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  • Private Frederick Stringer, RCAMC
    Image       Private Frederick Stringer, RCAMC, standing on the west side of the house on Woodward Avenue (now 351)
    Image     Private Frederick Stringer, RCAMC, standing on the west side of the house on Woodward Avenue (now 351)
  • Robert James Brush
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  • Pilot Officer John Russell Clements
    Image       Pilot officer John Clements was killed on active service in England on September 15, 1941. He is buried in St. Michael's Parish Church Cemetery, Waddington, Lincolnshire, England. On the back of the photograph is written 'Per Ardua Ad Astra', the motto of the Royal Air Force and other Commonwealth Air ...
    Image     Pilot officer John Clements was killed on active service in England on September 15, 1941. He is buried in St. Michael's Parish Church Cemetery, Waddington, Lincolnshire, England. On the back ...
  • Edith  R. Dick, 1906-1978
    Image       Edith R. Dick was born in Milton in 1906, the daughter of William I.Dick and Margaret Young. She was educated in Milton and spent two years at the University of London. She left to enroll in the John Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing in Baltimore, Maryland, where she received nurse's ...
    Image     Edith R. Dick was born in Milton in 1906, the daughter of William I.Dick and Margaret Young. She was educated in Milton and spent two years at the University of ...
  • Lyle Dales
    Image       Lyle Dales was born in Milton in 1918. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1942 and served in Great Britain and the Far East He returned to Canada in 1945. In 1946 he married Dorris Harrison. For further information see "The Compass" January 2002 and the files ...
    Image     Lyle Dales was born in Milton in 1918. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1942 and served in Great Britain and the Far East He returned to ...
  • Lyle Dales
    Image       Lyle Dales in the Legion uniform at home in Milton. Lyle Dales was born in Milton in 1918. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1942 and served in Great Britain and the Far East He returned to Canada in 1945. In 1946 he married Dorris Harrison. For ...
    Image     Lyle Dales in the Legion uniform at home in Milton. Lyle Dales was born in Milton in 1918. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1942 and served ...
  • Lyle Dales
    Image       Lyle Dales at the Milton branch of the Royal Canadian Legion
    Image     Lyle Dales at the Milton branch of the Royal Canadian Legion
  • Raymond Whaley
    Image       Raymond Whaley enlisted in the Canadian Army in 1942. After training in Canada he sailed for England. On June 10, 1944 he landed at Juno Beach in France. He was in Oldenburg, Germany when the war ended in 1945. He returned to Canada in 1946. For further information, see the ...
    Image     Raymond Whaley enlisted in the Canadian Army in 1942. After training in Canada he sailed for England. On June 10, 1944 he landed at Juno Beach in France. He was ...
  • Eight cadet officers
    Image       This photograph was used in "Collection of Favourite Recipes" published for The Milton Historical Society's 35th Anniversary....
    Image     This photograph was used in "Collection of Favourite Recipes" published for The Milton Historical Society's 35th Anniversary....
  • The Stringer family
    Image       Frederick, Esther (Williams), Donald and Marguerite in front of their home at 351 Woodward Avenue, Milton, Ontario. In the background is the Davidson's home, to the east.
    Image     Frederick, Esther (Williams), Donald and Marguerite in front of their home at 351 Woodward Avenue, Milton, Ontario. In the background is the Davidson's home, to the east.
  • Legion Past Presidents
    Image       Legion past presidents were honoured at Branch 136's 50th anniversary celebration. Seated in front from left are Sally Straw, John Roscoe, Betty Irving, guest of honour Joe Waters, Lorraine Schultz, Bill Ferguson and Bob Tonelli. Second row, Edith Duncan, Jean Hasselfeldt, Millie Thomas, Lorne Evans, Jack Patterson, Stan wilson. Standing, ...
    Image     Legion past presidents were honoured at Branch 136's 50th anniversary celebration. Seated in front from left are Sally Straw, John Roscoe, Betty Irving, guest of honour Joe Waters, Lorraine Schultz, ...
  • Fredrick William Bruce Fitzgerald, 1894-1961
    Image       Bruce Fitzgerald was born in 1894 in Colborne, Ontario the son of John Robert Fitzgerald and Annie Sloane. He served in both World War I and World War II. He worked for the Bank of Toronto at various locations before coming to Milton in 1934 where he founded the F. ...
    Image     Bruce Fitzgerald was born in 1894 in Colborne, Ontario the son of John Robert Fitzgerald and Annie Sloane. He served in both World War I and World War II. He ...
  • Robert Fraser McCuaig, 1921-1975
    Image       Robert McCuaig was born in Toronto. He came to Milton in 1957 and purchased the Ramshaw Insurance Agency. He married June Ratcliffe; they had two children, a son and a daughter. He was a member of grace Anglican Church and was involved in many Milton organizations. He was buried in ...
    Image     Robert McCuaig was born in Toronto. He came to Milton in 1957 and purchased the Ramshaw Insurance Agency. He married June Ratcliffe; they had two children, a son and a ...
  • Pte. Gordon French with his daughter Barbara
    Image       Pte. Gordon Vincent French was killed in action on April 22, 1945. For further information, see "Milton Remembers .... World War II" by Ken Lamb. SCAN ONLY...
    Image     Pte. Gordon Vincent French was killed in action on April 22, 1945. For further information, see "Milton Remembers .... World War II" by Ken Lamb. SCAN ONLY...
  • Pte. Gordon Vincent French with his daughter Barbara
    Image       Pte. Gordon Vincent French was killed in action on April 22, 1945. For further information see "Milton Remembers .... World War II" by Ken Lamb...
    Image     Pte. Gordon Vincent French was killed in action on April 22, 1945. For further information see "Milton Remembers .... World War II" by Ken Lamb...
  • Wedding reception of Gordon French and Ruth Batty
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  • Two cadets and four teenagers
    Image       Two cadets and four teenage girls outside Knight's Menswear Store on Main Street
    Image     Two cadets and four teenage girls outside Knight's Menswear Store on Main Street
  • Millie Thomas
    Image       Millie Thomas carrying the flag in the Remembrance Day Parade for the Royal Canadian Legion in Milton
    Image     Millie Thomas carrying the flag in the Remembrance Day Parade for the Royal Canadian Legion in Milton
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