Canadian War Graves - Curzon

This collection contains records from the War Grave Registers for service personnel of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) who died during the First World War in Belgium, France and the United Kingdom. The registers, also known as the 'Black Binders', were created at the end of the war by the Department of Militia and Defence, the forerunner of the Canadian Department of National Defense. These registers were used to record the final resting place of the soldier, nurse or other individual, and to record the notification of the next of kin. If the body was never recovered, these records contain the official memorial on which the individual's name would be found.


Ancestry.ca has 1 War Grave record for Curzon.


Gunner George Curzon
Regimental number 54013


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BIRTH: --
DATE OF RECORD: May 13, 1917
BURIAL REGION: France, Belgium, etc.
GRAVE SITE: 3 3/4 Miles South West of Aix Noulette, North West of Villers-au-Bois, 6 1/2 Miles South of Noeux-les-Mines, France
RESIDENCE: --
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