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John Phillips was born in Vernon, British Columbia in October, 1894, and later moved to Lasqueti Island, British Columbia.  Phillips was recruited in November, 1917, undertook his medical examination in Nanaimo, British Columbia in March, 1918, and arrived in England in May, 1918.  He joined the 7th Battalion in France on October 2, 1918 and was killed 10 days later on October 12, 1918.  The collection currrently consists of two photographs.

Thomas Arthur Searight was born in Norwood, Ontario in February, 1894.  Searight was a student at the time of his enlistment in January, 1916 in Peterborough, Ontario with the 57th Battalion.  He served overseas with the 21st Battalion until his death on August 15, 1917.  The collection currently consists of six letters, a clipping, and a field service card.

Edgar Cecil Warren was born in Liverpool, England in January, 1888,  Prior to the war he emigrated to Canada and enlisted in September, 1914, part of the First Contingent that sailed in October, 1914.  Warren served with the 1st Divisional Supply Column until January, 1917 when was discharged to take a commission with 1st Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers).  Edgar Warren was killed May 3, 1917.  The collection currently consists of twelve letters and two photographs.

Harry Rodrick Low was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in April, 1891.  Low enlisted in Winnipeg in January, 1916 and served overseas with the 9th Canadian Field Ambulance, Canadian Army Medical Corps.  The collection currently consists of one letter by Low published in The Winnipeg Free Press on January 4, 1918 describing Passchendaele.

Louis Norris was born in Russia in March, 1895 and emigrated to Canada prior to the war.  Norris enlisted in Ottawa, Ontario in November, 1915 with the 77th Battalion.  He served overseas with the 47th Battalion, was awarded the Military Medal in 1917, and returned to Canada at the end of the war.  The collection currently consists of twenty letters and two clippings.

John Alfonso Fahey was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in December, 1896.  Prior to enlisting he served with the 100th Winnipeg Grenadiers and the 54th Fort Garry Horse.  Fahey enlisted in Winnipeg in July, 1915.  He served overseas with the 78th Battalion until his death at Passchendaele on November 6, 1917.  He is remembered on the Menin Gate.  The collection currently consists of one clipping regarding his death.

William McMaster was born in Hastings, Ontario in July, 1886.  He enlisted in Trenton, Ontario in February, 1917 with the 257th Battalion.  McMaster served overseas with the battalion until he was wounded and subsequently discharged as medically unfit in late 1918.  He is the brother of Howard McMaster.  The collection currently consists of two letters.

Frank Honeywell Magee was born in Lowell, Massachusetts in June, 1894.  He enlisted in Vancouver, British Columbia in March, 1915 with the 11th Canadian Mounted Rifles.  Magee served overseas with the 7th Battalion until he was killed January 24, 1917.  The collection currently consists of three letters and one photograph.

Harry Vincent Fuller was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in January, 1894.  His family later moved to Calgary where he enlisted in May, 1916 with the 137th Battalion.  Fulller served overseas in France until his return at the end of the war in 1919.  The collection currently consists of several photographs and a portion of a notebook he kept in 1917.

James Scott Pattullo was born in Forfarshire, Scotland in August, 1890.  Prior to the war he emmigrated to Canada and enlisted with the 72nd Battalion in Vancouver in September, 1915.  Pattullo served overseas with the 72nd Battalion until his death on Mach 1, 1917.  He is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial.  The collection currently consists of one letter and one photograph.

Major Hudgins was born in Aylesford, Nova Scotia in September, 1891.  Hudgins enlisted in Halifax, Nova Scotia in November, 1915 and served overseas with the 85th Battalion (Nova Scotia Highlanders) until his death on June 27, 1917.  He was the brother of John Hudgins.  The collection currently consists of more than twenty letters.

Wesley Johnson was born in Papineauville, Quebec September, 1893 and enlisted in April, 1915 in Port Arthur, Ontario.  Johnson served overseas with the 52nd Battalion until his death on September 7, 1917, age 23.  Please note that at times his name is also spelled Johnston, both in letters and in his service file.

James Alfred Livingston was born in Norwood, Ontario in September, 1894 and enlisted in Norwood, Ontario in December, 1915.  Livingston was overseas with the 93rd Battalion but was invalided back the war as medically unfit.  The collection currently consists of five letters and several clippings.

Roy Killingbeck was born in Hastings, Ontario in October, 1897 and enlisted in Peterborough, Ontario in December, 1915.  He served overseas with the 52nd Battalion, was severely wounded, and medically discharged back to Canada.  The collection currently consists of two letters and several clippings.

Percy Killingbeck was born in Norwood, Ontario in January, 1895 and enlisted in Peterborough, Ontario in November, 1915.  Killingbeck served overseas with the 52nd and 93rd Battalions until his return to Canada at the end of the war.  The collection currently consists of one letter and one newspaper clipping.

Frederik Batts Garlick was born in Oxford, England in July, 1883.  Prior to the war he emigrated to Canada and enlisted in June, 1916 in Peterborough, Ontario.  He went overseas and was with the 93rd Battalion until he was injured during training and sent back to Canada in 1917.  The collection currently consists of three letters and three clippings.

John Hudgins was born in Aylesford, Nova Scotia in November, 1889 and enlisted in Halifax, Nova Scotia in November, 1915.  Hudgins served overseas with the 85th Battalion until he was demobilized and returned to Canada in 1919. He was the brother of Major Hudgins.   The collection currently consists of more than sixty letters from his time in the service.

John Balfour Gray was born in Trail, British Columbia in January, 1921 and enlisted with the RCAF in Vancouver, British Columbia in June, 1940.  Gray was killed on February 27, 1942 when his aircraft crashed while returning from a mission.  He was 21 years of age.  The collection currently consists of thirty letters from his time in the service.

William James Stares was born in London, England in November, 1884.  Prior to the war he emigrated to Norwood, Ontario and enlisted in Kingston, Ontario in November, 1914.  Stares served overseas with the 21st Battalion until his return to Canada following a medical discharge in June, 1917.  The collection currently consists of more than forty letters.

Howard John McMaster was born in Norwood, Ontario in February, 1891.  McMaster enlisted in Peterborough, Ontario in December, 1915 and served overseas with the 52nd Battalion until his return to Canada at the end of the war.  He is the brother of William McMaster.  The collection currently consists of twelve letters and several postcards.

William Daniel Boon was born in 1921 in Edmonton, Alberta.  Boon enlisted with the RCAF and was flying with the 150 (RAF) Squadron when he was killed February 26, 1943.  He is buried in Algeria.  The collection currently consists of twenty eight letters and several miscellaneous items relating to his service.

Wilfred Lasca Buck was born in Norwood, Ontario in August, 1897 and enlisted in Cobourg, Ontario in August, 1915.  Buck served with the 38th Battalion and the 171st Battalion.  The collection currently consists of one letter and two postcards.

Lloyd Quintus Duffield was born in Norwood, Ontario in April, 1897 and enlisted in Peterborough, Ontario in February, 1916.  Duffield was overseas with the 93rd Battalion but was discharged in June, 1917 on medical grounds and returned to Canada.  The collection currently consists of eight letters and one Christmas card.

Arthur Kettridge was born in Essex, England in November, 1896.  Prior to the war he moved to Norwood, Ontario and enlisted in Kingston, Ontario in November, 1914.  Kettridge served overseas with the 21st Battalion CEF until his return at the end of the war.   The collection currently consists of three letters and one clipping.