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  • Honour Roll, All Saints Church, Milton Heights
        Honour Roll for the Anglican Church at Milton Heights, Milton, Ontario. The church had to be demolished after it was condemned in the 1950s.
      Honour Roll for the Anglican Church at Milton Heights, Milton, Ontario. The ...
  • Alice Christina Tickner and Sam (?)
        Alice Tickner and Sam(?) seated on the captured WWI German gun in Victoria Park, Milton
      Alice Tickner and Sam(?) seated on the captured WWI German gun in ...
  • Soldiers in WWI
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  • Colonel William H. Ptolemy
        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.
      Colonel William H. Ptolemy was born in 1866. He married Mary Christine ...
  • Plane crash
        A 1917 plane landed in a field on the A. S. Willmott farm and struck a rough spot. The propeller was smashed but rhe pilot escaped unhurt. It was a weekend attraction for residents who got a close up look. This picture and description were used in "Milton Remembers WWI" ...
      A 1917 plane landed in a field on the A. S. Willmott ...
  • Hugh 'Jack' Armour
        Hugh Armour was born in England in 1895.
      Hugh Armour was born in England in 1895.
  • Margaret South, Bertha Morley and friends
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  • Group of WWI soldiers outside the Armoury building in Milton.
        The Armoury Building is on Martin Street. After its use as the Armoury Building it was used as a Union Meeting Hall and has now been converted into a Church.
      The Armoury Building is on Martin Street. After its use as the ...
  • World War I Veteran's watch
        The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton Town Council to commemorate his service in WWI.
      The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton ...
  • World War I Veteran's watch
        The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton Town Council to commemorate his service in WWI.
      The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton ...
  • World War I Veteran's watch
        The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton Town Council to commemorate his service in WWI. The inscription reads "To R. S. Regan From Town of Milton, Great War 1914-19." (Maple Leaf Image) Sovereign gold Filled 224987.
      The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton ...
  • World War I Veterann's watch
        The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton Town Council to commemorate his service in WWI.
      The watch was presented to Private Richard S. Regan by the Milton ...
  • WWI soldier
        Sergeant in World War I
      Sergeant in World War I
  • Milton soldiers leaving Milton for England
        In 1914 the first contingent of Milton soldiers left the C.N.R. station on Bronte Street. For further information see "Memories of Milton" by Mel Robinson and "Milton Remembers World War I and the Men andWomen we never knew" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills.
      In 1914 the first contingent of Milton soldiers left the C.N.R. station ...
  • CWGC marker for the grave of Albert Arthur Tuxworth, 1892-1918
        For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also the book "Milton Remembers WWI" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills. SCAN ONLY...
      For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also ...
  • CWGC marker for the grave of Alexander Meacham Denyes, 1899-1918
        For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also the book "Milton remembers WWI" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills. SCAN ONLY...
      For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also ...
  • CWGC marker at the grave of Alfred James Evans, 1895-1925
        Private Evans was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Milton.
      Private Evans was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Milton.
  • CWGC marker for the grave of Arthur Hadley, 1893-1915
        For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also the book "Milton remembers WWI" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills. SCAN ONLY...
      For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also ...
  • CWGC marker for the grave of Bertie Cecil Mander, 1889-1917.
        For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also the book "Milton remembers WWI" by John Challinor II and Jim Dills. SCAN ONLY...
      For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also ...
  • CWGC marker for the grace of Cedric Harrop, 1898-1917
        For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also the book "Milton remembers WWI" by John Callinor II and Jim Dills. SCAN ONLY...
      For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page and also ...
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