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Page 41: Aldred, Jack
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Sergt. and Mrs. Jack Aldred of Toronto, both former Lindsay citizens, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Silver, Kent St. w. Jack returned from overseas last Saturday, where he had five years service and his many Lindsay friends are glad to welcome him home.


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Jack Aldred entered from list of Business Girls as a Lindsay boy serving overseas. Photo is from 1944.

Jack Aldred formerly of Lindsay and now employed in Toronto enlisted in the Canadian Army on 16 January 1940. He entered the Royal Canadian Artillery with the rank of Gunner. He received his training in Toronto, Kingston and Halifax. He was promoted in turn to L/Bdr. and L/Sgt. Jack Aldred was sent overseas on 8 June 1940. He served in Italy, Holland and Germany. During his service he trained at L.M.G. as an Artillery Specialist. Sgt Aldred arrived home on 23 May 1945 and received his discharge on 6 July 1945.
Date of Publication
Jun 1945
Personal Name(s)
Jack Aldred
Collection
World War II Service Files
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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Page 41: Aldred, Jack


Jack Aldred entered from list of Business Girls as a Lindsay boy serving overseas. Photo is from 1944.

Jack Aldred formerly of Lindsay and now employed in Toronto enlisted in the Canadian Army on 16 January 1940. He entered the Royal Canadian Artillery with the rank of Gunner. He received his training in Toronto, Kingston and Halifax. He was promoted in turn to L/Bdr. and L/Sgt. Jack Aldred was sent overseas on 8 June 1940. He served in Italy, Holland and Germany. During his service he trained at L.M.G. as an Artillery Specialist. Sgt Aldred arrived home on 23 May 1945 and received his discharge on 6 July 1945.