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Green, H.


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Mrs. Green has received word that her son, Sgt. Henry Green has arrived in Canada on the Ile de France and will be home tonight. He will arrive here on the east-bound Toronto train at 8 p.m.


Media Type:
Newspaper
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Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Clippings
Description:

Henry George Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green, 14 Division St., Lindsay, enlisted for service with the Canadian Army in February 1943. He joined the Canadian Armoured Corps and held the rank of Sergeant.


He received his training at Kingston (Ont), and Peterborough (Ont.).


Sgt. Green was sent overseas in July 1943. He saw action with the army against the enemy in England, France, Belgium and Holland.


Sgt. H.G. Green won the Commander-in-Chief’s Honour certificate that was awarded in 1945 by Field-Marshal Montgomery. Sgt. H.G. Green returned home from overseas duty on 8 January 1946.


A Checker with the Canadian National Railways prior to enlistment, H.G. Green is welcomed back to Lindsay.

Date of Publication:
28 Jan 1946
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Joseph Green ; Henry Green
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.3482786929155 Longitude: -78.7293784926987
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Green, H.


Henry George Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green, 14 Division St., Lindsay, enlisted for service with the Canadian Army in February 1943. He joined the Canadian Armoured Corps and held the rank of Sergeant.


He received his training at Kingston (Ont), and Peterborough (Ont.).


Sgt. Green was sent overseas in July 1943. He saw action with the army against the enemy in England, France, Belgium and Holland.


Sgt. H.G. Green won the Commander-in-Chief’s Honour certificate that was awarded in 1945 by Field-Marshal Montgomery. Sgt. H.G. Green returned home from overseas duty on 8 January 1946.


A Checker with the Canadian National Railways prior to enlistment, H.G. Green is welcomed back to Lindsay.