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Bacon, E.A. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    Sgt. E.A. (Ted) Bacon of Lindsay, Ontario, paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. Listed on the Honour Roll for Victoria and Haliburton Counties of those who have paid the supreme sacrifice in the cause of freedom. Died on July 27, 1944
Bacon, E.A. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText    Sgt. E.A. (Ted) Bacon of Lindsay, Ontario, paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. Listed on the Honour Roll for Victoria and Haliburton Counties of those who have paid the supreme sacrifice in the cause of freedom. Died on July 27, 1944
Carnochan, A. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Arthur Emerson Carnochan of Haliburton, Ontario, paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II - from the Honour Roll for Victoria and Haliburton Counties. Died 12 March 1945
Carnochan, R. 
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Carnochan, R. 
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Chalmers, J. 
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Copeland, R. 
ImageGenealogical ResourcesText    Pte. Ross Copeland enlisted 12 January 1943 and trained at British Columbia and Kingston. Posted Overseas 29 June 1944. Killed 13 October 1944.
Davidson, B. 
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Eggleton, D. 
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Eggleton, D. 
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Harrison, M. 
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Harrow, H.F. 
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Horsley, L. 
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Moir, E. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    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...
Moir, E. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    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...
McEachern, L.C. 
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O'Brien, S. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Second son killed in O'Brien family, makes third war casualty
Paquette, M.T. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Reports vary over soldier from Lindsay
Paquette, M.T. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Pte. Paquette Reported Safe He is listed as killed in action on July 25, 1944
Pasquino, D. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    One son killed in action, second son is wounded
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