Lajimodiere, Harold (04)
|Title:||Lajimodiere, Harold (04)|
|Subject:||Lajimodiere, Harold, Blondeau, Lagimodiere, Gadboury, Veteran, WWII, Essex Scottish|
This is image is of Harold Lajimodiere (1922-2000) who served with the Essex Scottish Regiment of the Canadian Army during the Second World War. In this image, he is riding a bike at Batoche National Historic Site where he served as a commissionaire. Originally from the Estevan, Saskatchewan area, his parents were Marceline Blondeau and Albert Lajimodiere. His great-grandparents were Jean-Baptiste Lagimodière and Marie-Anne Gadboury—Louis Riel’s maternal grandparents. Harold Lajimodiere was involved in the organization of Métis veterans in Saskatchewan before he passed away in 2000.
These images are the copyright of Kathryn Morgan who donated them to the Gabriel Dumont Institute for inclusion on this website. They cannot be used for any purpose.
|Date of Copyright:||August 14, 2015|
|GDI Media Filename:||Harold Lajimodiere (04).jpg|