Albert Joseph Savoy

Corporal Albert Joseph Savoy, G22044
Escuminac, New Brunswick
The North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment

Birth place and date: Albert was born in Chatham, NB on 10 January 1917.

Occupation: Before the war, Albert worked as a meat cutter and a grocery clerk.

Marital Status: Albert was married to Pearl Lloyd. The two were married in Baie Ste. Anne, NB on 14 July 1940.

Parents: Albert’s parents were Adolphe Savoy & Marie Pélagie Cormier.

Date and location of enlistment: Albert enlisted on 10 June 1940 in Chatham, NB.

Medals: Albert was awarded the 1939-1945 Star, the France and Germany Star, the Defence Medal, the War Medal, and the CVSM and Clasp.

Additional Information:

  • Albert attended seven years of public school before he entered the work force.
  •  Albert and Pearl had one child, Lloyd Albert who was 3 years old when Albert was killed.
  • Albert was survived by three brothers:
    • Walter Savoy (Clarisse Melanson)
    • Joseph Adolphe Savoy (Rose Roy)
    • Stanley Savoy (Hazel Miller)
  • Albert was survived by seven sisters:
    • Annie (Duncan Stewart)
    • Ellen Mamie (Simon Russell)
    • Adele (Léo-Paul Desrocher)
    • Bernetta (Gérald Vienneau)
    • Audrey (Stanley Stewart)
    • Marie (Peter Irvine)
    • Clara (Réginald Duplessie)
  • Albert was predeceased by an infant sister, Isabelle

Albert is buried in the Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery in France. He was 27 years old when he died.

Thank you to the Savoy Family for proving information. 

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