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  • Subject: Soldiers
  • Subject: World War II
  • Subject: Soldiers
  • Decade: 1940-1949
  • Decade: 1940-1949
  • Decade: 1940-1949
  • Tate, L.A.
        Canadian Virtual War Memorial - Lloyd Atchinson
      Canadian Virtual War Memorial - Lloyd Atchinson
  • Spenceley, E.
        Elliot Spenceley whose home is 40 James St. Lindsay, enlisted in the RCA, 45th Battery on 22 September 1939 with the rank of Gunner. He trained at Petawawa Ontario and Sussex (NB), and was for a period at Tracade (NB). Having the trade of butcher in pre-war occupation he was ...
      Elliot Spenceley whose home is 40 James St. Lindsay, enlisted in the ...
  • Heffernan, A.
        Bandsman A.C. Heffernan has returned from overseas and is visiting with his parents, Bandmaster and Mrs. Heffernan, William St. N...
      Bandsman A.C. Heffernan has returned from overseas and is visiting with his ...
  • Nesbitt, D.
        Douglas Nesbitt, RCAF, returned from overseas 23 June 1945.
      Douglas Nesbitt, RCAF, returned from overseas 23 June 1945.
  • Crarey, W.
        Pte. W.C. Crarey C-115525 Serving overseas with the Winnipeg Grenadiers, C Company. He enlisted at Kingston on 16 November 1942.
      Pte. W.C. Crarey C-115525 Serving overseas with the Winnipeg Grenadiers, C Company. ...
  • Murray, J.
        John R. Murray of Lindsay was Branch Manager of the Dominion Store at Whitby, Ont. when he signed up in Toronto for army service in April 1942. He was sent to No. 10 Training Centre at Kitchener where he received his Basic Training. Following this he was assigned to the ...
      John R. Murray of Lindsay was Branch Manager of the Dominion Store ...
  • Brown, W.
        Walter W. Brown whose home is on Lindsay Street, Fenelon Falls, Ontario, enlisted in the Canadian Army on 17 November 1942. He entered the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps with the rank of Private. Pte Brown trained at Brampton (Ontario), Valcartier (Quebec), Hamilton (Ontario), and Kingston (Ontario). He was sent overseas ...
      Walter W. Brown whose home is on Lindsay Street, Fenelon Falls, Ontario, ...
  • Geach, V.
        Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Geach, 61 Durham St. have received a telegram from their daughter, L.Cpl. V. Geach, C.W.A.C., who has landed at Halifax on the Isle de France and expect her home tonight or early tomorrow...
      Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Geach, 61 Durham St. have received a telegram ...
  • Brown, W.
        Walter W. Brown whose home is on Lindsay Street, Fenelon Falls, Ontario, enlisted in the Canadian Army on 17 November 1942. He entered the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps with the rank of Private. Pte Brown trained at Brampton (Ontario), Valcartier (Quebec), Hamilton (Ontario), and Kingston (Ontario). He was sent overseas ...
      Walter W. Brown whose home is on Lindsay Street, Fenelon Falls, Ontario, ...
  • Harding, G.
        Rfm. Garth Douglas Harding enlisted with the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, 11 June 1940. After training at Camp Borden and Sussex (NB), he was sent to Newfoundland in August 1940, and to England in August 1941. He transferred to R.C.C.S. August 1941, and trained in the Signal Corps and ...
      Rfm. Garth Douglas Harding enlisted with the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, ...
  • Gregory, R.
        Robt. Gregory Establishes Radio ServiceAnnouncement was made a few days ago to the effect that Robert Gregory, who held the rank of Armt. Q.M.S. during the war years, has entered into business for himself and has set up in the Lindsay Hardware store, 7 William St. N., ...
      Robt. Gregory Establishes Radio ServiceAnnouncement was made a few days ago to ...
  • Holmes, C.
        B-131306 Gnr. Chas. G. Holmes 2nd Canadian Survey Regt. P Battery, R.C.A. Canadian Army Overseas Lance bombardier Holmes enlisted in August 1942. He trained at Brampton and Petawawa, and went overseas in July 1943. He was promoted to Lance bombardier in June 1944.
      B-131306 Gnr. Chas. G. Holmes 2nd Canadian Survey Regt. P Battery, R.C.A. ...
  • Page 54: Bouch, Robert Leonard
        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 ...
  • Hepburn, R.
        Mr. and Mrs. L. Hepburn had a farewell celebration for their son, Pte. Ronald Hepburn, who just returned to Kingston Military Hospital to have a piece of shrapnel removed from his lung...
      Mr. and Mrs. L. Hepburn had a farewell celebration for their son, ...
  • Wainman, H.
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  • Page 100: Broadfoot, T. W. L.
        DR. T.W.L. BROADFOOT &nbsp Who spent four years as a Medical Officer in the Canadian Army, and is now practicing in Lindsay.
      DR. T.W.L. BROADFOOT &nbsp Who spent four years as a Medical Officer ...
  • Sutcliffe, F.M.
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  • Page 51: Daynes, William G.
        WILLIAM DAYNES—from group photo Members of the original 45th Warder, November 21, 1945.
      WILLIAM DAYNES—from group photo Members of the original 45th Warder, November 21, ...
  • Pages 69-70: Chalmers, J. J. (Jim)
        J. J. Chalmers from a group photo - members of the Original 45th Battery, Lindsay – November 21, 1945. James John Chalmers was killed in action on August 8, 1944.
      J. J. Chalmers from a group photo - members of the Original ...
  • Gemmill, R.
        Died on November 15, 1945...
      Died on November 15, 1945...
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