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  • George Leslie Havens Discharge Certificate, 1945
        This certificate was issued in 1945 to George Leslie Havens to confirm his discharge from the Canadian Army at the conclusion of World War II. He served in Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and the Central Mediterranean Area and was a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery. The included photograph ...
      This certificate was issued in 1945 to George Leslie Havens to confirm ...
  • John Ashworth Havens Discharge Certificate, 1919
        This certificate was issued in 1919 to John Ashworth Havens to confirm his discharge from the Canadian Army due to an injury sustained on June 4th, 1918 during World War I. He had enlisted on April 1, 1916 and was a member of the 98th Battalion. He served in England ...
      This certificate was issued in 1919 to John Ashworth Havens to confirm ...
  • Robert Bertram Havens Discharge Certificate, 1945
        This certificate was issued in 1945 to Robert Bertram Havens to confirm his discharge from the Canadian Army to return to civilian life following his demobilization at the conclusion of World War II. He had enlisted on September 18, 1939 and served in the United Kingdom, France, the Central Mediterranean ...
      This certificate was issued in 1945 to Robert Bertram Havens to confirm ...
  • Photographic Postcard from Harris Featherston
        This is a photographic postcard sent by Harris Featherston to his family in Onondaga during World War I. It is possible that the man on the left is Harris Featherston. The original document was provided by Barbara Plant during a Scan & Share Day event held at the Onondaga Hall ...
      This is a photographic postcard sent by Harris Featherston to his family ...
  • Photograph of Military Hospital Patients and Personnel
        This is a photographic postcard depicting military hospital patients and personnel. Its date is unknown. The original photograph was provided by Calvin Hager during a Scan & Share Day event held at the Onondaga Hall on January 14, 2012.
      This is a photographic postcard depicting military hospital patients and personnel. Its ...
  • Lieutenant William Winer “Willie” Cooke, c. 1874-76
        This photograph depicts Lieutenant William Winer “Willie” Cooke, a part of the Mount Pleasant Cooke family and a member of the United States Seventh Cavalry. He fought in the battle of Little Bighorn, where was killed. This image was digitized by the Denver Public Library and can also be accessed ...
      This photograph depicts Lieutenant William Winer “Willie” Cooke, a part of the ...
  • Captain James Ellis
        This undated photograph shows Captain James Ellis wearing a Civil War uniform in New Orleans. Like many young Canadians at that time, he enlisted in the American Civil War. Two of his brothers, Edward and Wallace, also enlisted - Edward died during the war. He was the son of Henry ...
      This undated photograph shows Captain James Ellis wearing a Civil War uniform ...
  • Harris Edward Featherston, 1918
        Photographic postcard depicting Harris Edward Featherston, taken on 18 April 1918. Featherston stands in a World War I uniform with arms crossed, beside a pedestal with his peak cap placed on top, in front of an architectural backdrop. A farmer from Cainsville, Ontario, Harris was conscripted at the age of ...
      Photographic postcard depicting Harris Edward Featherston, taken on 18 April 1918. Featherston ...
  • Photograph of Dave, Tom, and Will Kelly of Middleport
        This is a photograph of Dave, Tom, and Will Kelly of Middleport before they were deployed during World War I. All three brothers survived the Great War. The picture was taken in 1915. The original photo was provided by Calvin Hager during a Scan & Share Day event held at ...
      This is a photograph of Dave, Tom, and Will Kelly of Middleport ...
  • Paris's First Seven World War I Volunteers about to leave for Brantford, 1914
        Remember Paris Aug 1914 (On original matting) Some of the first Paris volunteers, First World War, Aguust, 1914. Copied and enlarged by Wm. Brown.
      Remember Paris Aug 1914 (On original matting) Some of the first Paris ...
  • Send-Off of World War I Volunteers at William & Willow, Paris, 1914
        (On original matting) Send-off at the corner of William and Willow Streets for seven First World War volunteers, August 23, 1914. The men were conveyed in Ford cars to Brantford. The railway tracks are those of the Grand Valley Railway.
      (On original matting) Send-off at the corner of William and Willow Streets ...
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