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  • Muir, B.
        A Post representative met Bill Muir of 18 Cambridge St. S. who is home on a 30 days' leave. He looks well and is enjoying himself meeting old acquaintances. His mother, Mrs. Robt. Muir, resides at Lorneville and his mother-in-law at 10 Cambridge St. North. He is attached to ...
      A Post representative met Bill Muir of 18 Cambridge St. S. who ...
  • Steen, J.D.
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  • Steen, J.D.
        Capt. Steen of Lindsay, Presented with German flag
      Capt. Steen of Lindsay, Presented with German flag
  • Ivison, G.
        Pte. Geo. John Ivison, Eastern Ontario Regiment, has been reported wounded...
      Pte. Geo. John Ivison, Eastern Ontario Regiment, has been reported wounded...
  • Page 235: Barkwell, Orval
        This card is part of a larger collection of World War II personnel clippings. The project began in 1944 at the Lindsay Library. The intent was to gather together as much information as possible on the military record and the service of people from the Town of Lindsay and the ...
      This card is part of a larger collection of World War II ...
  • Moir, D.
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  • Stickle, A.
        Sergt. C. Stickle is wounded overseas
      Sergt. C. Stickle is wounded overseas
  • Higgins, H.
        A cablegram has recently been received by Mrs. H. Higgins, Fenelon Falls, informing her that her husband, Pte. Harry Higgins, having been wounded in Sicilian campaign, was flown to a hospital in North Africa. Pte. Higgins of the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, enlisted at ...
      A cablegram has recently been received by Mrs. H. Higgins, Fenelon Falls, ...
  • Higgins, H.
        In casualty list-406 appears the names of two soldiers from villages of this district. Both were wounded. They are Pte. Frank Baldwin, son of W.B. Baldwin of Victoria Rd. and Pte. H.J. Higgins, husband of Mrs. Edith Higgins of Fenelon Falls...
      In casualty list-406 appears the names of two soldiers from villages of ...
  • Black, J.
        Home from OverseasLance Corp. John Black, son of Mrs. Black, 49 Albert St. South, arrived home from overseas last Thursday. He signed up in 1940 with the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, went overseas the same year. He took part in the invasion of Sicily and was in ...
      Home from OverseasLance Corp. John Black, son of Mrs. Black, 49 Albert ...
  • McBain, G.M.
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  • Thorn, N.N.
        Pte. Norman Thorn Prisoner of War in Germany
      Pte. Norman Thorn Prisoner of War in Germany
  • Pages 229-230: Curry, G. V.
        Pte. G. V. Curry, C-65060 enlisted in Lindsay with the Midland Regiment in August, 1940. He went overseas in September 1942. There he was transferred to the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment. He was with the first Canadians to land in Sicily for the invasion and from there he went ...
      Pte. G. V. Curry, C-65060 enlisted in Lindsay with the Midland Regiment ...
  • Page 61: Dean, Russell
        Pte. R. W. Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dean, Haliburton, enlisted in August 1940 and is now stationed in Italy.
      Pte. R. W. Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dean, Haliburton, ...
  • Devitt, A.
        Mrs. Campbell Devitt has received word that her son Alex somewhere in Sicily district had been wounded on Christmas Day...
      Mrs. Campbell Devitt has received word that her son Alex somewhere in ...
  • Gemmill, K.
        Lindsay Soldier WoundedPte. Keith Gemmill was wounded in the right hand when struck by shrapnel. Keith was not seriously wounded and will take his post after his recovery. Mrs. Gemmill on Wellington St. has 4 sons in the uniform of the King at present...
      Lindsay Soldier WoundedPte. Keith Gemmill was wounded in the right hand when ...
  • Gemmill, K.
        Severely WoundedEastern Ontario RegimentGEMMILL, Keith Eldon, Pte. Mrs. Margaret A. Gemmill (mother), Lindsay...
      Severely WoundedEastern Ontario RegimentGEMMILL, Keith Eldon, Pte. Mrs. Margaret A. Gemmill (mother), ...
  • Black, J.
        Word has recently been received at the Daily Post, of the wounding of L-Cpl. Mountney of Bancroft, who has been with an Eastern Ontario Regiment. It is reported also that L. Cpl. William Bernard Arthurs of Regent St. Lindsay is also among the wounded. Another Lindsay boy L-Cpl. ...
      Word has recently been received at the Daily Post, of the wounding ...
  • Moir, D.
        Pte. David Moir back in ActionMeets Bandsman Heffernan in hospitalFriends of Pte. David Moir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis Moir, 79 Melbourne St., who was wounded Jan. 1st, while in action with the Carlton and York Regiment, will be glad ...
      Pte. David Moir back in ActionMeets Bandsman Heffernan in hospitalFriends of Pte. ...
  • Moir, D.
        Lindsay Soldiers are HomeTwo sons home, one in Hong Kong, one in Nova Scotia, another Lindsay boy home from overseasDave and Edrio Moir, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Moir, 79 Melbourne St. W. returned from overseas last week, both having seen ...
      Lindsay Soldiers are HomeTwo sons home, one in Hong Kong, one in ...
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