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Ross Endicott arrives home – Father dies
Bandsman Ross Endicott, who has been serving overseas for several years, arrived home yesterday after a crossing of the Atlantic on the Ile de France. Advised of the serious illness of his father, W.H. Endicott, Logie Street, Ross Endicott obtained compassionate return to Canada and travelled by train from his station in Holland to France, thence by air to England where he embarked on the Ile de France. The young man arrived just in time to see his father before he died, Mr. Endicott passing away at noon today.
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- Genealogical Resource
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- C 65608
Bdsm Ross Endicott of Lindsay enlisted at Lindsay in December 1940 and went two days later (5 December) to Cobourg, Ontario. He was moved to Ottawa, Ontario, on 24 January 1941 and to Sussex (N.B.) on 30 April 1941. A few days later (3 May), he went to St. John (N.B.), and in September was moved back to Niagara-on-the-lake arriving 28 September 1941.
He was later posted to Allanburg, Ontario (3 October 1941) and to Chippawa, Ontario (28 November 1941).
On 20 March 1942 he was moved west to Edmonton, Alta and later, 2 June 1942, to Prince Rupert, B.C. On 3 May 1943 he was moved to Kingston, Ontario and left it on 11 May 1943, for overseas.
Since then Bdsm Endicott has been in action in North Africa, Sicily and Italy.
- Date of Publication:
- 24 Oct 1945
- Personal Name(s):
- Clarke Endicott ; Ross Endicott ; W.H. Endicott
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