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George Leslie Havens Discharge Certificate, 1945


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Text
Item Types:
Certificates
Photographs
Description:
This certificate was issued in 1945 to George Leslie Havens to confirm his discharge from the Canadian Army at the conclusion of World War II. He served in Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and the Central Mediterranean Area and was a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery. The included photograph depicts George in 1941.

George was born October 28, 1919 and died January 2, 1980. He married Joan Van Denburgh of England, with whom he had eight children: Jim, David, Brenda, Norma, Brent, Earl, Ray and Terry. He is buried in Mount Vernon United Church Cemetery.

This photo and certificate were contributed by Jim Havens.
Date of Publication:
2 Jun 1945
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Donor:
Provided by Jim Havens
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
George Leslie Havens Discharge Certificate, 1945, Jim Havens Personal Collection
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George Leslie Havens Discharge Certificate, 1945


This certificate was issued in 1945 to George Leslie Havens to confirm his discharge from the Canadian Army at the conclusion of World War II. He served in Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and the Central Mediterranean Area and was a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery. The included photograph depicts George in 1941.

George was born October 28, 1919 and died January 2, 1980. He married Joan Van Denburgh of England, with whom he had eight children: Jim, David, Brenda, Norma, Brent, Earl, Ray and Terry. He is buried in Mount Vernon United Church Cemetery.

This photo and certificate were contributed by Jim Havens.