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Wall of Remembrance

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning; We will remember them. These famous words come from the famous poem, For the Fallen, by Robert Laurence Binyon.

We invite you to add veterans to our interactive Wall of Remembrance website. We hope that by sharing who they were, it will provide us with another opportunity to honour their contribution. We will remember them.

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Name:
Charles
Alvin
Elliott
Date of Birth: 1925
Date of Death: March 21 1945
City:
Chipman, Queens Co
Province: NB
Served With: Canadian Forces
Served In: Air Force
Regiment:
RCAF
Unit:
419 Sqn
War/Conflict: Second World War

Pilot Officer Alvin Elliott grew up in Coles Island, NB. He was a Wireless/Air Gunner with 419 Sqn, RCAF. On the night of March 20th-21st 1945, he was the wireless operator in Lancaster X KB-786 coded VR-P when it was shot down by a German night fighter while on a bombing operation over Hemmingstedt. PO Elliott and five of his fellow aircrew were killed with the seventh being taken prisoner. He was the son of the Late Fred and Annie Elliott.