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Reply #15 - 16. Jul 2012 at 23:58
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Lloyd Logan Roblee
Rifleman
Service No F40323
He served with the Royal Rifles of Canada. I checked for his platoon and found that he was in an unallocated platoon. He was injured in battle suffering a fractured tibia and fibula ununited, loss of tissue. He is buried at Yokahama War Cemetery, Sec. B.A.10
At the time of his death, his parents Myles and Emily were living in Sackville, NB.

I went back to check on Lloyd as my father-in-law was also with the Royal Rifles and was prisoner of war in both Hong Kong and Japan. I found that Lloyd Roblee and my father-in-law were in the same unallocated platoon. I checked the other names in the unallocated and recognized many of the names. He served with a great group of men.
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Reply #16 - 21. Aug 2012 at 23:38
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I am currently working on my McKay family roots in the Cumberland area. Just a warning that the census reports are not totally correct. For example John David Sr. Was not born in Scotland. He was born in Stellarton.

I am learning as I go but if you search his kids wedding records it states he was born in NS. I will post more information after I clean up the mess. But thanks for the reference sheet Annapolis.
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Reply #17 - 14. Nov 2015 at 20:01
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Today I found out that my great grandmother Elta Roblee the second wife of Jack Roblee passed away sometime this past week Cry. He currently is in a nursing home, I believe it is in either Liverpool or Milton N.S
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