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14 Dead And 6 Missing In Explosion; 37 Are Listed Injured In Elevator Disaster 
Newspapers  "14 Dead And 6 Missing In Explosion; 37 Are Listed Injured In Elevator Disaster," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Aug 1945, p. 1  Port Arthur ; Saskatchewan Pool Elevator No.5 ; One of the worst disasters on Lakehead history ; 14 Dead ; At Least 37 Injured ; List of names of injured ; Robert Elder (deceased) ; Vernon Rogers (deceased) ; Fred Bramwell (deceased) ; Ross Insley (deceased) ; William Henry Hodgkinson (deceased) ;...
Elevator Blast Death Toll Is Now 16 
Newspapers  "Elevator Blast Death Toll Is Now 16," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 9 Aug 1945, p. 1  Port Arthur ; Saskatchewan Pool Elevator No.5 ; One of the worst disasters on Lakehead history ; 16 Dead ; At Least 37 Injured ; List of names of injured ; Robert Elder (deceased) ; Vernon Rogers (deceased) ; Fred Bramwell (deceased) ; Ross Insley (deceased) ; William Henry Hodgkinson (deceased) ;...
James Blampy Is First From City Wounded In War 
Newspapers  "James Blampy Is First From City Wounded In War," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Oct 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; James Blampy ; Fort William citizen ; Royal Engineers Reservist ; Canadian Expeditionary Force Full text available on microfilm
When The Patricias Met Their Baptism Of Fire In France 
Newspapers  "When The Patricias Met Their Baptism Of Fire In France," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 7 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; On Battlefront in Northern France Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur Man Killed in Action 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Man Killed in Action," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 15 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Norman Pawson of Port Arthur ; British Regiment ; Killed in action in France Full text available on microfilm
Princess Patricias Are Reported To Have Lost 128 Men 
Newspapers  "Princess Patricias Are Reported To Have Lost 128 Men," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 18 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment Full text available on microfilm
Canadians Hold More Than Mile Important Front 
Newspapers  "Canadians Hold More Than Mile Important Front," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Capt. Denison 1st Canadian Killed 
Newspapers  "Capt. Denison 1st Canadian Killed," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 Sep 1914  Capt. Bertram Denison ; 1st Canadian killed in World War One Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur Reservist Was Ankle Deep In German Blood 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Reservist Was Ankle Deep In German Blood," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 29 Oct 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Port Arthur ; British Army Reservist Full text available on microfilm
Lieutenant Owen Dead 
Newspapers  "Lieutenant Owen Dead," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; H.E. Lloyd Owen ; 8th Battalion ; Eighth Battalion ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Battle of Langhemarcq ; Killed in Action ; Port Arthur resident ; Lieutenant Dear ; Fort William Resident ; Suffering from gas fumes Full...
Fort William Man Is Wounded At Antwerp 
Newspapers  "Fort William Man Is Wounded At Antwerp," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 6 Nov 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; John McDonald ; Reservist for British Navy ; Fort William Police Constable ; Antwerp Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur Boy Among Wounded 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Boy Among Wounded," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; James Grant Johnson ; Cyclist Company ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Casualties Among Canadians Were Five Thousand 
Newspapers  "Casualties Among Canadians Were Five Thousand," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Ypres Full text available on microfilm
Two Port Arthur Men Are Reported Today As Wounded 
Newspapers  "Two Port Arthur Men Are Reported Today As Wounded," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 5 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Richard Pringle ; Thomas Mains ; Port Arthur Residents ; 8th Battalion ; Eighth Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; First Battalion ; 1st Battalion Full text available on microfilm
Former Policeman In This City Badly Hurt At The Front 
Newspapers  "Former Policeman In This City Badly Hurt At The Front," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Nov 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Former policeman Crichton ; Fort William Police Department Full text available on microfilm
Liquor Is Curse Of Canadian Contingent 
Newspapers  "Liquor Is Curse Of Canadian Contingent," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 1 Dec 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Salisbury Plain, Eng. ; Alcohol cause of all injuries sustained Full text available on microfilm
Harry Hogarth Missing Other Casualties In 8th 
Newspapers  "Harry Hogarth Missing Other Casualties In 8th," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 6 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Harry Hogarth ; Missing in action ; 8th Battalion ; Eighth Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Port Arthur resident ; Langhemarcq ; Charles Goodike ; Ruthven Gibson ; Fort William residents ; Wounded in action Full...
Burk Brothers, Munro And Hewitson Missing Labbe Among Dead 
Newspapers  "Burk Brothers, Munro And Hewitson Missing Labbe Among Dead," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Official Casualty List ; Langhemarcq ; Ypres ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; List of names from Port Arthur, Fort William, Fort Frances and District Full text available on microfilm
Canadians Killed At Salisbury 
Newspapers  "Canadians Killed At Salisbury," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Salisbury, Eng. Full text available on microfilm
37 Port Arthur Names On Latest Casualty List 
Newspapers  "37 Port Arthur Names On Latest Casualty List," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 10 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Soldiers from Port Arthur & Fort William ; Casualty List ; List of names Full text available on microfilm
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