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Pte. Gordon Murray, whose wife resides at 161 Campbell Street, lost his life at Falaise, Normandy, on August 17, 1944, four weeks from the day he arrived in England from Canada. Enlisting in the Canadian Army on November 4, 1942, he was at Sherbrooke and Halifax for artillery training and was then transferred to the infantry and spent four months at Simcoe and Ipperwash. He went into action on the Continent with the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Born in London, Ont., October 14, 1920, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Murray, Pte. Murray came to Brantford in 1940 and was employed at the Brantford Oven and Rack Company.