Wartime Heritage ASSOCIATION
Service No. Rank Service Date of Birth Place of Birth Date of Enlistment Place of Enlistment Date of Death Age Cemetery/Memorial Source: Veterans Affairs Canada
Wilfred Douglas Clooney F-800211 Private Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, R.C.I.C. June 29, 1931 Maitland, Nova Scotia August 30, 1950 Halifax, Nova Scotia September 29, 1950 19 Saint John The Baptist Anglican Church Cemetery, Maple Grove, Hants Co., NS Commemorated on Page 13 of the Korean War Book of Remembrance. Private Clooney, the son of Mr. Garfield and Mrs. Elizabeth Clooney, Maple Grove, Hants Co. NS, enlisted with the special force being recruited for service in Korea. He was killed when the taxi in which he and a number of comrades in training were returning to Camp Petawawa from Pembroke, collided with another vehicle on September 28, 1950. Private Clooney died the following day.
copyright © Wartime Heritage Association 2012-2022 Website hosting courtesy of Register.com - a web.com company
Remembering the Korean War Korean War Casualties with a Nova Scotia Connection