Kawartha Lakes PL Digital Archive
Pages 209-210: Crossley, Arnold
Description
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Image
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Types
Photographs
Clippings
Description
Arnold Crossley whose home is at 88 Durham Street West, Lindsay, enlisted in the Canadian Army on 08 April 1942. He entered the 6th Anti-Tank Reg. R.C.A. and trained at Petawawa, Ont. and Debert, N.S.
L/Bdr. Crossley was moved in Canada from Lindsay to Petawawa, to Debert (N.S.) and to Halifax (N.S.).
He was sent overseas on 24 August 1943. He saw action with the enemy in France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany.
L/Bdr. Crossley arrived home on November 20, 1943 and received his discharge from the army on January 8, 1946.
Previous to enlistment L/Bdr. Crossley was employed at the Lindsay Arsenal. He is welcomed back to the community.
Date of Publication
Apr 1942
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Arnold Crossley
Collection
World War II Service Files
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.3485242038689 Longitude: -78.7417863916016
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Pages 209-210: Crossley, Arnold


Arnold Crossley whose home is at 88 Durham Street West, Lindsay, enlisted in the Canadian Army on 08 April 1942. He entered the 6th Anti-Tank Reg. R.C.A. and trained at Petawawa, Ont. and Debert, N.S.
L/Bdr. Crossley was moved in Canada from Lindsay to Petawawa, to Debert (N.S.) and to Halifax (N.S.).
He was sent overseas on 24 August 1943. He saw action with the enemy in France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany.
L/Bdr. Crossley arrived home on November 20, 1943 and received his discharge from the army on January 8, 1946.
Previous to enlistment L/Bdr. Crossley was employed at the Lindsay Arsenal. He is welcomed back to the community.