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Quibell, E.J.


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E.J. Quibell whose home is at 13 Albert Street S. in Lindsay enlisted for service with the Canadian Army on 26 March 1941. He joined the Royal Canadian Artillery and had the rank of Gunner.


Gnr. Quibell trained at Peterborough (Ont) and in New Brunswick. Gnr. Quibell went overseas on 11 November 1941. After further training in England, Gnr. Quibell was in the active forces against the enemy, serving from D-Day, 6 June 1944, until 8 May 1945, in the European theatre of war.


Gnr. Quibell arrived home from overseas duty on 24 October 1945. He was given his discharge from the active army on 27 November 1945.


Gnr. Quibell whose parents live in Haliburton is welcomed back to that centre and to his home in Lindsay.

Date of Publication:
26 Mar 1941
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
E.J. Quibell
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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Quibell, E.J.


E.J. Quibell whose home is at 13 Albert Street S. in Lindsay enlisted for service with the Canadian Army on 26 March 1941. He joined the Royal Canadian Artillery and had the rank of Gunner.


Gnr. Quibell trained at Peterborough (Ont) and in New Brunswick. Gnr. Quibell went overseas on 11 November 1941. After further training in England, Gnr. Quibell was in the active forces against the enemy, serving from D-Day, 6 June 1944, until 8 May 1945, in the European theatre of war.


Gnr. Quibell arrived home from overseas duty on 24 October 1945. He was given his discharge from the active army on 27 November 1945.


Gnr. Quibell whose parents live in Haliburton is welcomed back to that centre and to his home in Lindsay.