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Barnsley, L. 
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Burley, H. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Warrant Officer G. Herbert Burley of Fenelon Falls, Ont. paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. From the Honour Roll for Victoria and Haliburton Counties of those who have given their lives in the cause of freedom.
Cook, L. 
TextGenealogical Resources    Leo Frederick Cook ("Missing in Action") by V.C.G.G. Member Phyllis Cook With the approach of Armistice Day, I have been asked to provide this rather unusual and somewhat unbelievable account of one of Lindsay's fatalities of World War II, namely Leo Frederick Cook. Leo Cook, was a native of...
Copeland, R. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Pte. Ross Copeland enlisted 12 January 1943 and trained at British Columbia and Kingston. Posted Overseas 29 June 1944. Killed 13 October 1944.
Hill, E.I. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageText  "Hill, E.I.," Macleans, 15 Nov 1944  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...
Hore, R. 
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Hore, R. 
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Murtha, J. 
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McGrath, J. 
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Nicholls, J.S. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Pte. J.S. Nicholls, Eagle Lake, killed in Italy - letter received from his superior
Frederick, E. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    ***The details described of the conditions might be disturbing to some readers.
McEvoy, D. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    Flt. Sgt. Don McEvoy enlisted 29 December 1941. After training at Trenton and MacDonald (Man) he went overseas arriving in England on 3 September 1943. He was killed in action on 15 June 1944.
Moir, A. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesText    C 65625 Pte. Andrew Moir enlisted with the Canadian Army on 6 March 1941. He trained at Ottawa and St. John N.B. He was one of 50 who were chosen at Niagara Falls to go overseas and saw action at Hong Kong. He was killed on 25 December 1941.
Nicholls, J.S. 
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Sheehey, G. 
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