Service No.RankServiceDate of BirthPlace of BirthDate of EnlistmentPlace of EnlistmentDate of DeathAgeCemetery/MemorialGrave ReferenceSource:Veterans Affairs Canada
Edward James PowerSF14075Private3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, R.C.I.C.July 10, 1931North Sydney, Nova Scotia January 4, 1951Halifax, Nova ScotiaDecember 24, 195221United Nations Cemetery (Busan), South KoreaPlot 21. Row 10. Grave 1376Commemorated on Page 60 of the Korean War Book of Remembrance.Son of Edward and Jean (Power) MacDonald of North Sydney, Nova Scotia. Private Power was killed in action against the enemy. The Monuments to Canadian Fallen that stand in the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Busan and also in Ottawa list Private Power by two names. One is his own. The other is "Joe Dowey" the made-up name that he sometimes used when on weekend passes and on leave. Private Power was killed while serving with a 3 PPCLI ambush party.