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  • Endicott, R.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       C 65608 Bdsm Ross Endicott of Lindsay enlisted at Lindsay in December 1940 and went two days later (5 December) to Cobourg, Ontario. He was moved to Ottawa, Ontario, on 24 January 1941 and to Sussex (N.B.) on 30 April 1941. A few days later (3 May), he went to ...
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     C 65608 Bdsm Ross Endicott of Lindsay enlisted at Lindsay in December 1940 and went two days later (5 December) to Cobourg, Ontario. He was moved to Ottawa, Ontario, on ...
  • Couple met after separate struggles in wartime Poland
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 11 Nov 2011, A8     Walter Kwasniewski ; survival ; concentration camps ; execution ; name ; seventeenth ; list ; death poster ; wife's survival ; Siberia ; slave work camps ; photo
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 11 Nov 2011, A8   Walter Kwasniewski ; survival ; concentration camps ; execution ; name ; seventeenth ; list ; death poster ; wife's survival ; Siberia ; slave work camps ; photo
  • Beatty, L.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 4
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 4
  • Ranson, N.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       Sgt. Ranson is Awarded the D.F.M.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     Sgt. Ranson is Awarded the D.F.M.
  • Philp, H.G.
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  • Morrow, J.R.
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  • Harrow, H.F.
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    Gnr. H. Harrow
    Reported Dead
    Mr. and Mrs. Harrow, 17 St. Paul St., received word to-day that their son Gnr. H. Foster Harrow died from wounds on Aug. 8th. No details to hand....
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    Gnr. H. Harrow
    Reported Dead
    Mr. and Mrs. Harrow, 17 St. Paul St., received word to-day that their son Gnr. H. Foster Harrow died from wounds on Aug. 8th. No details ...
  • Brenton, K.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       F.O. Kenneth Stickney Brenton of Omemee, Ontario, paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. Listed on the Honour Roll of Victoria and Haliburton Counties.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     F.O. Kenneth Stickney Brenton of Omemee, Ontario, paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. Listed on the Honour Roll of Victoria and Haliburton Counties.
  • Ranson, N.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       Norman Ranson decorated with DFM
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     Norman Ranson decorated with DFM
  • 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 ...

  • Newspaper clipping of a letter from Georgina Ball to Eliza J. Padginton
    TextNewspaper       Eliza J. Padginton Collection, World War II Letters Colborne, Ontario
    TextNewspaper     Eliza J. Padginton Collection, World War II Letters Colborne, Ontario
  • Newspaper clipping of a letter from Nelson Cuthbert to Eliza J. Padginton
    TextNewspaper       Eliza J. Padginton Collection, World War II Letters Colborne, Ontario
    TextNewspaper     Eliza J. Padginton Collection, World War II Letters Colborne, Ontario
  • Devitt, J.
    NewspaperGenealogical Resource       Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 110
    NewspaperGenealogical Resource     Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 110
  • Murdoch, G.
    NewspaperText       Flight Sergeant Graham Murdock (Thomas Graham Murdoch) enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in April 1942. He trained at Toronto, Pendleton, Belleville, and Winnipeg, and went to England in June 1943. PO Graham Murdock was reported missing in August 1944. He was presumed dead in the list published 13 ...
    NewspaperText     Flight Sergeant Graham Murdock (Thomas Graham Murdoch) enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in April 1942. He trained at Toronto, Pendleton, Belleville, and Winnipeg, and went to England in ...
  • Cambridge St. United Church Honour Roll
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  • Wright, J.S.
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  • Wilson, J.
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  • Williams, L.L.
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