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Norland Veteran Welcomes his Bride and Children
Cpl. Chynoweth lost an arm in Battle of Normandy—Bride Hails from London, England—Likes Canadian Hospitality.
As the evening train came to a standstill on Monday, there stepped on to the platform the wife and two children of Cpl. Earl Chynoweth, of Norland. The mother and children recently docked at Halifax and were met on arrival at Toronto by her husband, a veteran of the Normandy campaign, who returned to Canada about six months ago.
Cpl. Chynoweth lost his right arm when hit by a mortar shell shortly after D-Day, in the Battle of Normandy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Chynoweth of Norland.
Enlisting in Toronto during the early part of the war, in the Royal Canadian Regiment, Cpl. Chynoweth went overseas and served in the theatre of war with that unit until being wounded, amounting to approximately two and a half years overseas service. His wife comes from Tottenham, London, England and when interviewed by a Warder representative stated that she was very much impressed by Canada, and when asked what she thought of Canadian people, said:
I am overwhelmed by the kindness and hospitality I have received on every hand.
When questioned about bombing she stated that her mother had been bombed out twice. Cpl. Chynoweth is at present under hospital care and when asked as to his future plans, said he was undecided, but for the present he would make his home in Norland.
- Media Type:
- Genealogical Resource
- Item Types:
- Watchful Warder
- Date of Publication:
- 21 Feb 1945
- Date Of Event:
- 18 Jul 1944
- Personal Name(s):
- Earl Chynoweth ; Mary Chynoweth ; Jospeh Chynoweth
- World War II Service Files
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