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WORLD WAR I - ABOUT OUR VETERANS

VETERANS KILLED IN ACTION

 

Frank Bertrand

October 21, 1915

Archie G. Bowen

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Laurence Bowen

James Caldwell

Floyd B. Loveless

ROBERT NICKLE  

  • JAMES ARCHIBELL
  • FRANK BERTRAND
  • ARCHIE G. BOWEN
  • LAURENCE BOWEN
  • JONNIE BURNS
  • JAMES CALDWELL
  • CHARLES CLAIRMONT   
  • WILBERT CRONKRIGHT     
  • DAVIDEMMOREY              
  • JOHN FRY                            
  • FRED FRY                               
  • JOHN LEONARD                
  • CECIL FEENEY  
  • FLOYD B. LOVELESS
  • ALEXANDER McFARLANE
  • HAROLD McWILLIAMS
  • NORMAN MUMBY
  • JOSEPH MURPHY 
  • ROBERT NICKLE         
  • WILLIAM PHILLIPS          
  • JOSEPH REYNOLDS              
  • GEORGE SELLYEH              
  • FRED SIMMONS  
  • H. SISSON              
  • THOMAS SMITH    
  • SAMUEL SMITH            
  • GEORGE WEBB 
  • GEORGE WRIGHT

Oct. 12, 1916

HOUSE OF CHARLES CLAIRMONT

Alexander McFarlane

    Jonnie Burns

       VETERANS RETURNED HOME

 

ARNOLD,  Israel

ARCHER, Fred

ARCHER, Arthur J.

BARTLETT,  Albert

BEDORE, Francis Edward

BEDORE, Hartford

BEDORE, Wilbert

BELL, James

BERTRAND , L.M.

BLEECKER,  C.A.

BLEECKER,  Gilbert Roy

BOWEN, Archibald

BOWS, James

BURNS, George

BURNS, Jonas W.

BRADY, Isaac

BAILEY, Edward

BOYD,  Hugh J

COATES, James

COTTRELL,  W.J.

CRONKRITE, Ross

DAVIDSON, Bert

DAVIS, Owen J.

DELINE, Frank

DOUPE George H.

DURRANT, W.R.

EASTWOOD, Lena Vic

FEENEY, Fred

FEENEY, Michael

FROATS, John

Born Feb 19, 1892 in Blairton to Charles Froats

GIFFORD, H.E.

GIFFORD, Charles

GLADNEY, E.M.

Edward Mark Gladney

GRAY,   Lorne

GRAY,   Percy Sr.

GRAY, Percy, Jr.

GRANT, Frank

HARTLEY, George

HICKEY,      J. Warren

Marmora Herald Aug. 15, 1918"Sincerely regret to inform you - Jams Warren Hickey, Maclane Gun Corps, officially reported admitted Third Stationary Hospital, Rouen, Aug. 17.  Gunshot wound arm, chest, leg amputated thigh.'

HOLT, Eric

HUTCHINSON, John

JOHNS,  George

JOHNSON, John

JOHNSON,  H.N.

JOHNSTON, Bruce

 JONES,  Clifford

JONES, Stewart,

Crowe Lake - Florence, Bob,  Jones Girls,  Harold Parker,  Stewart & Hubert Jones

JONES, Hubert

KERR, George

LAIRD, John J.

LAURY,  E.W.

LAYCEE, Frank

LAYCOCK, Samuel (click here)

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LLOYD, Benjamin

LONG, Harold C.

LOUGH, Stewart

McCALLUM,  Donald

McCANN,  David

McCANN, John

McELBINEY, William

McFARLANE James -click for more info

McQUIGGE, Thomas

McINROY, George

McTAGGART, S.T.

McWILLIAMS, Henry

MITCHELL, Norman

MURPHY, William

MURPHY, Everard

MURPHY, Charles

NAYLER, Norman

NAYLER, Harold

Harold Nayler & Jerry Smith

NAYLER, Robert

NEILL, Joseph

NOBES, James

NOBES, Charles

O'CONNOR, Earl

O'NEILL, Joseph

OLIVER, Thomas

OSBOURNE, Harold

PEARCE, Henry Reginald

PETERSON, A.

REGAN, William

RUPERT,  Irvin T.

RUPERT, Clayton

REYNOLDS,  Fred

ROSE, Clinton

SISSON, Harvey

SISSON, Howard

SIMMONS, Floyd

SNELL, Roy       May 3, 1915 Private R. Snell, (SON OF?) former editor and proprietor of the Marmora Herald newspaper is now training with the 3rd Canadian Army Contingent in Belleville. He expects to sail from Halifax with other soldiers who are being sent to fill the gaps in the ranks of the 1st Contingent made at the battles of Ypres. (Marmora Herald)

SCHOFIELD E.

SHARPE, Harold

SHARPE,  George M.

SOUTHWORTH, Robert

TAYLOR, Wilfred

TAYLOR , Leslie

TERRION, Vincent

TOMS, G.C.

TUCKER, James

VILNEFF, Leonard

WHEELER, Phillip

 born June 1896 - in Elzivir Twp. joined WWI and fought at Vimy Ridge. retired to Marmora in the early 60s and passed away in 1970.

WOODCOCK, Phillip Sr.

WOODCOCK, Phillip Jr.

WOODCOCK,  James

WRIGHT, John

WRIGHT, Herbert

WRIGHT, Bruce

WRIGHT, Isaac

WELLMAN, George

WARREN,  Cecil E.

WILKES, Jacob

WELLS, Fred

WRIGHT, Isaac

YATTON, Herbet

YOUNG, George