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Waterloo County Soldier Portraits


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Posted by Sue (Voelker) Mansell, 24 November 2014 at 15:48

trees.ancestry.com/tree/7451805/person/6540070645 I have photos, documents, and records for Private Harold Voelker posted on my Ancestry.com page. I would be happy to send these if requested. Jeff Outhit at The Record has a large file about Harold and has written an article as part of his Soldiers of WW1 series. Harold died in Dec. 1920 of a gunshot wound to the spine in 1916 at Passchendaele, France, and finally kidney infection. He died at Euclid Hall, 575 Jarvis Street, Toronto. He has been recognized as an official War Casualty having suffered from paralysis for 3 years and 16 days. He is buried in St. Jacobs Calvary United Cemetery, Waterloo County, Ontario.

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Waterloo County Soldier Portraits


An online collection of photographs of Waterloo County men and women, who proudly served our region and country during the First World War of 1914-1918 and the Second World War of 1939-1945.