Jamieson, Harold

Corporal Harold Jamieson

B/158378 Corporal Harold Jamieson was born 19 February 1919 in Brantford, Ontario, son of Chris and Mari Jamieson. and a member of the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation.  He studied at Major Ballachey School and afterwards earned his living as a transport driver. He was a devout member of the Latter Day Saints Church.

On 2 April 1945 his was killed in action while attacking a strong German position of Emmerich and Hoch Elton, just over the Rhine River.

Shortly after his platoon commander, Lieutenant R. Gautheir wrote to his mother:

“If I had a platoon of men as brave as your son, we could win the war by ourselves. You may well be proud of him.”

Jamieson is buried in Grosbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Netherlands, Grave Reference: XXII. D. 12.

"In Pace Paratus – In Peace Prepared"