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Gunner J.J. Chalmers Pays Supreme Sacrifice
Mrs. J.J. Chalmers has just received word of the death of her husband, Gnr. J.J. Chalmers.
Gunner Chalmers was wounded and died in France, August 8th, is the official word Mrs. Chalmers received.
He was born at Burnt River, where he received his education.
Gunner Chalmers enlisted in Lindsay four days after the war was declared, training in Lindsay and Petawawa, until three years ago when he went overseas.
Rev. C.D. Cross received word from the Padre who officiated at his funeral in France.
A Memorial Service will be held in Lindsay at the Apostolic Church Sunday afternoon at 3 PM., September 3rd. Mrs. Chalmers is the daughter of Rev. R.A. Dawson, pastor of the Apostolic Church, Lindsay.
- Media Type:
- Genealogical Resource
- Item Types:
- Lindsay Post
- Date of Publication:
- 24 Aug 1944
- Date Of Event:
- 8 Aug 1944
- Personal Name(s):
- J. Chalmers ; J.J. Chalmers ; Isabel Dawson ; R.A. Dawson ; C.D. Cross ; Lloyd Chalmers
- World War II Service Files
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