When I started working on my family tree a year ago, I found out my maternal Grandmother had a first cousin who died in France in 1917. When I started working at the @vimyfoundation in January, I revisited this leaf on my tree, and discovered that he had been at Vimy, and that when he was killed three weeks later, his remains were never found. His name is on the Vimy Memorial, along with 11,284 other Canadian First World War soldiers with no known graves. My parents are in Vimy this weekend, and found his name for me.
Charles Horace Lamontagne (March 14, 1880- April 29, 1917)