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  • Charles John Nairne Lee, 1916, before going overseas.
        Charles John Nairne Lee died in France 27 Sept 1918...
      Charles John Nairne Lee died in France 27 Sept 1918...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • In the Trenches
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  • Stanley S. Lee, c.1916
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  • Harmon Briggs 1915
        Harmon was born 9 October 1887 in Flos Twp, Simcoe County. He was killed in action 7 October 1918 in France...
      Harmon was born 9 October 1887 in Flos Twp, Simcoe County. He ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Kenneth Ferguson
        Kenneth Ferguson was born February 10, 1889, in Killarney, Manitoba, the fourth child of George & Elizabeth (Keyes) Ferguson. He enlisted in 1916 with the 194th Battalion and went to England that fall. In 1917, he joined a battalion tasked with building a railway near the front. He was discharged ...
      Kenneth Ferguson was born February 10, 1889, in Killarney, Manitoba, the fourth ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Sarcee Camp 1916, Calgary, Alberta
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  • Our Mess Room at Fleurbaix
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  • Joe Marcell, 1917
        Joe was a stretcher bearer from Dec 1914 to 1918 & thro all that carnage at Ypres and Somme came through it without a wound
      Joe was a stretcher bearer from Dec 1914 to 1918 & thro ...
    The Ontario Genealogical Society
  • Billet at Fleurbaix (undated)
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OGS WW1 Memorial Wall


Do you have family members who served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force during WWI? As we mark the 100th Anniversary of the Great War, the Ontario Genealogical Society invites you to share their stories and photos on our WW1 Memorial Wall.