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Oakville at War
Who Served: First World War
John W. Barnes served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
John W. Barnes served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion). Details
Leonard Bradford (Lieutenant) served overseas during the First World War. He married Gertrude Winter in England in 1919, and returned with her to live in Oakville.
Leonard Bradford (Lieutenant) served overseas during the First World War. He married Gertrude Winter in England in 1919, and returned with her to live in Oakville. Details
O.L. Calverley of the 4th Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles at the CNE grounds in Toronto. The photo was taken before the unit was sent overseas with the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
O.L. Calverley of the 4th Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles at the CNE grounds in Toronto. The photo was taken before the unit was sent overseas with the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Details
Emelda Chisholm served with the American Red Cross in both World Wars, receiving a special citation from the United States government for her work in the First World War.
Emelda Chisholm served with the American Red Cross in both World Wars, receiving a special citation from the United States government for her work in the First World War. Details
Frank Herbert Chisholm, Sr. served during the First World War I.
Frank Herbert Chisholm, Sr. served during the First World War I. Details
George Brock Chisholm was a Lieutenant with the 15th Battalion, 1st Canadian Division. He served as machine gunner during the First World War and received the Military Cross and bar. He served again with the medical services in the Second World War.
George Brock Chisholm was a Lieutenant with the 15th Battalion, 1st Canadian Division. He served as machine gunner during the First World War and received the Military Cross and bar. He served again with the medical services in the Second World War. Details
James McCraney Chisholm, Sr. served during World War I.
James McCraney Chisholm, Sr. served during World War I. Details
John Cramp enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry on August 1, 1914, and went over with the first contingent. He died of pneumonia at #14 General Hospital, England, on October 27, 1918. He had been engaged to marry Kate Leaver of Oakville.
John Cramp enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry on August 1, 1914, and went over with the first contingent. He died of pneumonia at #14 General Hospital, England, on October 27, 1918. He had been engaged to marry Kate Leaver of Oakville. Details
Albert Dudley Hitchcox served during World War I.
Albert Dudley Hitchcox served during World War I. Details
James Byron Kelley was initially with the Royal Air Force. He later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of the First World War.
James Byron Kelley was initially with the Royal Air Force. He later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of the First World War. Details
Charles Kerr was a Lieutenant with the 18th Battalion "A" Company, CEF. He enlisted in August 1914. Following the war, he returned to Oakville to 'remarry' Grace Freestone whom he had secretly wed before going to war.
Charles Kerr was a Lieutenant with the 18th Battalion "A" Company, CEF. He enlisted in August 1914. Following the war, he returned to Oakville to 'remarry' Grace Freestone whom he had secretly wed before going to war. Details
Clare Laing was with the Royal Flying Corps (Leaside), 1917-1918.
Clare Laing was with the Royal Flying Corps (Leaside), 1917-1918. Details
Franklin Leaver served in the Canadian Infantry 1914-1918
Franklin Leaver served in the Canadian Infantry 1914-1918 Details
Robert Edwin Henry Leaver served with a Scottish Regiment, 1914-1918.
Robert Edwin Henry Leaver served with a Scottish Regiment, 1914-1918. Details
Wesley Walter Leaver served in the Canadian Infantry, 1914-1918.
Wesley Walter Leaver served in the Canadian Infantry, 1914-1918. Details
Bob Lyon (left) and Ed Leaver (right) served in the First World War.
Bob Lyon (left) and Ed Leaver (right) served in the First World War. Details
John Gordon Leonard was a private with Royal Regiment of Canada, Third Canadian Battalion, 1919 and a prisoner of war at Mecklenberg, Germany.
John Gordon Leonard was a private with Royal Regiment of Canada, Third Canadian Battalion, 1919 and a prisoner of war at Mecklenberg, Germany. Details
Kenneth Dean Marlatt joined the 9th Mississauga Horse during the First World War. He went overseas in France with the 4th Battalion Canadian Mounted Rifles and later served as a recruiting officer in the United States.
Kenneth Dean Marlatt joined the 9th Mississauga Horse during the First World War. He went overseas in France with the 4th Battalion Canadian Mounted Rifles and later served as a recruiting officer in the United States. Details
Frank and Thomas McCraney were privates with the First Canadian Light Infantry; John, Ross, and William McCraney were privates with the Canadian Infantry. (McCraney was misspelled as McCranney in the article)
Frank and Thomas McCraney were privates with the First Canadian Light Infantry; John, Ross, and William McCraney were privates with the Canadian Infantry. (McCraney was misspelled as McCranney in the article) Details
James Shields served with the Royal Air Force in France, c.1915-1918. He moved to Oakville in 1923.
James Shields served with the Royal Air Force in France, c.1915-1918. He moved to Oakville in 1923. Details
Captain William Sinclair Tuck was a Commissioned Lieutenant as of 1 Jan 1916. He served with the Canadian Field Artillery, 2nd Trench Mortar Battery, Canadian Divisional Ammunition Column. He was killed in action 30 Oct 1916, and buried in Courcelle.
Captain William Sinclair Tuck was a Commissioned Lieutenant as of 1 Jan 1916. He served with the Canadian Field Artillery, 2nd Trench Mortar Battery, Canadian Divisional Ammunition Column. He was killed in action 30 Oct 1916, and buried in Courcelle. Details
Frank Wilson served in the First World War. He lived from 1890 to 1995.
Frank Wilson served in the First World War. He lived from 1890 to 1995. Details
Richard Winter served in the Royal Engineers 1914-1918, and he took part in the battle of Vimy Ridge.
Richard Winter served in the Royal Engineers 1914-1918, and he took part in the battle of Vimy Ridge. Details
Gertrude Winter served in a military hospital in England 1914-1918. She married Lieutenant Leonard Bradford in England, 1919, and returned with him to Oakville.
Gertrude Winter served in a military hospital in England 1914-1918. She married Lieutenant Leonard Bradford in England, 1919, and returned with him to Oakville. Details
Carl Wyndham served in the Royal Air Force.
Carl Wyndham served in the Royal Air Force. Details
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