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Apps, G. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImage    Geoffrey Apps is reported dead on 19 February 1945
Barnsley, L. 
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Barnsley, L. 
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Barnsley, L. 
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Barton, W.S. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    W.S. Barton, D.F.C. Popular young Lindsay flier, who was promoted to the rank of Wing Commander. His father was head of Knitters Limited, here. His brother, Russell, also of the R.A.F., was killed just before war started, in a plane crash in England.
Dack, J. 
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Fletcher, A.H. 
ImageGenealogical ResourcesNewspapersText    Arthur Haydn Fletcher of Lindsay enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force on 26 May 1941. He trained in Canada at Trenton (Ont.),Rivers (Man.), Jarvis (Ont.), Aylmer (Ont.), Penfield Ridge (N.B.), Debert (N.S.), Belleville (Ont.), and Charlottetown (P.E.I.). He was promoted in turn from ACII to...
Moir, A. 
ImageGenealogical ResourcesText    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.
Welsh, W.R. 
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Four More Deaths Among Canadians At Salisbury Camp 
Newspapers  "Four More Deaths Among Canadians At Salisbury Camp," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 7 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Salisbury, Eng. ; Full text available on microfilm
Fifty Canadians Have Died to Date At The Salisbury Camp 
Newspapers  "Fifty Canadians Have Died to Date At The Salisbury Camp," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Spinal Meningitis ; Epidemics Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur Man Dies In Winnipeg 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Man Dies In Winnipeg," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 17 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Private Davis ; From Port Arthur ; 28th Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Member Of The 52nd Dies Of Pneumonia 
Newspapers  "Member Of The 52nd Dies Of Pneumonia," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 16 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Private Omar Lafontaine ; 52nd Battalion ; 52nd New Ontario Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Third Contingent ; 3rd Contingent Full text available on microfilm
City Items 
Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 29 Jul 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Edgar James ; Fort William resident ; Will train with 44th Battalion under Colonel Wayland ; Winnipeg, MB ; Sewell camp ; Donald Finlayson (KIA) ; Well known in Fort William ; Canadian Highlanders ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force...
City Items 
Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Nov 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; W.M. Rankin ; 'Billy' Rankin ; 94th Battalion ; Ninety-Fourth Battalion Theodore Studdert (deceased) ; 52nd Battalion ; 52nd New Ontario Battalion ; Machine Gun Section ; Died of Pneumonia ; Former Fort William resident ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full...
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Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 14 Feb 1916  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Pte. Arthur Bole (KIA) ; Former Fort William resident ; 17th Battalion ; Seventeenth Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Corporal G.C. Foster ; 10th Canadian Mounted Regiment ; 10th C.M.R. ; Was in Lakehead recruiting for regiment ; Left for Portage la...
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Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 23 Feb 1916  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Arthur Bicknell (KIA) ; Dryden resident ; 52nd Battalion ; 52nd New Ontario Battalion ; Attached to the Engineers Training Depot 96th Regiment ; 96th Lake Superior Regiment ; To hold mess dinner ; Prince Arthur Hotel ; In honour of Colonel Gray , Assistant...
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Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 13 Mar 1916  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; 94th Battalion ; 94th Overseas New Ontario Battalion ; William Redgrave ; Port Arthur resident ; George Sargent ; Charles Sargent ; Fort William residents ; Latest recruits ; Lieut. Col. J.J. Carrick has 100,000 cigarettes donated to battalion ; John James Carrick ;...
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Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4 Apr 1916  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Lieut. A. Campbell (wounded) ; Well known in Lakehead ; Nephew to Mrs. George McVicar of Port Arthur ; Royal Canadian Regiment Charles Woodward ; Port Arthur resident ; Recovered hearing ; Now back fighting ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) 94th Battalion ;...
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Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 22 Apr 1916  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Drill Instructor Connors ; Returned from front ; Was with Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Arrives in Fort William ; To Instruct 94th Battalion soldiers ; 94th Overseas New Ontario Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Robert Inglis...
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