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Lamb, J.


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Lindsay Soldier is married in Winnipeg

Cpl. Jack Lamb and bride will reside in Montreal

Winnipeg, July 14, -- Sweetpeas, snapdragons and delphiniums in tones of pink and blue decorated the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.H.B. White for the marriage Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clock of their eldest daughter, Kathleen Louise, to Cpl. John Russell Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Lamb, Lindsay Ont., Dr. R.G. Pritchard officiated.


Mrs. Will Rook played the wedding music. Miss Ruth Bowman, of Dauphin, sang Because. The bride-groom was attended by Mr. Frank Gandy.


Given in marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in white crepe the full fathered skirt falling from a long bodice. The sleeves were three-quarter length. She wore a headdress of white flowers. Her corsage was of deep pink roses with white sweet peas.


Miss Ruth White was her sister’s bridesmaid. Her dress of delphinium blue crepe had a shirred bodice with V-neckline and bracelet sleeves. Draped pockets gave the skirt front fullness. She wore a headdress of white flowers. Her corsage was of pink roses and blue cornflowers.


A reception followed. Mr. and Mrs. Lamb left for Montreal where they will reside. For travelling the bride wore a two-piece navy and white printed dress. The brim of her navy straw hat was edged with white ruching. Her corsage was roses and sweetpeas.


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Jack Lamb of Lindsay Ontario enlisted in the RCAF on 1 March 1941. From that date until 14 July 1941 he trained as an aero-engine mechanic at the Galt Aircraft School.


On 14 Junly 1941 he was transferred to the Repair Depot, Winnipeg, Man. where he remained in service until 15 April 1943.


On 15 April 1943, he was posted to the AID School in Toronto where he remained until 27 June 1943.


On 27 June he was posted to #11 A1 District, Montreal, Quebec and he is still with the Aircraft Inspector Directorate (AID) there – June 1945.


On 15 May 1945 Jack Lamb was promoted to Flt. Sergeant.

Date of Publication:
24 Jul 1943
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Personal Name(s):
Jack Lamb
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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Lamb, J.


Jack Lamb of Lindsay Ontario enlisted in the RCAF on 1 March 1941. From that date until 14 July 1941 he trained as an aero-engine mechanic at the Galt Aircraft School.


On 14 Junly 1941 he was transferred to the Repair Depot, Winnipeg, Man. where he remained in service until 15 April 1943.


On 15 April 1943, he was posted to the AID School in Toronto where he remained until 27 June 1943.


On 27 June he was posted to #11 A1 District, Montreal, Quebec and he is still with the Aircraft Inspector Directorate (AID) there – June 1945.


On 15 May 1945 Jack Lamb was promoted to Flt. Sergeant.