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  • 164th Battalion.  Baggage wagons on Main Street
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  • 164th Battalion Band back from duty overseas
    Imagecomment       Photograph taken outside the old Town Hall on Main Street.
    Imagecomment     Photograph taken outside the old Town Hall on Main Street.
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  • 164th Battalion lined up in Victoria Park
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  • 164th Battalion lined up in Victoria Park
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  • 164th Battalion lines up on Main Street
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  • 164th Battalion lining up on Main Street
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  • 164th Battalion. Milton
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  • 164th Battalion on Parade on Main Street
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  • 164th Battalion parading down Main Street, Milton
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  • 164th Battalion supply wagon
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  • 164th Battalion with mascot
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  • 164th Battalion with supplies
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  • Adam E. Armstrong, soldier, office clerk, municipal politician, 1895-1957
    Image       Adam E. Armstrong, soldier, office clerk, municipal politician. Adam Armstrong was born in 1895, the son of James Armstrong and Ann James Campbell. He married Norah Hannant in 1921. They had two sons. He was Town Auditor for 1932-1935, Town Councillor 1937-1939 and 1942-1943. He was Mayor in 1940-41. He ...
    Image     Adam E. Armstrong, soldier, office clerk, municipal politician. Adam Armstrong was born in 1895, the son of James Armstrong and Ann James Campbell. He married Norah Hannant in 1921. They ...
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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 ...
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  • Alice Christina Tickner and Sam (?)
    Image       Alice Tickner and Sam(?) seated on the captured WWI German gun in Victoria Park, Milton
    Image     Alice Tickner and Sam(?) seated on the captured WWI German gun in Victoria Park, Milton
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • Charles Lecocq, 1884-1964
    Image       Charles Lecocq came to Canada from the Channel Islands in 1911. When World War I broke out he left for France in 1916 and returned to Canada in 1919. He opened his harness making shop on Main Street in partnership with John Little. He was a member of the Milton ...
    Image     Charles Lecocq came to Canada from the Channel Islands in 1911. When World War I broke out he left for France in 1916 and returned to Canada in 1919. He ...
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  • Colonel William H. Ptolemy
    Image       Colonel William H. Ptolemy was born in 1866. He married Mary Christine MacMonies. He died in 1933. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor and Jim Dills.
    Image     Colonel William H. Ptolemy was born in 1866. He married Mary Christine MacMonies. He died in 1933. For further information see "Milton Remembers World War I" by John Challinor and ...
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Milton - World War I


Items connected with World War I, 1914-18