112 Tag Results for killed

James Laidlaw

James Laidlaw enlisted on May 11, 1916 from London, Ontario and served as a sergeant with the Canadian Army Medical Corps.

Brothers Angus, Oswin, and John MacDonald

Before he went overseas, John MacDonald went to the top of a hill and glanced down. His mother thought, “His final look at his hometown.” And it was.

Alexander Murray

She was left for three years to lament over the minutes leading up to the deaths of her sons.

Archibald John Harrison

“If anyone had an excuse to remain at home he had.”

Peachland Canoe Team 1910

The Great War was soon to decimate the team, and many of them never returned.

Frank, Fred, and Albert Deacon

Of the six brothers, three joined the war effort while the other three William, Thomas and George stayed home and looked after the family farms.

Ernest Ellis Stoddard

Ernest had been hit by a shell in the head and neck and then buried under falling mud and debris.

Elias Howard Cross

Elias’s Howard Cross’s parents were especially distraught at his death, for they had earlier lost their eldest son, Thomas, a year earlier.

Ernest Henry Aldwinckle

“About four years [after my father died], I was still known as a war orphan.”

Ernest Smith

He visited his parents in Port Hood to bring them news and consolation regarding his two brothers who had been killed three days apart in France.

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