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Edward O'Neil Johnson-Draft-Rama
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Francis Henry Clarke-Draft-Rama
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John Russell McKinnon-Draft-Rama
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Michael James Cosgrove-Draft-Rama
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Robert Finley Dunlop-Draft-Rama
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Thomas Carrick-Draft-Rama
William Henry O'Connor-Draft-Rama
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Edward John Heslin-Draft-Rama
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Arthur Bartholomew Healy-Draft-Rama
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Donald Edward MacDonald-Draft-Rama
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Alex Allen McDonald-Draft-Rama
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Alex Joseph Douglas-Draft-Rama
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Alfred Stinson-Draft-Rama
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Albert Robert Shilling-Draft-Rama
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Donald Alex Bethune-Draft-Rama
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Charles Lawrence Whitney-Draft-Atherley
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Cornelius Vincent O'Connell-Draft-Atherley
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David Glasgow McQueen-Draft-Atherley
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Edgar Harold Whitney-Draft-Atherley
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Frederick James Gray-Draft-Atherley
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George Leslie Byers-Draft-Atherley
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George Louis Doherty-Draft-Atherley
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Herbert Milton Hopkins-Draft-Atherley
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Herbert Parliament-draft-Atherley
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Howard Edmund Silas Prophet-Draft-Atherley
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Irwine Stanley Duffett-Draft-Atherley
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John Branch-Draft-Atherley
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John Edward Wright-Draft- Atherley
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John James Collins-Draft-Atherley
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Joseph Henry Lane-Draft-Atherley
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Leo Michael O'Donnell-draft-Atherley
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Martin Gallivan-draft-Atherley
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Neil MacDonald-Draft-Atherley
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Orloff Nicholls Whitney-Draft-Atherley
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Peter Francis Thornton-Draft-Atherley
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Ralph Leeming Whitney-Draft-Atherley
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Richard Godfrey Black-Draft-Atherley
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Robert Edmund Doolittle-Draft-Atherley
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Roger Edward Steele-Draft-Atherley
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Thomas Andrew Hannan-Draft-Atherley
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Walter Alfred French-Draft-Atherley
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William Herbert Harris-Draft-Atherley
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William Robert Ferguson-Draft-Atherley
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Alexander Joseph Donnelly-Draft-Brechin
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Ambrose Koster-draft-Brechin
Charles Henry Rummerfield-draft-Brechin
Clarence Rahmer-Draft-Brechin
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Donald Cameron Warren-Draft-Brechin
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Donald McLean Cowie-Draft-Brechin
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Francis Strachan-Draft-Brechin
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John James Gillespie-Draft-Brechin
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John McCuaig-Draft-Brechin
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John Patrick Boyle-Draft-Brechin
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Kenneth Thomas Egan-Draft-Brechin
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John Joseph Smith-Draft-Brechin
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William Joseph O'Donnell-Draft-Brechin
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Peter J. Kelly-Draft-Brechin
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William Robert Kelly-Draft-Brechin
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James Andrew Page-Draft-Udney
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Jerry Clarke-Draft-Udney
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John Alvin Kenny-Draft-Udney
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John Flannery-Draft-Udney
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John Joseph Gaughan-Draft-Udney
Joseph Edward Heitzner-Draft-Udney
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Philip Henry Givens-Draft-Udney
William John Wright-Draft-Udney
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Gordon Willliam Elder-Draft-Rathburn
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James Leo Mahoney-Draft-Rathburn
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Edward Smith-Draft-Rathburn
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Norman McDonald-Draft-O'Connell
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Alexander MacDonald-Draft-Seabright
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Charles E. J. Allewell-Draft-Uptergrove
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Charles Grant MacNeil-Draft-Uptergrove
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Chas. Duncan MacKenzie-Draft-Uptergrove
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David MacKenzie-Draft-Uptergrove
Donald McIsaac-Draft-Uptergrove
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Donald Philbert Gillespie-Draft-Uptergrove
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Frank Joseph O'Leary-Uptergrove--M.M.
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Frank Parr-Draft-Uptergrove
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John McKenzie-Draft-Uptergrove
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John Strath-Draft-Uptergrove
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John William McDonald-Draft-Uptergrove
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Stephen Corcoran-Draft-Uptergrove
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Thomas Bernard McConnell-Draft-Uptergrove
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Wilfrid Joseph Gillespie-Draft-Uptergrove
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Patrick Charles Healy-Draft-Mara
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Andrew Santimo-Draft-Mara
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Archibald Laughlin MacDonald-M.M.
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Charles Edward Duffy-Draft-Mara
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Peter Donnelly-Draft-Mara
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Wilfred Edward James Desmond-Draft-Mara
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Charlie Body-Draft-Mara
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Martin Hugh Roach-Draft-Brechin
Michael Gabriel Crosby--Brechin
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Sidney Harold Fox-Draft-Brechin
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Thomas Tyrell-Draft-Brechin
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William Howard Cooke-Draft-Brechin
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Willliam Chester Barnes-Draft-Seabright
Hugh MacDonald
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Allen Joseph Reid-Draft-Longford
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Earl Goring-Draft-Longford
Earl Lefebvre-Draft-Longford
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Stephen Gye Vyse
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Letter home to Henry Fountain's mother-Oct. 8, 1918
Casualty Form for Henry Fountain WW1
Alphonse Kelly Memorial page
Part of the Kelly/O'Donnell File
Mary Livonia ADAMS-- NURSING SISTER
She went by the name Livonia, a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John ADAMS, of Longford Mills. Mary Livonia, a nurse, enlisted April 7, 1915. She served in the Military Hospital in Basingstoke, England.
Pte. Matvei (Mike) Betsko
Was killed in action, Nov. 6, 1917. born in Russia, he was living in Rama, Longford Mills as a labourer, when he enlisted in the 116th, April 11, 1916. His next of kin remained in Russia. His name appears on the Menin Gate (Ypres) Memorial, in Belgium
Pte. Thomas Howard BLACK
was born in England, his family came to Canada & settled in Mara, in the Atherly area. He was the son of Thomas Brett Black & Mary Anne Marshall. He was killed in the Battle of Hill 70, August 19, 1917. His name appears on the rampart of the Vimy Memorial, in France. The family grave marker in Atherly Union Cemetery, also honours his sacrifice for our country. See “THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE” in the Veterans section, under Active Topics—available on the Homepage
Martin Cranley
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John Rutter
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John Wade Moore Draft Paper
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James Rahmer
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Lorenz Reid Draft Paper
Albert Leroy Shilling
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George Thomas Vyse -Mara
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Barney St. Germain
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Daniel Fawn
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David McIntaggart
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George Daniel Snache -Rama
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Ernest Nelson Carrick
Ernest Nelson Carrick
Was born in Rama, in 1897, a son of John Carrick & Mary Ida McDaniels. He enlisted in the 182nd Bn, April 4, 1916, latter he was tranferred to the 116th Bn. He died from wounds incurred in Somme, France, Sept. 8, 1916, and is buried in the Kensal Green (All Souls) Cemetery, London, England.
Frank York
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George A. Hopkins
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Herbert Charles -Rama
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Herbert Shilling -Rama
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Herbert Wellington Williams -Rama
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Hiram Anderson -Rama
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John Patrick Ryan
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Isaac Almer Yorke -Rama
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Joseph Leslie Taylor Draft Document
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Joseph Stinson
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Levi Williams
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James Edward St. Germain -Rama
James Shilling -Rama
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James St. Germain-Rama
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John Alexander Cowie
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John Jacobs
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John Jeffrey Carrick
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John Joseph McDonald
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John Patrick Freeland
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Thomas Carrick
Norman Snache
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Percy Fawn
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Peter Tremble
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Robert Stinson
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Russell Hopkins
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Thomas Yorke
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Walter Lawrence Morgan
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Wellington Simcoe
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Wilfred Clarence Benson
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William Henry Hopkins
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William Henry Mortson
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William Hill
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William Martel
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William Preece M.M.
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Daniel Holmes Boddy
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David Maconachie Smith
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Donald Filbert Ferguson Draft Paper
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Duncan George McRae Draft Paper
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Earl Hugh Walker
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Edmund Stanley McGowan Draft Paper
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Edward Jordan
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Frank Donnelly Draft Paper
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Gordon Gilbirds
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Howard Wallace Warren Draft Paper
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Hugh Charles McLaughlin Draft Paper
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James Andrew Holmes
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James Joseph McIsaac Draft Paper
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John Joe McCardell
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John Joseph Flynn
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John Percival Cole
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Martin Donald MacDonald
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Peter Joseph Mitchell Draft Paper
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Martin Thomas Walker
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Michael Joseph O'Connor Draft Paper
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Patrick Francis Clarke Draft Paper
Patrick Holmes
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Philip Scott
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Philip William McRae Draft Paper
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Phillip John Walker
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Prospar Dique M.M.
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RIchard Francis Vyse Draft Paper
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Robert Malcolm MacDonald
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Roy Walker Kelly Draft Paper
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Russell McCuaig
Russell Stewart MacDonald
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Sidney Sweet
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Thomas Clarence O'Donnell
Thomas Wesley Hicks Whetter
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Tobias Kelly
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William Burson McCuaig
From Sergt. Wm. B. McCuaig. January 4, 1917 Sergeant Wm. B. McCuaig, of the 35th Battalion, West Sandling, Shorncliffe, sends the PACKET the following description of a trip he took to Scotland with a party of officers and non-commissioned officers in charge of 156 Canadian Indians. The party left their camp on December 6th and were away till the 11th. They were most hospitably entertained by the people wherever they went. Sergeant McCuaig says:--- The party consisted of two officers, Mr. Stacey and Mr. Moses, Regimental Sergeant-Major Neill and six 35th non-commissioned officers as follows: Quarter-master-Sergeant K. Kemp, Sergeants E. Burstow, W. Clow, J. D. Dance, W. B. McCuaig, and W. Laurie, and the 156 Indians, four of whom were dressed in their native costume. On Wednesday, December 6th, we left West Sandling Camp about 9 o’clock, and proceeded to London, arriving at Waterloo station about 11 o’clock. Form there we went to the Union Jack Club and had our dinner. Afterwards the party fell in and marched to Charing Cross station by way of Waterloo Road and the Strand and had a special car in the tube to Euston station. At two o’clock we took the train for Glasgow arriving there at 11:15 p.m. On our way up we were met at the station of Preston by the ladies and served with hot coffee, sandwiches and cake which I can assure you were very much appreciated. On our arrival at Glasgow we were met by the corporation officials, and very heartily welcomed. Afterwards we marched to the Trades Hall on Glassford street and sat down to a very fine dinner. We then met the Lord Provost and were introduces to several of the leading men of the corporation. Immediately after dinner the men were marched to one of the corporation halls on North Frederick street, where they slept for four nights, there being fairly good accommodation for sleeping and lots of hot and cold water. Our second day commenced by rising at seven o’clock and proceeding to the Trades Hall at 9 o’clock for breakfast. After breakfast the party fell in and were marched to see Glasgow Cathedral, a very ancient place over 700 years old. Several of us had the pleasure of signing the register at the door of the Cathedral. After leaving here we proceeded to the Town Head Baths, where many of the boys had a hot shower and a plunge in the tank, and each morning afterwards the men were allowed to go to the baths before breakfast and have a shower and a swim. On leaving the baths, the party were taken by the Sergeant-Major and marched to the Municipal Building, where they were inspected by the Lord Provost, Sir Thomas Dunlop, and addressed by him for a few moments. While this was going on the picture man was busy with his camera. Before leaving the municipal buildings we were taken all through the main parts, and viewed for the first time the great marble staircase of Glasgow. We then returned to the Trades Hall and had our dinner. After dinnerware were met by five street cars and the corporation pipe band and taken for a car ride round the city, which lasted all afternoon, returning at 5 o’clock to the hall for tea. In the evening we visited the Active Service Exhibition, where we saw Warneford’s Aeroplane that he won his V.C. with, the old observation basket that was that was dropped from a Zeppelin in England, and many other relics of the war. There was also a fine exhibition of the Red Cross work. On leaving here fifty of our party went to Hengel’s Circus and the remainder to the Pavalion theatre and after the show all returned to the hall on Grederick street for the night. On our third day we started off with a shower and a plunge in the town head baths, afterwards having breakfast at the hall again. At 10 o’clock the party fell in and were taken to two different parties by the street cars to different munitions factories, where we spent a good two hours watching the manufacture of shells and aeroplanes. The sights there were very interesting and the number of girls employed in the different departments was enormous. On returning to the hall we had dinner and were lined up at 2 o’clock again ready to start off. Before dinner the Sergeant-Major picked out 25 men from the party and paid a visit that afternoon to Port Glasgow and Grenock. Of this trip I cannot say much for I was not with the party, but I can say that they had a great reception and a good time while they were there. The remainder of the party went to the main fire station and were shown all through it and had the pleasure of witnessing a trial turn out which only took ten seconds. Other points of interest were the large machine shop for repairing their own engines, the cobbler’s shop where all the firemen’s boots are made and repaired, and a department where they manufactured all their own fire-hose. After leaving we were taken to the city hall and entertained to a fine concert, with Scotch songs and dances and an old Scotch comedian, W. F. France, kept the boys laughing for a long time. In the evening, after tea was over, the boys were sent out in parties of ten under one of their own non-commissioned officers to have a look round the city. I spent the evening myself round the hall and had a very nice time being entertained by the ladies, or you might say the wee lassies. I didn’t get to bed till two o’clock the next morning, as we had to scout about and chase the Indians to their hall. I stopped one night in the hall myself, but slept in the Queen street station hotel afterwards, as the beds in the hall didn’t agree with me at all. On Saturday morning we had breakfast at the Trades Hall and left about 11 o’clock for Edinburgh. On arrival in Edinburgh we were met by a very large crowd at the station, who cheered us as we marched along the street. We marched straight to Edinburgh Castle and on our way up the hill to the castle the big gun which is fired every day at one o’clock, was fired. When we reached the castle we were dismissed, and permitted to roam through the old castle, and take in the sights. After leaving the castle we marched to Farley’s restaurant on Leith street and had our dinner. Owing to the rain which fell most of the time we were in Edinburgh, we remained in the hall all afternoon and were visited by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh and members of the Council, the Lord Provost giving us a very fine address. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in sing-song. In the evening we were entertained by the city to a very good show in King’s Theatre. Afterwards we marched to the station and took a special train for Glasgow again. I might say here that during our stay in Edinburgh we had a very fine time under the prevailing conditions had not arrangements been misunderstood we should have had a much better time. When we arrived back in Glasgow we were met by one of the guides and taken to the old hall again where we were treated to hot coffee, rolls and pie before going to bed. The people of Glasgow were certainly kind to our boys and we shall never forget dear old Glasgow and its people. On Sunday morning everyone was up bright and early ready to start for our trip back to London. After having our breakfast we formed up and marched to Central station, where we took our train at 9:55 for London. All along the route of march we were heartily cheered by the people and they wished us the best of luck when up the line. At the station the Lord Provost and Officials of Glasgow were present to bid us good-bye and before leaving every man was presented with about 25 cigarettes, the Sergeant-Major receiving a nice book on the history of Glasgow. On our way from Glasgow to London we passed through some very fine country and some very large hills. At Preston station the ladies met our train again and served the boys out with hot tea and buns. Our train journey this day lasted till 8:30 p.m. On arrival at Euston station we travelled by way of tube to the Union jack Club and had dinner. That night we slept in the Morley College. On Monday morning everyone was up and ready to make the last stride in our six day outing. We had breakfast at the Club and afterwards the party was broken up into small groups and sent off to see various parts of the city, being instructed to assemble again at the Club at 12:30 p,m. After dinner our boys were entertained at the show at the Hippodrome, called “Flying Colours.” When the show was over we returned to the Club for tea, remaining there until it was time to take our train to camp, which left Charing Cross station at 8:15 p.m. arriving in camp about 10:30 p.m. This ended an ideal trip to Scotland and everyone seemed to be of the same opinion and that was that they had had a splendid trip and they all said they would never forget the treatment they received in Scotland. In a letter to his mother, Sergeant McCuaig says: Russell and I are in good health at present with the exception of a bad cold apiece. The weather of late has been very wet and cold, and it makes it hard to keep clear of a cold. Russell is still in England and is not to go to France till next year, if he goes at all. I am still at the Brigade school and it looks as if I will remain there for the duration of the war. The school was just re-organized the other day and some instructors returned to their Battalions, but I was retained. We have it quite a bit easier down there than they do in the Battalion, so its not so bad. Before I went to Scotland I was anxious to get away from it, but since coming back I have changed my mind and will carry on at the school. I did have a good trip to Scotland and I shall never forget how the people of Glasgow treated us. Why they really worshipped us, and treated us as if we were princes. I made a great many friends while in Glasgow and Edinburgh, and all want me to go back and see them by myself sometime. They say the Scotch are stingy but that is not so over here for we never wanted for anything on our trip. Well you no doubt have read about the big British cabinet crisis. Well it is all over now, and it was a fine change for things were getting in an awful state, but I think they have the right man when they have Lloyd George. Another funny thing was Germany asking for peace just as our new Government was formed. But the peace she offered would be the defeating of the British if we accepted it. If only our people can hold on for another year. Germany will be willing to quit on any peace terms. Just wait till spring and you will hear of some of the biggest battles of the war. The Somme battles will all be in the dark. But we must have lots of courage and strength and be prepared to make practically any sacrifice to further our good cause. I noticed in the paper the other day that six boys of our old company were awarded the Military medal for bravery. They are all fine fellows too. I have received one Christmas parcel so far, from St. John’s Bible class in Broadview Ave., Toronto, and several cards from different Canadian friends. It is fine to hear from them, but it makes one lonely when I think how far away I am. The Glasgow Daily Record of December 9th, gave a picture of four of the party who visited Glasgow who are full blooded Indians, another of the two officers in charge, and a third of the non-commissioned officers , amongst whom was Sergeant W. B. McCuaig. The Record devotes considerable space to the visit and apparently these red sons of the Empire were given a royal reception.
William Carmichael Draft Paper
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William Charles Pilcher Draft Paper
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William Christopher Stanley Brown Draft Paper
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William Erwin Smith
William Harold Smith Draft Paper
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William Moore
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Lawrence Hugh BETHUNE
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John Neil BLACK
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Albert Cleaveley
Bruce Bell
Carl William Filkin
Charles Alexander Gray
Charles William Branch
Emmett Frederick Kelly
Finlay John McRae
George Allen Mundie
George Cartwright
George Clarke
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John Mulhern
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William Simcoe
Sgt. Alexander Wilson LEITH, D.C.M.
He was awarded a Distinguished Conduct Medal, for gallantry in the Field. (this is the 2nd highest award for gallantry, after the Victoria Cross for all army ranks below commissioned officiers.) For more details on this Soldier read, “THOSE WHO SERVED FOR KING & COUNTY” in the VETERANS section, available on the home page
Alexander Smith Morton
Angus Joseph BETHUNE
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Arthur Smith BRUNDIGE
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Ben Sawyer
Charles Roy MacKenzie
Cpl. Alexander Levy GORDON
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David GUTHRIE
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Donald 'DAN' McLean, M.M.
He was awared the Military Medal, for bravery in the field. See “THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE” in the Veterans section, under Active Topics—available on the Homepage
Douglas Lorne WEESE
DVR. Pascoe Joseph OLIVER
Arnold CURRAN
Fred STILLMAN
Frederick BENSON
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Frederick Ewart JUFFS
George Alexander McLean
George Henry Smith
George MILLER
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George Reginald SMITH
George Richard PARKIN
George ROGERS
Hardy Alfred SMITH
Henry CADE
Henry FOUNTAIN
Henry Gurney STRANGER
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Henry Roy FLEMING
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Herbert HICKSON
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Herbert McAuley
James Alexander CADE
James Harold HUDSON
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Lieut. James Jay DOLAN
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James Laidlaw GOWANLOCK
James Roscoe WOODWARD
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James William TENNISON
John CADE
John Edward Murrin
John Herbert SHEFFIELD
John Howard WILLIAMS
John Lord DUXBURY
John Louis McGrath
John McQueen BRUNDGIE
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John SELL
John Thomson
LCP. Stuart John(Jack) JUFFS
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Lee MERKLEY
John Osman Simonds
Lionel CARTWRIGHT
Matvei (Mike) BETSKO
Milner CADE
Milton CLARKE
Nathanial CARRICK
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Nelson VYSE
Norman GLOVER
Oliver Horace COOPER
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Oliver MOSS
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Orren John CONGDON
Patrick Adam LAWRENCE
Percy EDWARDS
Percy Godfrey GOLDSMITH
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Peter SHEA
QMS. Albert Alexander GLOVER
Robert Alexander CAMPBELL
Robert Charles Rennie
Robert Ernest JUFFS
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Robert George GOWANLOCK
Roy EDWARDS
Roy Elwood NICHOLSON
Samuel GINSBERG
Spr. Michael John LANE
Spr. Russell Thomas MORGAN
Stephen Frank GORING
Thomas Dempster FARNELL
Thomas Flynn
Thomas Howard BLACK
Thomas McNabb
Vernon Lealy CLARKE
Walter KING
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Wilfred John CARSON
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William Alexander WALLACE
William Bracken WILKINSON
George Dawson BURGESS
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William Garnet JOSLIN
William John MORRISON
William Joseph DOLAN
William Joseph GETHONS
William Lorne HELMKAY
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George Harold ALLEWELL
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James Burgess
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Norman CARTWRIGHT
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Joseph Ephraim CLEAVELEY
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George Allen COLE
Gordon COOPER
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Thomas Joseph Donnelly
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Joseph Oscar ELLIS
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Norman Earnest GALLAGHER
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William Henry GEAR
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William James HEALEY
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Ernest Stanley JOE
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Howard Peter JOE
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Percival JUSTIN
William Stuart KERR
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Moses ANDERSON
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Ernest Harold EDWARDS
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Alexander Ronald MacDonald
Norman Gilbert McArthur
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Harold McLeod
Hector John McKenzie
Philip Ambrose McRAE
Victor Frank POTTER
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Owen Oscar St. Germaine
John Walter SASH
William John WISEMAN
Jeffery Carrick Trenouth
Roy Stanislous WALKER
Walter Augustus WARREN
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Robert Marr WEATHERSTON
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Frederick William Miller
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Garfield Edwin Wilkinson
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D'Arcy Reginald Warrren
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Randolph Watt
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Ben GINSBERG
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Arthur John HERRING
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Ben Simcoe, M.M.
AWARDED THE MILITARY MEDAL (M.M.) FOR BRAVERY IN THE FIELD. For more details on this Soldier read, “THOSE WHO SERVED FOR KING & COUNTY” in the VETERANS section, available on the home page
David Leslie PALMER
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William James McDonald- Sebright
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Andrew CARRICK
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Arthur GROVES- Longford Mills
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Douglas McPHERSON-- Longford
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Edward McAULEY- Longford Mills
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Raymond Benjamin Van Norman- Longford Mills
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William Robert Dack- Brechin
Robert George DACK- Brechin
Lorne Elwood ADAMS- Sebright
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Francis William McDonnell- O'Connell
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Reginald Arthur Hopkins- Longford Mills
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Sylvester Joseph McDonnell- O'Connell
Enlisted in the US ARMY. For more details on this Soldier read, “THOSE WHO SERVED FOR KING & COUNTY” in the VETERANS section, available on the home page
Michael J FERGUSON, USA
Enlisted in the USA ARMY-June 5th, 1917. Born in Mara (UPTERGROVE) Dec. 5, 1891, a son of Margaret Jane Crosby and William Joseph Ferguson. His family relocated to the Bay City, Michigan area, shortly after his birth. For more details on this Soldier read, “THOSE WHO SERVED FOR KING & COUNTY” in the VETERANS section, under Active Topics, available on the home page.
Jack Vincent WALDRON- Fawn- Rama
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William COLBURN- Cooper's Falls
William John Williams
a son of Joseph Williams & Ruth Ann Doherty, he was killed in action August 8, 1918, in the attack on Hamon Wood. See 'those who made the supreme sacrifice' in the Veterans section, under Active Topics on the Home page.
Thomas FERGUSON- USA
born in Mara, in 1881, a son of Margaret Jane Crosby & William Joseph Ferguson. The family relocated to Michigan in the early 1890's.
William John FERGUSON-USA
born in Mara, in 1883, a son of Margaret Jane Crosby & William Joseph Ferguson. The family relocated to Michigan in the early 1890's.
michael g. clarke
Phil McGovern
born and raised in Mara Twp., a son of Peter McGovern and Rose Coorigan, Phil went West about 1910, he enlisted in the Army, in Edomonton, Alberta For more details on this Soldier read, “THOSE WHO SERVED FOR KING & COUNTY” in the VETERANS section, available on the home page
James (Hugh) McGovern
Hugh James McGovern, born in Mara in 1879, a son of Peter McGovern and Rose Corrigan. For more details on this Soldier read, “THOSE WHO SERVED FOR KING & COUNTY” in the VETERANS section, available on the home page
Moses Stanley McDONNELL
Moses Stanley, who went by Mosie: was drafted in the 1st Depot Battalion, Saskatchewan, 2 April 1918. He was a farm labourer, living in DeLisle, Saskatchewan. Born in Rama, 28 December, 1896, a son of Moses McDonnell & Ann Ellen Duffy. He was discharged 9 December, 1918.
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