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  • Bill Archibald, World War II
        This is believed to be Bill Archibald, who was killed in November 1941, flying a Hurricane in World War II. He was the son of the Oakville Trafalgar High School principal, R.H. Archibald.
      This is believed to be Bill Archibald, who was killed in November ...
  • Lieutenant Kenneth D. Marlatt
        Kenneth D. Marlatt, Lieutenant at this time of the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, 1915. This photograph was taken in Paris, France. He was quickly promoted to Captain and achieved the rank of Major. The 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles was a cavalry unit which participated in many of the most famous ...
      Kenneth D. Marlatt, Lieutenant at this time of the 4th Canadian Mounted ...
  • Kenneth D. Marlatt, 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, World War I
        The 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles was a cavalry unit which participated in many of the most famous battles of the First World War. A good history of the 4th CMR can be found at http://www.4cmr.com/ A link to this website is provided in this record, under the photograph.
      The 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles was a cavalry unit which participated in ...
  • Loyal Orange Lodge Hornby No. 165
War Memorial List 1914-1918, 1949
        We'll Never Let the Old Flag Fall. United Empire. God Save the King. In God We Trust. Roll of Honour. Members of LOL No. 165
      We'll Never Let the Old Flag Fall. United Empire. God Save the ...
  • Robert Taylor Kay's War Medals
        Medals awarded to Robert Taylor Kay. 722022 Gunner Operator. The 1939-45 Star - Awarded for (minimum) 6 months of service in operational command between Sept 3rd 1939 and Sept 2nd 1945. It was immediately awarded if the individual received a gallantry medal or a “Mention in Despatches”, as well as ...
      Medals awarded to Robert Taylor Kay. 722022 Gunner Operator. The 1939-45 Star ...
  • S.S. #7 Honor Roll For Aiding War Victim's Fund
        This article appeared in the Oakville Record on Friday, March 20th, 1942. “These Children Helped Britain, With Contributions to the Evening Telegram’s War Victim’s Fund” Caption reads: “Conducting a draw under the direction of their teacher, Miss Gladys McCleary, these children of S.S. No. 7, Trafalgar, raised $35 for the ...
      This article appeared in the Oakville Record on Friday, March 20th, 1942. ...
  • Kenneth Marlatt & Private Moulding, 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, World War I.
        This picture postcard shows, on the left, Kenneth Marlatt of Oakville. Kenneth was a Captain in the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, a cavalry unit which participated in many of the most famous battles of the First World War. A good history of the 4th CMR can be found at http://www.4cmr.com/regt.htm ...
      This picture postcard shows, on the left, Kenneth Marlatt of Oakville. Kenneth ...
  • 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, 1915
        Possibly taken in the winter of 1915 when they were training at Exhibition Place in Toronto. We know that Private J.T. (Jack) Moulding and Lt. Kenneth D. Marlatt, both from Trafalgar Township/Oakville, and connected previously with the 9th Mississauga Horse were in the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles. This photograph is ...
      Possibly taken in the winter of 1915 when they were training at ...
  • Mossie World War II Aircraft
        Possibly Jim "Sam" Hughes of the RCAF with his Mossie, as this fighter aircraft was commonly called. Flight Lieutenant "Sam" Hughes flew a de Haviland Mosquito bomber in the Second World War. He is pointing out gun damage to the tail and the fuselage.
      Possibly Jim "Sam" Hughes of the RCAF with his Mossie, as this ...
  • Allied Forces Recruiting Campaign
        After his term of active service in France, Captain Kenneth Marlatt of the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles was sent to attract recruits in the United States. This is a photograph of the recruiters in Boston, MA. Kenneth D. Marlatt is second from the left.
      After his term of active service in France, Captain Kenneth Marlatt of ...
  • Halton Lorne Rifles, ca1881
        On the photograph of the battalian: An arrow in ink points to Capt. J.E. Cullingworth and his name and rank are printed in ink on the grass below his feet. On the medal: around the edge is engraved, Pte. J. E. Cullingworth, 20th Bn. On the bar of the medal: ...
      On the photograph of the battalian: An arrow in ink points to ...
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