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Calhoun, J.

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Major Calhoun Dies Suddenly. Was Haliburton Born

Toronto, Sept. 13—Well known in military circles and for many years [as] an ear nose and throat specialist in Toronto, Major John Calhoun, MD., FRCS., died suddenly Saturday in Montreal, where he was on active service as Deputy MOH. for MD. No. 4, He was 57 years of age.

Major Calhoun was a veteran of the First Great War, joining the Royal Canadian Medical Corps in 1914 with the rank of Captain. He served overseas for the duration with distinction, and was awarded the Mons Star. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.

Born in Haliburton county, Major Calhoun received his early education in Toronto schools and graduated in medicine form the University of Toronto in 1907. He took postgraduate study in New York. In 1913 he established a practice as ear, nose and throat specialist, which he resumed after the First Great War.

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13 Sep 1943
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John Calhoun ; John Campbell Calhoun
World War II Service Files
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.16682 Longitude: -78.49955
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Calhoun, J.