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Anderson, J. 
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Balfour, A. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Sergeant Alex Balfour enlisted in the Royal Canadian Dragoons in 1940. He trained at St. John's, Que., Camp Borden and then was posted overseas. He was sent from England to Italy and returned to England for advanced training. Died on 19 April 1945
Balfour, A. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    Sergeant Alex Balfour enlisted in the Royal Canadian Dragoons in 1940. He trained at St. John's, Que., Camp Borden and then was posted overseas. He was sent from England to Italy and returned to England for advanced training. Died on 19 April 1945
Barnsley, L. 
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Dack, J. 
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Dack, J. 
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Dack, J. 
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Davidson, R. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    Lieut. F. Ross Davidson of Haliburton joined the 45th Canadian Army Field Regiment in Lindsay on 8 September 1939 and went overseas in November 1941. He took an Officers Training Course and received his commission in July, 1944.
Davidson, R. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    Lieut. F. Ross Davidson of Haliburton joined the 45th Canadian Army Field Regiment in Lindsay on 8 September 1939 and went overseas in November 1941. He took an Officers Training Course and received his commission in July, 1944.
Eggleton, D. 
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Eggleton, D. 
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Farrow, F. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    C 26372 Foster Farrow Janetville, Ontario Foster Farrow of Janetville, Ontario who was engaged in farming in that district before the war, enlisted in the Canadian Army in October 1939. He entered the Royal Canadian Artillery when he joined the 45th Bty. R.C.A. at Lindsay with the rank of...
Haliburton 
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Horsley, L. 
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McCracken, M.J. 
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McCracken, M.J. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    C 121505 Pte. McCracken, M.J. #2 CBRG Canadian Army Overseas Pte. M.J. McCracken, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCracken, Haliburton, Ontario. Enlisted in Kingston, 16 June 1943. Trained at Kingston, Peterborough, Cornwall, Brantford, Camp Borden. Went overseas on 25 July 1944.
O'Brien, D. 
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O'Brien, I. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Youngest of Five Fighting, son dies on active duty
O'Brien, I. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Irvine O'Brien of Norland reported killed in France
O'Brien, I. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Norland Soldier, Irvine O'Brien, Killed in France
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