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Harley, B.


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Bdr. Harley is reported as wounded

Mrs. Brock J. Harley, 49 Sussex St. N. has received word from Ottawa headquarters to the effect that her husband, Bombadier B.J. Harley has been reported wounded. No details are to hand.


Bombadier Harley, whose home is in Georgetown, Ont., was employed at the Lindsay Creamery before enlisting with the 56th Battery in Lindsay. He has been overseas a year.


Mrs. Harley was formerly Miss Diane Perrott, daughter of Bandmaster Perrott, not at Kingston and Mrs. Perrott, Sussex St. Lindsay.


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L|Bdr Brock J. Harley, 56th Battery, 6th Canadian Anti-tank Regiment, Canadian Army Overseas


L|Bdr Brock Haley enlisted in the Canadian Army in April 1942. He received his training at Petawawa Military Camp and at Debert, N.S. He went overseas in August 1943. His wife resides at 49 Sussex Street, N. Lindsay.


He saw action in France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany, and was wounded 3 July 1944. From the 56th Battery, he transferred to the 45th Battery, RCA. Arrived home 21 November 1945 and was discharged 8 January 1946.

Date of Publication:
Jul 1944
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Brock Harley
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World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
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Harley, B.


L|Bdr Brock J. Harley, 56th Battery, 6th Canadian Anti-tank Regiment, Canadian Army Overseas


L|Bdr Brock Haley enlisted in the Canadian Army in April 1942. He received his training at Petawawa Military Camp and at Debert, N.S. He went overseas in August 1943. His wife resides at 49 Sussex Street, N. Lindsay.


He saw action in France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany, and was wounded 3 July 1944. From the 56th Battery, he transferred to the 45th Battery, RCA. Arrived home 21 November 1945 and was discharged 8 January 1946.