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Over 50 Haliburton Boys Overseas

Haliburton, July 3 (P.N.S.) More than 50 Haliburton boys are overseas and the number is incomplete.


Out of some families there is one; others two and a number show there are three gone and it is remarkable with what courage and how proud their parents and members of the families left at home carry on the work.


The list over-seas is as follows— John G. Ure, Lloyd Coneybeare, Chas. Keefer, Roy E. Howe, Russel Neville, L. M. Barjarow, C.H. Feir, E.G. Quibell, L.P. Pearsell, Chas. Wise, H.M. Kirpatrik, Jos. Madill, Geo. Curry, R.W. Dean, Thos. Ventress, Ted Carducci, Wallace Cowan, Boss Davidson; Everett Payne, Lorne Morrison, R.H. Barkwell, M.A. Smith W.A. Winn, Harvie Isles, W.G, Anderson, John Macquire, Jack R. Dart, Royal Harvey, Barn Sanderson, Lloyd Whitaker, Murray Kellett, Oscar P. Yarnold, Harold Brodhagen, Clare Roberts, Russel Woodcock, Floyd Watt, James Inglis, Murray Speir, Vernon Parish. Harold Douglas, A. Perrin, James K. Winn, Frank Winn, Vernon Kellett, Pete Dolls, C.E. Maunder, G. Bailey and Al Wilson.


Media Type:
Newspaper
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Genealogical Resource
Item Types:
Clippings
Articles
Date of Publication:
3 Jul 1943
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Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.16682 Longitude: -78.49955
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