example file

To explain how research works and how records are created, we take the case of the soldier Thomas Paquette, one complete record to date:

 Each name are record in 4 differents tables : (placed in parenthesis and red, the data from our example)

1) The first table is the form database, are stored in the database:

  • Surname ( PAQUETTE )
  • First names (thomas )
  • Rank ( private )
  • Regimental number (889028 )
  • Unit ( 22nd bn. Quebec regiment, 2nd Canadian division, CEF )
  • Birthdate ( DD/7/1887 )
  • Decease date ( 23/7/17 )
  • Age of death ( 30 )
  • Cemetery where buried classed by city, province and country ( Mémorial de vimy- Vimy  - pas de calais - FRANCE )
  • Grave number ( panel P )
  • sex ( M )
  • Birthplace ( St Thomas de Pierreville )
  • Province and country of bitrh ( Quebec, Canada )
  • First nation ( Malécite )
  • War engaged ( 1GM (1st World War) )
  • Civil trade ( laborer )
  • Cause of death ( missing )
  • Number of awards ( 0 )
  • number of wounds ( 0 )

2) The 2nd table recensed the battles made by the soldier and say if he wounded or died. ( Lens - July/August 1917 (Missing in action) )

3) The 3rd table list the awards received by the soldier.

4) The 4th table list the documents collected and their number for each name :

  • a fact sheet ( 1 )
  • enlistment paper ( 2 )
  • cemetery map ( 1 )
  • soldier history ( 1 )
  • various documents ( 55, in this case, family picture, pension files, battle map ...)
  • photos of soldier ( 5 )
  • photos of grave ( 1 )
  • military files  ( 1 )
  • Canadian remembrance book ( 3 )
  • total page file ( 90 )
  • table line full (YES, indicates that all necessary information in the first table are included)
  • number of awards recensed ( 0 )
  • batlle table (YES, indicates soldier record in the second table)
  • PDF files build ( YES)

 

EXAMPLE

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