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1942
  
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  • Trottier, Amelia - Death: Murdered
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 16 Apr 1942, Section 2, p. 7     ...
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  • Delnite Gold Mine - Josephat Major and William Woods killed in mine
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 7 May 1942, Section 1, p. 2     ...
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 7 May 1942, Section 1, p. 2   ...
  • Beatty, L.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 4
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 4
  • Olsen, A.M.
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  • Olesen, A.M.
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  • Morrow, J.R.
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  • Kriger, L.
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    Popular Fenelon boy is killed with RCAF

    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kriger, popular Fenelon Falls residents, received word yesterday of the death of their only son, Sgt. Observer Louis Kriger, R.C.A.F., while on active service in England.


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    Popular Fenelon boy is killed with RCAF

    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kriger, popular Fenelon Falls residents, received word yesterday of the death of their only son, Sgt. Observer Louis Kriger, ...

  • Wakelin, R.L.
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  • Tanner, W.A.
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  • Woodbury, A.
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  • Woodbury, A.
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  • Wakelin, R.L.
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  • Dean, E.
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    Gunner Earl Dean is first Casualty reported in 45th Battery - Died in England

    Widowed mother has three other sons in the service--Gunner Dean died from gunshot wounds


    Mrs. John Dead, 47 Georgia St., received word Saturday that he son, Gunner Earl G. Dean, had died from ...

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    Gunner Earl Dean is first Casualty reported in 45th Battery - Died in England

    Widowed mother has three other sons in the service--Gunner Dean died from gunshot wounds


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  • Fee, G.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       ... received his wings at the latter. Going overseas in March 1942, he celebrated...
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     ... received his wings at the latter. Going overseas in March 1942, he celebrated...
  • McLean, J.K.
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  • Moir, A.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       C 65625 Pte. Andrew Moir enlisted with the Canadian Army on 6 March 1941. He trained at Ottawa and St. John N.B. He was one of 50 who were chosen at Niagara Falls to go overseas and saw action at Hong Kong. He was killed on 25 December 1941.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     C 65625 Pte. Andrew Moir enlisted with the Canadian Army on 6 March 1941. He trained at Ottawa and St. John N.B. He was one of 50 who were chosen ...
  • Christie, D.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       David D. Christie whose parents reside in Lindsay at 77 William St. North, enlisted for service with the Royal Canadian Air Force in August 1940. A student at L.C.I. prior to enlisting Dave Christie trained at Brandon (Manitoba), Regina (Saskatchewan), Lethbridge (Alberta), and Calgary (Alberta) (Regina ITS, Lethbridge EFTS, Calgary ...
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     David D. Christie whose parents reside in Lindsay at 77 William St. North, enlisted for service with the Royal Canadian Air Force in August 1940. A student at L.C.I. prior ...
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