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Guest, G.


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Sgt. Guest has returned to Sherbrooke Que., after spending the weekend here.


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Sergeant George W. Guest enlisted with the 1st Midland Rgt. On 6 August 1940. He was promoted to Corporal in six days. He served with the Midlands in Ottawa, Sussex (NB), Edmonton (Alta), and Prince Rupert (B.C.). He transferred to the Princess of Wales Own Regiment stationed at Ottawa, July 1942. He was moved to Sherbrooke, Que., Debert (N.S.) and Aldershot (N.S.).


While stationed at Derbert, Sgt. Guest was awarded the Canadian Efficiency Medal which is the reward of 12 years consecutive service.


Sergeant Guest was discharged in Ottawa, 25 February 1944 with the rank of confirmed sergeant.

Date of Publication:
8 Jul 1943
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
George Guest ; Bill Guest
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.3647333231854 Longitude: -78.7358855317688
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Guest, G.


Sergeant George W. Guest enlisted with the 1st Midland Rgt. On 6 August 1940. He was promoted to Corporal in six days. He served with the Midlands in Ottawa, Sussex (NB), Edmonton (Alta), and Prince Rupert (B.C.). He transferred to the Princess of Wales Own Regiment stationed at Ottawa, July 1942. He was moved to Sherbrooke, Que., Debert (N.S.) and Aldershot (N.S.).


While stationed at Derbert, Sgt. Guest was awarded the Canadian Efficiency Medal which is the reward of 12 years consecutive service.


Sergeant Guest was discharged in Ottawa, 25 February 1944 with the rank of confirmed sergeant.