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  • Owens, J.
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  • Mark, C.
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  • Wright, J.T.
    ImageGenealogical Resource       On back of photograph: "This is a temporary wooden Cross, which the Imperial War Graves Commission will replace with a permanent Headstone" Beny-sur-mer Canadian War Cemetery, Plot XII, Row E, Grave 4
    ImageGenealogical Resource     On back of photograph: "This is a temporary wooden Cross, which the Imperial War Graves Commission will replace with a permanent Headstone" Beny-sur-mer Canadian War Cemetery, Plot XII, Row E, ...
  • Page 203: Balfour, Alexander James
    ImageText       Sergeant Alex Balfour enlisted in the Royal Canadian Dragoons in 1940. He trained at St. John’s, Que., Camp Borden and then was posted overseas. He was sent from England to Italy and returned to England for advanced training.
    ImageText     Sergeant Alex Balfour enlisted in the Royal Canadian Dragoons in 1940. He trained at St. John’s, Que., Camp Borden and then was posted overseas. He was sent from England to ...
  • Wright, J.T.
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  • Sergeant, M.
    ImageGenealogical Resource       Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 27
    ImageGenealogical Resource     Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 27
  • Wright, J.T.
    ImageGenealogical Resource       Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 98
    ImageGenealogical Resource     Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 98
  • Sleep, H.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       Sergeant Observer Howard Sleep enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in September 1941. He received his training at Portage La Prairie, Macdonal, and graduated from Rivers (Man) in August 1942. He was posted overseas in October 1942. On 29 March 1943, he was killed while on operations over Germany ...
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     Sergeant Observer Howard Sleep enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in September 1941. He received his training at Portage La Prairie, Macdonal, and graduated from Rivers (Man) in August ...
  • Haight, C.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       Date of death recorded as May 23, 1944...
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     Date of death recorded as May 23, 1944...
  • Page 253: Barton, Russell
    ImageTextGenealogical ResourceNewspaper       Flying Officer Russell Barton, R.C.A.F. of Lindsay paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. (From the list of the Honour Roll for Victoria and Haliburton Counties of those who have given their lives in the cause of freedom in the Great War.) Russell Barton's brother, Wallace Barton, was also ...
    ImageTextGenealogical ResourceNewspaper     Flying Officer Russell Barton, R.C.A.F. of Lindsay paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II. (From the list of the Honour Roll for Victoria and Haliburton Counties of those who ...
  • Stoate, T.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       Sergeant Thomas Stoate of Lindsay, Ontario, served in the Veteran’s Guard in World War II. His death occurred in Kingston Military Hospital.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     Sergeant Thomas Stoate of Lindsay, Ontario, served in the Veteran’s Guard in World War II. His death occurred in Kingston Military Hospital.
  • Shea, W.
    ImageGenealogical Resource       Flying Officer Wayne Shea flew with the RAF Squadron. He served in Africa, Italy, and England. He lost his life on 01 April 1944 over the Mediterranean. All three Shea boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Shea (Wilson, Wayne, and Ted) Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 72
    ImageGenealogical Resource     Flying Officer Wayne Shea flew with the RAF Squadron. He served in Africa, Italy, and England. He lost his life on 01 April 1944 over the Mediterranean. All three Shea ...
  • Gendron, M.
    ImageGenealogical Resource       Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 1
    ImageGenealogical Resource     Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 1
  • Moir, A.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       C 65625 Pte. Andrew Moir enlisted with the Canadian Army on 6 March 1941. He trained at Ottawa and St. John N.B. He was one of 50 who were chosen at Niagara Falls to go overseas and saw action at Hong Kong. He was killed on 25 December 1941.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     C 65625 Pte. Andrew Moir enlisted with the Canadian Army on 6 March 1941. He trained at Ottawa and St. John N.B. He was one of 50 who were chosen ...
  • Murtha, J.
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  • White, W.W.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       Lieut. White was killed on 04 September 1944...
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     Lieut. White was killed on 04 September 1944...
  • Winn, W.A.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       C 53082 Pte. Albert Winn S.D. & G. Highlanders Winn’s home is at Haliburton, and he joined the army on 23 June 1940. He received his training at Kingston (ON) and Debert (NS) following preliminary at Peterborough (ON). He was sent overseas on 19 July 1941 and went to France ...
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     C 53082 Pte. Albert Winn S.D. & G. Highlanders Winn’s home is at Haliburton, and he joined the army on 23 June 1940. He received his training at Kingston (ON) ...
  • Brooks, F.
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource       S.S. Point Clear Lost by enemy action in the Bay of Bengal April 1942 Frank Brooks Radio Operator of S.S. Point Clear Killed Easter Sunday April 5th, 1942. Buried at Vizagapatam, India Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 6
    ImageTextGenealogical Resource     S.S. Point Clear Lost by enemy action in the Bay of Bengal April 1942 Frank Brooks Radio Operator of S.S. Point Clear Killed Easter Sunday April 5th, 1942. Buried at ...
  • Hardy, J.
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  • Shea, W.
    ImageGenealogical Resource       Flying Officer Wayne Shea flew with the RAF Squadron. He served in Africa, Italy, and England. He lost his life on 01 April 1944 over the Mediterranean. All three Shea boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Shea (Wilson, Wayne, and Ted) Amy Cosh scrapbook - page 72
    ImageGenealogical Resource     Flying Officer Wayne Shea flew with the RAF Squadron. He served in Africa, Italy, and England. He lost his life on 01 April 1944 over the Mediterranean. All three Shea ...
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