September 23 1919
Last known US address:
546 N. Oxford Street, Hollywood (Los Angeles)
Mrs. Ella Mary Galipeau,
Went into Canadian duty, RCAF. Died in the North Sea on a Bremen mission 14/9 1942.
Loss of Wellington IC R1588 from 22 OTU RAF.
His body drifted ashore Isle of Rømø (Denmark) on 16/10 1942.
Burial and final rest Cemetery of Kirkeby (Denmark) 20/10 1942.
Source: Finn Buch - Denmark 2013