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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
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
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
Wounded Of The Canadians Are Doing Well In London Hospital 
Newspapers  "Wounded Of The Canadians Are Doing Well In London Hospital," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 2 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Canadians In Charge With Bayonet, Took All Enemy Trenches 
Newspapers  "Canadians In Charge With Bayonet, Took All Enemy Trenches," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 15 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; France ; Two Battalions From Ontario, One from Winnipeg involved Full text available on microfilm
Pats' Casualties Were Light Says Canadian Writer 
Newspapers  "Pats' Casualties Were Light Says Canadian Writer," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Northern France Full text available on microfilm
No Dead Named In The First List Of Casualties Among The Pats 
Newspapers  "No Dead Named In The First List Of Casualties Among The Pats," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Jan 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment Full text available on microfilm
Where W.J. Huston Fell 
Newspapers  "Where W.J. Huston Fell," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 3 Feb 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Corporal W.J. Huston ; W.J. "Billy" Huston ; Map Full text available on microfilm
'Billy' Huston Known All Over Canada West; Was A Good Sportsman 
Newspapers  "'Billy' Huston Known All Over Canada West; Was A Good Sportsman," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4 Feb 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Corporal W.J. Huston ; W.J. "Billy" Huston Full text available on microfilm
Last Letter Received From W.J. Huston Was Written After Action 
Newspapers  "Last Letter Received From W.J. Huston Was Written After Action," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4 Feb 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Corporal W.J. Huston ; W.J. "Billy" Huston ; Letter written by Huston in the trenches Full text available on microfilm
Fort William Boy Is Home Bearing Scars Of Battle 
Newspapers  "Fort William Boy Is Home Bearing Scars Of Battle," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 1 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Harry Gibson (Reservist) ; Fort William man ; War injuries Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur Soldiers In The Trenches Again; 'Little Black Devils' in Their First 'Grueling' 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Soldiers In The Trenches Again; 'Little Black Devils' in Their First 'Grueling'," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 5 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Little Black Devils ; 90th Winnipeg Rifles ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; 8th Battalion Full text available on microfilm
Canadians In Hospital Tell Of Experiences 
Newspapers  "Canadians In Hospital Tell Of Experiences," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 16 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Duchess of Connaught`s Canadian Hospital ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur And Fort William Men Wounded In Action 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur And Fort William Men Wounded In Action," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 22 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Port Arthur, Fort William soldiers ; Wounded in action ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; 8th Battalion ; France ; Private Henry C. Pain ; Private T.E. Batchelor Full text available on microfilm
Canadians In The London Hospital Tell Of Trenches 
Newspapers  "Canadians In The London Hospital Tell Of Trenches," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 23 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Shorncliffe ; Queen`s Canadian Hospital ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Brother Of Fort Man Is Killed In Action 
Newspapers  "Brother Of Fort Man Is Killed In Action," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Private Stanley Robert McCombe ; Thomas McCombe (Fort William resident) Full text available on microfilm
Schreiber Man Is Severely Wounded 
Newspapers  "Schreiber Man Is Severely Wounded," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Schreiber, ON ; Sergeant D.D. McLeod ; France ; Letter to J.C. Stewart ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Sight Of Helpless, Wounded Comrades Stabbed To Death By Germans Change Canadians To Wild, Uncaring Savages 
Newspapers  "Sight Of Helpless, Wounded Comrades Stabbed To Death By Germans Change Canadians To Wild, Uncaring Savages," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Machine Gunner Named Powell Enlisted Here 
Newspapers  "Machine Gunner Named Powell Enlisted Here," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 28 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; C.H. Powell ; First Field Artillery Brigade ; Enlisted in Fort William Full text available on microfilm
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