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Friday, August 19, 2022
 

 

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Jimmy Campbell


 
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Pte. Roy E. Campbell

Pte. Roy Campbell served in the Canadian Army overseas including Italy.


 
Pte. F. A. Caston – Wounded
Pte. F. A. Caston – Wounded

Private F. A. Caston was wounded in action in WWII.
 
Pte. Dennis, Cdn. Infantry  Missing

Pte. Dennis, Cdn. Infantry Missing

Pte. William Dennis Private Dennis, a former student of Mercer Street School and employee of Ford Motor Co., was reported missing in action on the Western Front. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission lists a Pte. William Iria Dennis as a member of the Essex Scottish Regiment, R.C.I.C. who was killed on the 19th of February, 1945. To view the certificate please click here:

http://www.cwgc.org/search/certificate.aspx?casualty=2663098

In Memory of
Private WILLIAM IRIA DENNIS

A/107416, Essex Scottish Regiment, R.C.I.C.

Remembered with honour
GROESBEEK CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY


 
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Roy DeShields


 
Winston DeShields

Winston DeShields


 
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T.Pr. K.E. Dungey, 11 C.T.R. CSQN


 
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Brian Foster


 
Tarrance Freeman

Tarrance Freeman

Tarrance Freeman, the son of William Freeman of Windsor, attended Patterson Collegiate and the Windsor Vocational School. He left his position at the post office to join the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) He attended flight training in London, Ontario. Pilot Officer Tarrance Freeman was the first African Canadian navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force. He was also believed to be the first African Canadian to become a Commissioned Officer.

 
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Pte. J.W. Grosse

Pte. J. W. Grosse was a member of the Essex Scottish Regiment of the Canadian Army. He served overseas in WWI.


 
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