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Charles Nadeau, husband of Betty Nadeau and father of Peter, served with the Canadian Military Headquarters during the Second World War.
Clifford Murray Nicholson.
Harold Frank Nicholson.
Lance Corporal Robert James Nixon, son of James Nixon and Eliza Thomas Nixon, was born in Homewood, Manitoba in 1921, but later moved to Transcona, Manitoba. He came from a large family and had five sisters: Irene, Kathleen, Evelyn, Edith & Georgina. When the Second World War broke out he quickly enlisted on September 7th, 1939 and served with the Winnipeg Grenadiers. He served for fifteen months in the West Indies until September 1941 when he returned briefly to Canada before being deployed to China. After the Battle of Hong Kong he was taken as a prisoner of war by the Japanese. He spent the remainder of the war as a POW. Upon his liberation he returned home and became a doctor of internal medicine, working in the Health Sciences Centre, St. Boniface Hospital and Deer Lodge Hospital during his training. Dr. Nixon married his wife, Jean, in 1954. In 1959, he started to work in Estevan, Saskatchewan. Dr. Nixon died tragically in a plane crash in Saskatchewan at the age of 41.
John Alexander Norris.
Lieutenant William Francis Nugent.