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  • Grant Family
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    Lindsay Family, formerly of Cannington, represented by five sons in Armed Forces

    Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grant proud of record - one son wounded - took part in D-Day Invasion - One son in Russian and other ports.

    When one son enlisted in the service, ...

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    Lindsay Family, formerly of Cannington, represented by five sons in Armed Forces

    Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grant proud of record - one son wounded - took part in D-Day Invasion - ...

    Kawartha Lakes Public Library
  • Grant Family
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    Mrs. Wm. Grant's five sons serving in the Forces

    Five sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Grant, formerly of Cannington and Bracebridge, now of Lindsay, are serving in the armed forces. A.B. Francis Grant is in the navy and took part in invasion operations. Another brother, ...

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    Mrs. Wm. Grant's five sons serving in the Forces

    Five sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Grant, formerly of Cannington and Bracebridge, now of Lindsay, are serving in the armed forces. ...

    Kawartha Lakes Public Library
  • Grant Family
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    Five sons of Lindsay parents in the service
    One son wounded

    Mr. and Mrs. William Grant, 10 Colborne St. W., have five sons in the service and are naturally proud of the record. Mr. and Mrs. Grant, who have been residents of Lindsay a comparatively short time, formerly ...

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    Five sons of Lindsay parents in the service
    One son wounded

    Mr. and Mrs. William Grant, 10 Colborne St. W., have five sons in the service and are naturally proud of the ...

    Kawartha Lakes Public Library
  • Hill, E.I.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       Gunner Everitt Ivan Hill enlisted with the Royal Canadian Artillery on 24 March 1941, training at Brantford, Petawawa, and Debert (N.S.). He proceeded overseas on 21 October 1941 and on D-Day went to France and through to Caen, Normandy where he paid the supreme sacrifice at Caen. He was buried ...
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     Gunner Everitt Ivan Hill enlisted with the Royal Canadian Artillery on 24 March 1941, training at Brantford, Petawawa, and Debert (N.S.). He proceeded overseas on 21 October 1941 and on ...
    Kawartha Lakes Public Library
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