Killed in action
Grimsby Independent, 26 Apr 1945, p. 1
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26 Apr 1945
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Roszelle, Harold Wilbert
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Pte. Harold Wilbert Roszelle, 21, son of Mrs. Irene Roszelle, Birch Ave., Toronto, and the late Wilbert Roszelle, who served with the R.F.C. in the last war, died of wounds received on the western front. He enlisted with the Dufferin and Haldimand regiment, March 16, 1941, and went overseas on April 1943. He was born in Hamilton and educated at Grimsby public school and Collingham Street school, Toronto... He is survived by his mother; three sisters, Mrs. Douglas Woolven, Calgary; Mrs. George Weeden, Toronto, whose husband is a sergeant with the R.C.A.F. overseas and Miss Olive at home and a brother, Cpl. Albert Roszelle, with the RCASC in England. Pte. Roszelle resided with his family on Elm Street, Grimsby, for some years, his late father being a valued employee of the West End Motors.

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Killed in action