Native American Veteran and Canadian aboriginal veteran List.

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

Last edited: 06/09/2016