William David Fraser
and so the soldier the scottish soldier
will wander far no more and soldier far no more
and on a hillside a scottish hillside
you'll hear a piper play his soldier home
he'd seen the glory and told the story
of battles glorious and deeds victorious
the bugles cease now he is at peace now
far from these green hills of tyrol
(The Green Hills Of Tyrol Traditional)
Welcome, family and friends.
William David Fraser (son of William MacKay Fraser and Ellen Harkness) was born May 01, 1921, in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada,
and died January 20, 1978 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
'David' was a World War II veteran. He enlisted at a young age, and was sent to battle in the front lines. He served overseas for six years. This experience deeply affected him. He was a member of the Governor General's Foot Guards. In the years that followed, he worked for Ontario Hydro. David is buried with Canadian Veterans in Beechwood Cemetery, Carleton County, Ontario, Canada.
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