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Students help get headstone for First World War veteran in unmarked grave

CTV News Sunday, 10 November 2019
A group of middle school students honoured a First World War veteran from Fredericton, N.B., after they discovered he had been in an unmarked grave for nearly 100 years.
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News video: World War II veteran's remains identified using DNA, returned to Beloit

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A World War II veteran, Sgt. John McCarville, returned to Beloit decades after he was shot and killed in action.

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