Service No.RankServiceDate of BirthPlace of BirthDate of EnlistmentPlace of EnlistmentDate of DeathAgeCemetery/MemorialSource:Veterans Affairs Canada
Robert John Moore 7085-HAble SeamanHCMS Sioux,Royal Canadian NavyDecember 27, 1929Yarmouth, Nova ScotiaMarch 8, 1949Penfield Ridge, New BrunswickJuly 21, 195121Commonwealth Memorial (Busan), South KoreaCommemorated on Page 52 of the Korean War Book of RemembranceCommemorated on the Korean War Memorial Naval Museum of Alberta at HMCS Tecumseh, Calgary, AlbertaThe Wall of Remembrance in Ottawa, Ontario The Brampton National Wall of Remembrance.Able Seaman Robert John Moore was the son of Herbert John and Mary Elizabeth Moore of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Robert was the brother of William Henry, Victor Alexander, and Mildred Constance. He was killed in an aircraft accident when a Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-4 was lost at sea near the Gulf of Alaska. He had served on the HMCS Sioux in Korea and was en route to HMCS Naden in BC. He is the only Nova Scotian to die in the Korean War in the Royal Canadian Navy.