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  • Lt. Roy Kelley (far left), Royal Guard Commander for the Faisal brothers' visit to England from Saudi Arabia, 1943
        Sergeant Harry Heath of Oakville is on the far right...
      Sergeant Harry Heath of Oakville is on the far right...
    Oakville Museum
  • James Byron Kelley (standing)with his younger brother, Roy Kelley, and his mother, Mrs. Maggie Kelley
        Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of World War I. Notes accompanying photographs of James Byron Kelley contributed by his brother, Roy Kelley, are as follows: "James Byron Kelley joined the Royal ...
      Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical ...
    Oakville Museum
  • James Byron Kelley in Royal Flying Corps uniform with his younger brother Roy Kelley behind a tailor's shop north side, Lakeshore Road, Oakville.
        Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of World War I. Notes accompanying photographs of James Byron Kelley contributed by his brother, Roy Kelley, are as follows: "James Byron Kelley joined the Royal ...
      Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical ...
    Oakville Museum
  • James Byron Kelley at wheel of car on Colborne Street (now Lakeshore Road), Oakville
        Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of World War I. Notes accompanying photographs of James Byron Kelley contributed by his brother, Roy Kelley, are as follows: "James Byron Kelley joined the Royal ...
      Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical ...
    Oakville Museum
  • Roy Kelley
        Served with the Lorne Scots, obtaining rank of Sergeant in 1936. In 1940 received commission and was the platoon officer for Milton area. Went overseas in June 1941, served in England and on the Continent until the end of the war. Photo taken in England, 1943.
      Served with the Lorne Scots, obtaining rank of Sergeant in 1936. In ...
    Oakville Museum
  • James Byron Kelley
        Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical Corps and worked overseas as an x-ray equipment operator until the end of World War I. Notes accompanying photographs of James Byron Kelley contributed by his brother, Roy Kelley, are as follows: "James Byron Kelley joined the Royal ...
      Initially with the Royal Air Force, Kelley later transferred to the Medical ...
    Oakville Museum
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