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  • Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth Hurt
        Newspaper announcement of Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth, son of Dr. and Mrs. Coatsworth, 296 Parliament street, Toronto, being hurt during ther war. Also, information about his brother Pte. Alan Coatsworth being enlisted to with Artillery. With two black and white photographs of Pte. Alan Coatsworth and Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth, ...
      Newspaper announcement of Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth, son of Dr. and Mrs. ...
  • Capt. R. C. Coatsworth Decorated for Bravery
        Newspaper announcement of Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth, son of Dr. and Mrs. Coatsworth, 296 Parliament street, Toronto, being hurt. With two photographs two young men in uniforms: Pte. Alan Coatsworth and probably Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth Newspaper clipping. Unknown publication. Undated. From Armstrong family collection.
      Newspaper announcement of Capt. Richard Collier Coatsworth, son of Dr. and Mrs. ...
  • Masonic identity pass issued to soldier in World War I
        on the identity pass: "Lodge St. John, No. 39, Kilsyth No. 39 on the Roll of the Grand Lodge of Scotland of Free and Accepted Masons hereby certify that Brother Robert Clark who has answered the call of his King and Country in connection with the great European War serving ...
      on the identity pass: "Lodge St. John, No. 39, Kilsyth No. 39 ...
  • Letter of appreciation to Niagara Lodge, No. 2
        Hand-written letter of appreciation to Niagara Lodge, No. 2, for a food parcel sent to an English brother and his family in times of scarcity and the continuation of official food rationing after World War II. Beneath the letter: The Summons of Enfield Lodge, No. 1237, Middlesex, England, the lodge ...
      Hand-written letter of appreciation to Niagara Lodge, No. 2, for a food ...
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