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  • St. Mary's Cemetery Monument for "PRIVATES W. RAYBOULD, R. BOOCOCK, W. CONDOR, J. H. DICK".
        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
      DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE FOR FREEDOM AND HONOR 1914 - 1918 PRIVATES ...
  • Cyril "Ernest" Hopper, 1916
        Cyril "Ernest" Hopper, was born September 26, 1893 in Flesherton, Ontario, d. October 28, 1977, buried in Knox Church Sixteen, Oakville. His parents were William Cottell Hopper and Ellen (Shute) Hopper. Ernie was a carpenter by trade. During World War I, he served in the 147th Grey Owen Sound Battalion, ...
      Cyril "Ernest" Hopper, was born September 26, 1893 in Flesherton, Ontario, d. ...
  • WWI Postcard of St. Jude's Anglican Church, Oakville
        Reverse Side Reads: Home and Love and Peace, And a knowledge of duty done- These are for you, my hero true, When victory is won. To: A Brave Soldier From: St.Jude's Woman's Guild. Mrs. J.B.L. Grout, Secretary.
      Reverse Side Reads: Home and Love and Peace, And a knowledge of ...
  • 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 ...
  • 2nd Battalion World War 1
        Shop sign: Whitaker & Sons, (Carri)age & Wagon Builders. The others are undecipherable.
      Shop sign: Whitaker & Sons, (Carri)age & Wagon Builders. The others are ...
  • Bronte Train Station Camp, World War I
        Verso, handwritten: Bronte - 1914-1918 war, Train Station Camp
      Verso, handwritten: Bronte - 1914-1918 war, Train Station Camp
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