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  • The Lorne Scots Freedom of the Town Ceremony
    Image       Lt. Col. Timothy Orange (left) and Colonel Julian Chapman (right), review cadets.
    Image     Lt. Col. Timothy Orange (left) and Colonel Julian Chapman (right), review cadets.
    Milton Historical Society
  • The Lorne Scots Freedom of the Town Ceremony
    Image       The Lorne Scots preparing for inspection in Victoria Park
    Image     The Lorne Scots preparing for inspection in Victoria Park
    Milton Historical Society
  • The Lorne Scots Freedom of the Town Ceremony
    Image       The Lorne Scots Pipes & Drums lead the parade along Brown Street from Victoria Park to Main Street.
    Image     The Lorne Scots Pipes & Drums lead the parade along Brown Street from Victoria Park to Main Street.
    Milton Historical Society
  • CWGC marker for the grave of Private Lachlan James Kingsbury
    Image       The Canadian War Graves Commission marker for the grave of Lachlan James Kingsbury who was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. He is buried at Ebenezer United Church in Nassagaweya. For further information see The Milton Historical Society web page and "Milton Remembers World War I" by ...
    Image     The Canadian War Graves Commission marker for the grave of Lachlan James Kingsbury who was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. He is buried at Ebenezer United ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Grave of Lachlan James Kingsbury at Ebenezer Church, Nassagaweya
    Image       Private Kingsbury was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. Grave and CWGC marker front left of picture. For further information see The Milton Historical Society web page
    Image     Private Kingsbury was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. Grave and CWGC marker front left of picture. For further information see The Milton Historical Society web page
    Milton Historical Society
  • Grave of John Hastings Blair
    Image       John Hastings Blair was injured in early 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recover but he died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Guelph. For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page.
    Image     John Hastings Blair was injured in early 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recover but he died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Guelph. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • The grave of John Hastings Blair.
    Image       John Hastings Blair was injured early in 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recuperate but died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Guelph.
    Image     John Hastings Blair was injured early in 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recuperate but died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Guelph.
    Milton Historical Society
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Milton - Military


Collection includes anything connected with the military, i.e. parades, equipment, uniforms, veterans, maps, diaries, etc.