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  • Albert Charlton, 1877-1969
    Image       Albert Charlton was born in England. He served in the Boer War. He came to Canada in 1911 and served in WWI. He was a charter member of the Milton Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. He was employed by the Brandon Brick Co. He married Amelia Johnson and was ...
    Image     Albert Charlton was born in England. He served in the Boer War. He came to Canada in 1911 and served in WWI. He was a charter member of the Milton ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Uriah J. "Joe" Waters, 1896-1984
    Image       He served in WWI as a Bandsman and also as a sniper. He played the Last Post for Remembrance Day ceremonies in Milton and area and also for many veterans' funerals. The Milton Royal Canadian Legion is named in his honour. For further information, see "Milton Area Biographies"
    Image     He served in WWI as a Bandsman and also as a sniper. He played the Last Post for Remembrance Day ceremonies in Milton and area and also for many veterans' ...
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  • Man in uniform
    Image       Man in the uniform of a WWI soldier.
    Image     Man in the uniform of a WWI soldier.
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  • No. 14 Platoon 76th Battalion C.E.F. Niagara Camp
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  • Margaret South, Bertha Morley and friends
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  • Group of WWI soldiers outside the Armoury building in Milton.
    Image       The Armoury Building is on Martin Street. After its use as the Armoury Building it was used as a Union Meeting Hall and has now been converted into a Church.
    Image     The Armoury Building is on Martin Street. After its use as the Armoury Building it was used as a Union Meeting Hall and has now been converted into a Church.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Frederick Walsh, 1894-1916
    Image       Frederick Walsh, 1894-1916. Gunner Walsh was killed in action on October 27, 1916, during the Battle of the Somme. He was awarded the Military Medal. He was buried at Bapaume Post Military Cemetery in France. A stained glass window in St. Paul's United Church, Milton, honours his memory. For further ...
    Image     Frederick Walsh, 1894-1916. Gunner Walsh was killed in action on October 27, 1916, during the Battle of the Somme. He was awarded the Military Medal. He was buried at Bapaume ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Charles Henry Fay (1883-1918).
    Image       Charles Henry Fay (1883-1918), Company Quartermaster Sergeant, 11th Battalion, Canadian Engineers. He is buried at Aubigny Community Cemetery, Aubigny en Artois, France. He was killed on September 3, 1918 one day after his younger brother Richard.
    Image     Charles Henry Fay (1883-1918), Company Quartermaster Sergeant, 11th Battalion, Canadian Engineers. He is buried at Aubigny Community Cemetery, Aubigny en Artois, France. He was killed on September 3, 1918 one ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Charles Eric Robertson, 1889-1917
    Image       Charles Eric Robertson, 1889-1917, Captain, No. 11 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force. Killed in action July 12, 1917. He is buried at the Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery in Haucourt, France. For further information, see "Milton Remembers WWI" by John Challinor and Jim Dills
    Image     Charles Eric Robertson, 1889-1917, Captain, No. 11 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force. Killed in action July 12, 1917. He is buried at the Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery in ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Edward James Worrington Stevens (1887-1918)
    Image       E. J. W. Stevens, was born in England and the husband of Harriet Stevens of Milton. He was buried at Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery, Harcourt, France. For further information see "Milton Remembers WWI" by John Challinor and Jim Dills
    Image     E. J. W. Stevens, was born in England and the husband of Harriet Stevens of Milton. He was buried at Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery, Harcourt, France. For further information see "Milton ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • James Hamilton, 1889-1916
    Image       Private James Hamilton died of wounds on September 19, 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. He was buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery (Overseas Troops Section) in Boulogne, France
    Image     Private James Hamilton died of wounds on September 19, 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. He was buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery (Overseas Troops Section) in Boulogne, France
    Milton Historical Society
  • John William Crowe, 1891-1918
    Image       John Crowe was the son of Joseph and Mary Crowe of Milton and Port Credit. He was buried at Duisans British Cemetery in Etrun, France. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor and Jim Dills
    Image     John Crowe was the son of Joseph and Mary Crowe of Milton and Port Credit. He was buried at Duisans British Cemetery in Etrun, France. For further information see "Milton ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Archie Warren Beard, 1881-1916
    Image       Archie Beard was a Private in the 24th Battalion, of the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force. He was killed in action on October 1, 1916 at the First Battle of the Somme. For further information, see "Milton Remembers World Ward I" by John Challinor and Jim Dills.
    Image     Archie Beard was a Private in the 24th Battalion, of the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force. He was killed in action on October 1, 1916 at the First Battle of the ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • "Our Boys" leaving for the war
    Image       "Our Boys" leaving for the War. Milton, Aug. 17th 1914
    Image     "Our Boys" leaving for the War. Milton, Aug. 17th 1914
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  • Howard Challen Robinson, 1890-1918
    Image       Private Howard Robinson was killed in action in France on September 2, 1918. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills.
    Image     Private Howard Robinson was killed in action in France on September 2, 1918. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Hugh Cameron Sinclair, 1893-1916
    Image       Private Hugh Sinclair was killed in action in France on September 17, 1916. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills, and also the Milton Historical Society web page.
    Image     Private Hugh Sinclair was killed in action in France on September 17, 1916. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills, and ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Hugh Cameron Sinclair with a group of soldiers in France.
    Image       Hugh Sinclair was killed in action in France on September 17, 1916. For further information, see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills and also the Milton Historical Society web page.
    Image     Hugh Sinclair was killed in action in France on September 17, 1916. For further information, see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills and also ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Soldiers in WWI
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Milton - World War I


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