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  • Maidens, B.
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    Hold High the Torch

    The following splendid poem written in Holland by Capt. Bruce Maidens, formerly of the Victoria Trust & Savings Co. Staff, appeared in the Canadian Army Newspaper and will be read with interest by the many friends of Captain Maidens in this district: ...

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    Hold High the Torch

    The following splendid poem written in Holland by Capt. Bruce Maidens, formerly of the Victoria Trust & Savings Co. Staff, appeared in the Canadian Army Newspaper and ...

  • Wright, J.S.
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  • Page 105: Arkwright, Charles R.
    TextGenealogical ResourceNewspaper       This card is part of a larger collection of World War II personnel clippings. The project began in 1944 at the Lindsay Library. The intent was to gather together as much information as possible on the military record and the service of people from the Town of Lindsay and the ...
    TextGenealogical ResourceNewspaper     This card is part of a larger collection of World War II personnel clippings. The project began in 1944 at the Lindsay Library. The intent was to gather together as ...
  • Wright, J.T.
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  • Wright, J.T.
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  • Wright, J.T.
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  • Shackleton, G.
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  • Moir, E.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       Edrick Moir of Lindsay enlisted with the artillery in Peterboro in the spring of 1943. After preliminary training in Canada he went overseas in the summer of the same year, 1943. Shortly after arriving overseas he transferred to the Stormont and Glengarry Highlanders. With this unit he saw action in ...
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     Edrick Moir of Lindsay enlisted with the artillery in Peterboro in the spring of 1943. After preliminary training in Canada he went overseas in the summer of the same year, ...
  • Connaghan, M.
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    KILLED IN ACTION

    Royal Canadian Artillery

    CONNAGHAN, Marvin Joseph, Gnr., Mandy Connaghan (father) Wilberforce, Ont. (Wife overseas)....
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    KILLED IN ACTION

    Royal Canadian Artillery

    CONNAGHAN, Marvin Joseph, Gnr., Mandy Connaghan (father) Wilberforce, Ont. (Wife overseas)....
  • Wright, J.S.
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  • Pilkington, T.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       Gunner Tom Pilkington listed killed in France
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     Gunner Tom Pilkington listed killed in France
  • McGrath, J.
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  • McGrath, J.
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    Gnr. Jack McGrath, Kinmount, is killed

    Gnr. Jack McGrath, the first resident of the village of Kinmount to enlist, has been reported killed in action in France. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGrath of Kinmount and was born and raised in the village. He was well ...

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    Gnr. Jack McGrath, Kinmount, is killed

    Gnr. Jack McGrath, the first resident of the village of Kinmount to enlist, has been reported killed in action in France. He is a son ...

  • Hudson, C.
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    Warrant Officers, NCO's and men
    Killed in Action

    Royal Canadian Artillery

    Francis, Gordon Joseph, L|Bdr. Mrs. Eleanor Francis (wife), Oshawa, Ont.


    Hudson, Clifford Gordon, Gnr. Mrs. Lottie Hudson (mother), Lindsay.

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    Warrant Officers, NCO's and men
    Killed in Action

    Royal Canadian Artillery

    Francis, Gordon Joseph, L|Bdr. Mrs. Eleanor Francis (wife), Oshawa, Ont.


    Hudson, Clifford Gordon, Gnr. Mrs. Lottie Hudson (mother), Lindsay.

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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


    Mrs. John Dead, 47 ...

  • Chalmers, J.
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    Killed in Action
    Word came to Mr. and Mrs. William Chalmers that their son Jim had been killed in action. Jimmy Chalmers was one of the first to enlist around here. He was in the Signal Corps and it is almost five years since he enlisted. He has been overseas for ...
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    Killed in Action
    Word came to Mr. and Mrs. William Chalmers that their son Jim had been killed in action. Jimmy Chalmers was one of the first to enlist around here. ...
  • Chalmers, J.
    ImageTextGenealogical ResourceNewspaper       J.J. Chalmers from a group photo- members of the Original 45th Battery, Lindsay – 21 November 1945. James John Chalmers was killed in action on 08 August 1944.
    ImageTextGenealogical ResourceNewspaper     J.J. Chalmers from a group photo- members of the Original 45th Battery, Lindsay – 21 November 1945. James John Chalmers was killed in action on 08 August 1944.
  • Chalmers, J.
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    Lindsay Girl's Husband Paid Supreme Sacrifice

    Official news reached Mr. and Mrs. J. Chalmers of Fenelon Falls, of the death of their son on the battlefields of France. Gnr. J.J. Chalmers. Death took place on Aug. 8th.

    Gunner Chalmers was one of the first in this ...
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    Lindsay Girl's Husband Paid Supreme Sacrifice

    Official news reached Mr. and Mrs. J. Chalmers of Fenelon Falls, of the death of their son on the battlefields of France. Gnr. J.J. ...
  • Chalmers, J.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       Lindsay, Sept. 11 (Special) - Many causalities have been reported in the Lindsay district in recent communications received by relatives.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Chalmers of Fenelon Falls have received official confirmation of the death of their son, Gunner J.J. Chalmers in France. Gunner Chalmers ...
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     Lindsay, Sept. 11 (Special) - Many causalities have been reported in the Lindsay district in recent communications received by relatives.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Chalmers of Fenelon Falls have received ...
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