Private Kenneth Donald Duncanson

Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson was born in
Wallacetown, Ontario on
7 June 1915.
Image used with
permission from Pte
Duncanson’s family.
Private Duncanson.
Prior to enlisting, Pte Duncanson
worked as a truck driver with the
Strathcona Creamery in Dutton,
Ontario. Image used with
permission from Pte
Duncanson’s family.
Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson enlisted
in the Canadian army
in Listowel, Ontario
on 24 August 1942.
Image used with permission
from Pte Duncanson's family.

Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson underwent
training at Camp Ipperwash
near Sarnia, Ontario, from
the autumn of 1942 until
August 1943. Image used
with permission from Pte
Duncanson's family.
Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson went overseas
and then assigned to The
Algonquin Regiment in April
of 1944. He arrived in
France on 22 July 1944.
Image used with permission
from Pte Duncanson's family.
Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson was declared
“Missing in Action” after
the Battle of Molentje on
14 September 1944.
Image used with
permission from
Pte Duncanson’s family.

Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson was eventually
confirmed “Killed In Action”
on 14 September 1944. He
was 29 years old.
Image used with
permission from
Pte Duncanson’s family.
Private Duncanson.
For his service, Pte Duncanson
was awarded the 1939-1945 Star,
the France & Germany Star, the
Defence Medal, the War Medal,
and the C.V.S.M. & Clasp.
Image used with permission
from Pte Duncanson’s family.
Private Duncanson.
Pte Duncanson was survived
by his wife Mabel Lillian
Duncanson, who prepared
this above collage in his
memory. Image used with
permission from Pte
Duncanson's family.