Lindsay, Sept. 15 (Special)—Three men well known in Lindsay district have been reported killed in action while serving with the Canadian forces in France.
Mrs. Livinia Barnsley, of Cambridge St. South, received word that her son, Leonard Barnsley, was killed in France. Pte. Barnsley enlisted with the Dufferin and Haldimand Regiment and received his training at Camp Borden, Stratford and Niagara-on-the-Lake. He went overseas in September, 1941.
Relatives in Lindsay were informed that Sgt. Foster Farrow was killed in France. Sgt. Farrow came to Canada from England several years ago and was employed on a farm prior to his enlistment with the 45th Field Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery, in 1939.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kelso, of Bobcaygeon, received word that their son, Pte. John G. Kelso, aged 27, was killed in action. Pte. Kelso was employed by the Bankfield Gold Mines in Kirkland Lake before enlisting with Algonquin Regiment of Canada. He went overseas in 1942 and was transferred to the Royal Regiment of Canada. He was a member of the Bobcaygeon Junior Hockey team and is survived by his parents and five brothers.