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|Pte. Patrick J. Hennessy, age 56, in early December, 1940, shortly before he left for basic training at Valcartier Camp in Quebec. Standing with Patrick outside the family home in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada is his youngest daughter Anna Hennessy. Across the street is the old Holy Family Catholic Church. Patrick was 61 years old when he returned from Scotland in 1945, making him one of the oldest men to serve for the Canadian Armed Forces during World War Two.|
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