Bankier, Dougal Stuart (Died on 26 Oct 1948)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 4 Nov 1948, p. 4

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Dougal Stuart Bankier, M.C., died Tuesday, October 26th, at Sunnybrook Military Hospital, Toronto. Mr. Bankier received the Military Cross when he was severely wounded in the fighting in the Battle of Amiens in the First Great War. He served in the 1st Canadian Machine Gun Battalion and went overseas in 1915 with the 36th Battery from Hamilton.

Born in Hamilton in 1892, Mr. Bankier was educated there at Highfield School and in Windsor, N.S. Before the First Great War, he was employed at the Steel Company of Canada for 4 years. After the war he joined his uncle in the insurance business.

Surviving are his wife, the former Kathleen Cahill; a son, P.D. Bankier, of Grimsby; two daughters, Mrs. Ian Angus, who lives in the Dominican Republic, and Miss Jane Bankier of Hamilton;a sister, Miss Helen Bankier, of Hamilton; and a brother, John, of Montreal.

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4 Nov 1948
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26 Oct 1948
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Bankier, Dougal Stuart (Died on 26 Oct 1948)