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  • Charles Herson
        Lieutenant, killed in World War II. Charles is commemorated on the Oakville Trafalgar High School 1939-1945 Honour Roll.
      Lieutenant, killed in World War II. Charles is commemorated on the Oakville ...
  • John Oliver Hart in uniform
        John Oliver Hart in uniform (Navy)
      John Oliver Hart in uniform (Navy)
  • Emelda Chisholm
        Emelda in nursing uniform; she served as a military nurse during both world wars for the United States
      Emelda in nursing uniform; she served as a military nurse during both ...
  • Nancy Hart in W.R.C.N.S
        Nancy Hart in military uniform of the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service
      Nancy Hart in military uniform of the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service
  • Two Canadians board U-Boat, capture crew at gunpoint
        Toronto Evening Telegram (November 10, 1942) describing August 1942 boarding and capture of German U-49
      Toronto Evening Telegram (November 10, 1942) describing August 1942 boarding and capture ...
  • Christening Party departing HMCS Oakville
        November 5, 1941
      November 5, 1941
  • John W. Barnes
        Served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
      Served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
  • Leonard Bradford
        Lieutenant. Served overseas during World War I. Married Gertrude Winter in England in 1919, and returned with her to live in Oakville.
      Lieutenant. Served overseas during World War I. Married Gertrude Winter in England ...
  • O.L. Calverley
        Lieutenant with the Royal Air Force. Killed in World War I.
      Lieutenant with the Royal Air Force. Killed in World War I.
  • George Brock Chisholm
        Lieutenant with the 15th Battalion, 1st Canadian Division. Served as machine gunner during World War I.
      Lieutenant with the 15th Battalion, 1st Canadian Division. Served as machine gunner ...
  • Frank Herbert Chisholm, Sr.
        Served during World War I.
      Served during World War I.
  • James McCraney Chisholm, Sr.
        Served during World War I.
      Served during World War I.
  • John Cramp
        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.
      Enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry in Vancouver on August 1th, ...
  • Albert Dudley Hitchcox
        ...
      ...
  • James Byron Kelley
        Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of World War I. Notes accompanying photographs of James Byron Kelley contributed by his brother, Roy Kelley, are as follows: "James Byron Kelley joined the Royal ...
      Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical ...
  • Charles Kerr
        Lieutenant with the 18th Battalion "A" Company, C.E.F. Enlisted at Welland, Ontario, in August 1914. Following the war, returned to Oakville to 'remarry' Grace Freestone, with whom he had secretly wed before going to war.
      Lieutenant with the 18th Battalion "A" Company, C.E.F. Enlisted at Welland, Ontario, ...
  • Clare Laing
        With the Royal Flying Corps (Leaside), 1917-1918.
      With the Royal Flying Corps (Leaside), 1917-1918.
  • Bob Lyon (left) and Ed Leaver (right)
  • Wesley Walter Leaver
        Served in the Canadian Infantry, 1914-1918.
      Served in the Canadian Infantry, 1914-1918.
  • Franklin Leaver
        Served in the Canadian Infantry 1914-1918.
      Served in the Canadian Infantry 1914-1918.
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Oakville at War


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