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Grieves, R.

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Kingston, Oct. 10—Three more Victoria and Haliburton County soldiers have arrived in San Francisco from prisoner-of-war camps in the Far East. They are: C-65864 Pte. Richard N. Grieves, William H. Grieves (father), Haliburton; C-65118 Rfn William G. Tanish, Mrs. Mary C. Tainish (wife) 143 Kent St. W. Lindsay; R-33362 Rfn. Percy T. Weaver, Mrs. Eliza Weaver (mother), Fenelon Falls.

Pte. G. Braithwaite of the Royal Canadian Regiment, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Braithwrite, Cavan, arrived home on the midnight train Monday. He has been four and a half years overseas and served in France, Holland, and Germany with the South Saskatchewan Regiment. While serving in Holland he was severely wounded in the leg in October 1944. He spend several months in a hospital in England and when able to go on light duty was transferred to the Royal Canadian Regiment. He came home on the New Amsterdam, which arrived in Halifax on Saturday and went through to London, where a royal welcome was given them Monday.

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Genealogical Resource
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Date of Publication:
10 Oct 1945
Personal Name(s):
Richard Grieves ; William Grieves ; William Tanish ; Mary Tainish ; Percy Weaver ; Eliza Weaver
World War II Service Files
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.16682 Longitude: -78.49955
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Grieves, R.