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  • Nugent, J.A.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       Local Boy, War Prisoner, sends messages home
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     Local Boy, War Prisoner, sends messages home
  • Yarnold, O.P.
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  • Marshall, H.
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  • Bradburn, C.
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    Sit in the Sun Most of the Day, Says War Prisoner

    Janetville, June 22---The following letter from Cecil Bradburn, son of, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bradburn, of Janetville, was written from Germany, Cecil being a prisoner of war.

    May 9 1943. ...
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    Sit in the Sun Most of the Day, Says War Prisoner

    Janetville, June 22---The following letter from Cecil Bradburn, son of, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bradburn, of Janetville, was ...
  • McKay, A.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource  Lindsay Daily Post, 4 Oct 1945     ...
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource  Lindsay Daily Post, 4 Oct 1945   ...
  • Hussey, L.
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource       B 25180 Lloyd Wm. Hussey enlisted in Toronto 22 February 1940 with 2nd Field Co. Royal Can. Engineers. Married in April of 1940 to Olive Gould of Kirkland Lake. He left Toronto for overseas on 10 May 1940 and arrived in England 22 May 1940. He was taken German prisoner ...
    NewspaperImageTextGenealogical Resource     B 25180 Lloyd Wm. Hussey enlisted in Toronto 22 February 1940 with 2nd Field Co. Royal Can. Engineers. Married in April of 1940 to Olive Gould of Kirkland Lake. He ...
  • Crimmons, E.
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    Local Soldier Says Germans Glad to be Prisoners

    French give rousing welcome to invaders with few exceptions

    Some French retain neutral attitude until sure German's gone

    The following excerpts from a letter received by Mr. P.W. Hancock, Elgin Street, Lindsay, ...
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    Local Soldier Says Germans Glad to be Prisoners

    French give rousing welcome to invaders with few exceptions

    Some French retain neutral attitude until sure German's gone

    The following excerpts from a letter ...
  • Bailey, M.
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    Haliburton Airman is War Prisoner

    Haliburton, Sept. 2. -- A letter received from Merrill G. Bailey by his wife, Mrs. Merrill G. Bailey of Haliburton, who was reported missing June 29th and is now a prisoner of war in Germany.
    Receiving his wings at Brantford, ...
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    Haliburton Airman is War Prisoner

    Haliburton, Sept. 2. -- A letter received from Merrill G. Bailey by his wife, Mrs. Merrill G. Bailey of Haliburton, who was reported missing ...
  • Frederick, E.
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource       ***The details described of the conditions might be disturbing to some readers....
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource     ***The details described of the conditions might be disturbing to some readers....
  • Crowe, W.
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    Dr. Crowe, Commando
    When Captured at Crete

    Letter from popular Minden doctor received by L.M. Frost, M.P.P.--Recent letter returned undelivered

    Orangeville, March 28.--Captain Wilfred Crowe, mentioned as a prisoner of war by the Department of National ...
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    Dr. Crowe, Commando
    When Captured at Crete

    Letter from popular Minden doctor received by L.M. Frost, M.P.P.--Recent letter returned undelivered

    Orangeville, March 28.--Captain Wilfred Crowe, mentioned as a prisoner of ...
  • Everson, T.
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    Will be happy to settle down in Canada

    Interesting sidelights on what the boys of the Air Force are doing overseas is contained in a letter from Pilot Officer T.H. (Tommy) Everson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Everson, of Lindsay written May 8th.


    In part, F.O. ...

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    Will be happy to settle down in Canada

    Interesting sidelights on what the boys of the Air Force are doing overseas is contained in a letter from Pilot Officer T.H. (Tommy) ...

  • Barjarow, L.
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    NO NEED TO WORRY SAYS DIEPPE RAID PRISONER IN LETTER TO MOTHER HERE

    The following airmail letter kindly handed to us for publication is from Cpl. L. M. Barjarow of Lindsay and Haliburton, to his mother in Lindsay. Cpl. Barjarow was taken prisoner in the Dieppe ...
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    NO NEED TO WORRY SAYS DIEPPE RAID PRISONER IN LETTER TO MOTHER HERE

    The following airmail letter kindly handed to us for publication is from Cpl. L. M. Barjarow of ...
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