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  • John W. Barnes
    Imagecomment       Served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
    Imagecomment     Served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
    Oakville Museum
  • Frank Herbert Chisholm, Sr.
    Imagecomment       Served during World War I.
    Imagecomment     Served during World War I.
    Oakville Museum
  • John Cramp
    Imagecomment       Enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry in Vancouver on August 1th, 1914, and went over with the first contingent. Cramp died of pneumonia at #14 General Hospital, England, on October 27, 1918. He had been engaged to marry Kate Leaver of Oakville.
    Imagecomment     Enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry in Vancouver on August 1th, 1914, and went over with the first contingent. Cramp died of pneumonia at #14 General Hospital, England, on ...
    Oakville Museum
  • Albert Dudley Hitchcox
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    Oakville Museum
  • St. Mary's Cemetery Monument for "PRIVATES W. RAYBOULD, R. BOOCOCK, W. CONDOR, J. H. DICK".
    Imagemysterycomment       DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE FOR FREEDOM AND HONOR 1914 - 1918 PRIVATES R. BOOCOCK W. CONDOR J. H. DICK ERECTED IN GRATEFUL MEMORY BY FELLOW WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS
    Imagemysterycomment     DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE FOR FREEDOM AND HONOR 1914 - 1918 PRIVATES R. BOOCOCK W. CONDOR J. H. DICK ERECTED IN GRATEFUL MEMORY BY FELLOW WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • William Grammell
    Imagecomment       Sergeant in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Served as a tailor a the #1 Equipment Deport in Toronto. During World War I, Grammell served as a Corporal in the 15th London Regiment (British Army) from 1914 to 1918, and was twice wounded.
    Imagecomment     Sergeant in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Served as a tailor a the #1 Equipment Deport in Toronto. During World War I, Grammell served as a Corporal in the 15th ...
    Oakville Museum
  • Grave of Captain William Sinclair Tuck
    Imagecomment       Captain William Sinclair Tuck of the 2nd Trench Mortar Battery was killed in action, October 30, 1916. Captain Tuck's body was interred at the military cemetery at Courcelles. He is mentioned in a despatch from General Sir Douglas Haig dated December 13, 1916, and published in the Second Supplement to ...
    Imagecomment     Captain William Sinclair Tuck of the 2nd Trench Mortar Battery was killed in action, October 30, 1916. Captain Tuck's body was interred at the military cemetery at Courcelles. He is ...
    Oakville Museum
  • Remembrance Day 2005, George's Square, Oakville
    Imagecomment       From right to left standing between Lorne Scots personnel are Major Rolf Guenther (Salvation Army); Douglas Bramer (Legion Padre); Bill Shields, saluting (Poppy Chairman, The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 114); Mark Andrews, saluting (President, The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 114); Shirley Stacey, saluting (Vice President, The Royal Canadian Legion Branch ...
    Imagecomment     From right to left standing between Lorne Scots personnel are Major Rolf Guenther (Salvation Army); Douglas Bramer (Legion Padre); Bill Shields, saluting (Poppy Chairman, The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 114); ...
    Oakville Museum
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